As the ever changing Windows Phone world grows with the newest release of its operating system, the new Windows Phones are starting to make their way through the pipelines. The newest phone, the Lumia 630, has launched in Asia this week, and has a lot to offer for many.
The Lumia 620 is the first Windows Phone that has launched in the post Nokia acquisition world of Microsoft. While its being only launched initially in Asia, the phone is scheduled to launch on other partners around the world, and could become a best seller soon.
The Lumia 630 Details
The Lumia 630 is the first Windows Phone 8.1 handset, and comes in a dual-SIM version, which will allow travellers to operate this phone around the world. The low price on this phone is also a key point for many, and is the entry level phone in the Windows Phone 8.1 ecosystem.
The Lumia 639 has a ClearBlack 4.5-inch LCD screen, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, a quad-core Snapdragon processor, a low-power SensorCore feature to monitor movements in real-time, and the lineup of features that come with Windows 8.1. The large 1,830 mAh battery on board will also keep the phone going all day long.
Nokia Brillance With Microsoft Design
The Lumia 630 is a beautiful phone, and comes with all the Nokia insights that will keep it selling big throughout the world. From the Bing Health and Fitness app, free HERE maps, HERE Drive+, and other apps like Storyteller, it will be a popular phone for many, and a great entry level phone for Windows Phone users.
The Lumia 630 has the full Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Office, and OneDrive features of Microsoft, and will be a mobile operating phone of a dream for many. It will be available for $119 and $129 globally, and come in a variety of different colors and styles. It’s availability is initially set in Asia, and will work its way across Europe and finally the US as the months roll on.
The Lumia 620 is a beautiful Windows Phone. It’s set to replace the Lumia 520, and it cannot come soon enough.