Nokia Lumia 930 will cost $599, Lumia 630 and 635 both under $200
posted by Michael H. / Apr 02, 2014, 7:31 PM
Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 handsets look to be taking on the Moto G. The single-SIM model of the 3G Lumia 630 will cost just $159 on the full retail pricing; and, the LTE-enabled Lumia 635 will be priced at a very attractive $189. No word on launch regions, but it was confirmed that the 630 will be coming to Latin America.The Nokia Lumia 930 is a premium device and as such will carry a premium price tag. Stephen Elop took the stage for the #moreNokia event a few minutes ago, and he started out by saying that the 930 would be released in June in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, and would cost $599 off-contract. The
The price on the dual-SIM Lumia 630 also wasn't specifically set, but Nokia did confirm to us that it would be priced "under $200", which is extremely nice for a dual-SIM device. *Update* Nokia has finally given a proper price for the dual-SIM Lumia 630, it will cost $169, which is definitely a competitive price.
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I hope the 930 won't be an AT&T exclusive (again). This is one of the times that I think Apple got it right, one device on every carrier (I also think they got the massive LTE support one device right [All versions have at least 9 lte bands for cross carrier compatibility]. Other manufacturers really should do this, too).
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 7:59 PM 4
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Blackberry Z3 is still more attractive than 630/635. qHD > WVGA screen Dual core Krait > Quad core Cortex-A7 Support Android APK > No support Android APK 1.5gb Ram > 1gb RAM
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 8:00 PM 1
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Android apk support = lag
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 9:22 PM 3
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I have Z10 and most of the Android APK apps lag all the time. Viber, Line, Facebook Messenger, and Bank of America. Really really miserable. Even the apps from BB world that are not native apps like Tango or Skype are really useless. Facebook is worse than even the one on Symbian. Stop exaggerating
posted on Apr 03, 2014, 12:10 AM 1
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If you compare only the hardware for the price, moto g clearly is the winner. Talk about OS too.
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 9:35 PM 0
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Blackberry isn't Nokia, and right now, I trust Windows OS a bit more than Blackberry OS (as sad as that sounds). Who knows? A year from now, Lumias will no longer have the Nokia name on them and Blackberry may very well be out of the handset business.
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 10:00 PM 1
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Yawn. Like I said in my other post. I'll stick with my Moto G and maybey try the 925 since it's on such great specials and Tmobile said they will update it. (hopefully they don't break that promise. ) I wanted to try wp again though and unlock it. This 635 I would not call a successor to the 620. (if it's supposed to be) Nokia is all over the map with their models. The lacking of a camera flash is a big time fail! and no front cam either. What is Nokias logic.. The flash should be standard!
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 8:33 PM 0
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I want to see a screen comparison , between the 930 and 1020.. AMOLED vs OLED? what's the difference?
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 9:46 PM 0
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512 MB of RAM in Lumia 630 & 635 is a fail. Look at Lumia 525 which has 1 GB of RAM.
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 10:17 PM 0
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I think a fair price for the following Lumia devices should be Nokia Lumia 930 - $399 to $449 Why: its specs compared to other flagships, Nokia's commitment to affordability for its devices, innovation and availability. Nokia Lumia 630 & 635 - $150 Its quite close to specs to the old Nokia 520 which is only $60 USD, only LTE, Battery Upgrade, Gorilla Glass, More Colors, Slightly Larger Screen. Nothing phenomenal
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 10:21 PM 0
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Windows Phone fan very disappointed that the 930 isn't coming to AT&T.
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 10:27 PM 0
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Apparently it's not even coming to the U.S. at all :(. Hopefully we get something better and prettier Not a huge fan of the Icon and 930, as they're a bit too similar to the iphone and similar phones, whereas the 925, which I own and love, looks and feels nicer and slimmer and doesn't dig into one's hand as much with the curved edges.
posted on Apr 02, 2014, 11:58 PM 0
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