Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM
The weather has gradually changed. Nokia, which was an independent company, is now officially a subsidiary of the Microsoft Device Group. This group deals with the Xbox and Surface product lines. The Lumia 630 is the first product launched since the onboarding agreement was finalized. This has also been in the development stage for quite some time. We can say that this is the beginning of something new.
The dual SIM version of the Lumia 630 was launched in India. This is the first product to have the updated Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. This is a lower segment phone compared to the original Lumia 620 and it is cheaper than that. With the new hardware and software, this could have been a solid and attractive package for the end user.
The shape of the Lumia 630 is flatter and more blocky than usual. It is shaped like a rectangle and the sides taper back. This makes it easy to hold in the hands with a firm grip. The body is matt in texture and white in color. However, there are several colors available. The front face has a Nokia logo on the top. All navigation is done via on-screen function keys. The volume and power buttons are located on the right side. There is no physical key for the camera. There is nothing on the left side and it is very blank. There is a headphone jack on the top, while the Micro-USB port is on the bottom. The rear contains just a camera lens, a round speaker hole, and a faint Nokia logo in the middle.
This Lumia 630 contains a powerful 1.2 GHz quad-core processor. 512MB is definitely a step down from 1GB of RAM available in Lumia 525. The SensorCore app can act as a health app as well as a pedometer and help you perform multiple analyzes of your physical activities. The built-in storage space is 8GB, which is comparatively low, as Nokia claims that its phones support 128GB microSD cards. The screen is 4.5 inches in size but has a low resolution of 480X854 pixels only. This is the lowest pixel density we have noticed in this era of faster development. The display is not of a superior quality at all, with less impressive colors and poor viewing angles. The screen is comparatively taller than the Lumia 525 and the resolution is milder than 16: 9, which is nice to have. The phone contains a removable 1850 mAh battery.