Nokia Lumia 630 leaks out in full clarity

Nokia Lumia 630 leaks out in full clarity
Serial leakster @evleaks is on a roll today, as shortly after giving us an early glimpse at the rumored Lumia 930, we are now treated with an image of Nokia’s forthcoming mid-ranger, the Lumia 630. We have already seen the alleged Lumia 630 surface multiple times in China, but this looks like the official press render of the device, and given @evleaks good track record with such rumors, we’re inclined to think this is indeed the real deal.

This latest image of the Nokia Lumia 630 shows it coming in five different color versions: green, red, yellow, white and black, all with that new, slightly more edgy Nokia design.

So far, rumors agree that the Lumia 630 should come with a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. Under the hood, the handset features a quad-core Snapdragon 400 system chip with 1GB of RAM. On its back resides a 5-megapixel camera (with no flash), but what’s new is that this time around there is no dedicated physical camera key, a feature that was required in earlier versions of Windows Phone. Interestingly, the Lumia 630 is also expected to be the first Windows Phone 8.1 model that will come with support for dual SIM, dual standby.

The rumored price for the Lumia 630 is around $160 off-contract, and that’s where speculations end. Luckily, we’ll know all the official details about the handset in a matter of hours - stay tuned.

source: @evleaks

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3 Comments

1. aayupanday

Posts: 582; Member since: Jun 28, 2012

Desperately needs an LED Flash and a front camera

2. hafini_27

Posts: 949; Member since: Oct 31, 2013

Cool, i obviously love low-range wp devices from Nokia.

3. antonioli

Posts: 200; Member since: Sep 08, 2013

Look at these bezels.

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