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April 03, 2014

Nokia Lumia 630 (3G) and 635 (LTE) now official

Nokia has unveiled its new budget-friendly Lumia smartphones that pack a 4.5-inch display with Gorilla Glass 3, quad-core CPU, and Windows Phone 8.1 – the Lumia 630 (3G), Lumia 630 Dual-SIM, and the Lumia 635 (LTE).

lumia 630_lumia 635

The Lumia 630, Lumia 630 Dual-SIM, and Lumia 635 sport similar specs except for the latter that features LTE connectivity. Both feature 4.5-inch FWVGA ClearBlack LCD at 218ppi, Gorilla Glass 3, 5 megapixel rear camera, 8GB of internal storage, and microSD card support for up to 128GB.

Powering the devices are the 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, 512MB RAM, 1,830mAh battery, and Windows Phone 8.1 OS.

lumia 630_lumia 635_specs

The Nokia Lumia 630 is expected to rollout in May, beginning with Asia, Russia, China, India and Europe, from $159 for the single-sim variant, and $169 for the dual-sim variant. The Nokia Lumia 635 will be available starting in July from $189.

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15 Responses to “Nokia Lumia 630 (3G) and 635 (LTE) now official”

  1. Earl says:

    Price this at around 7k, and this would be a good steal. :)

  2. Hector says:

    I hope the dual sim messaging app is user friendly and the same with the Asha platform. A toss between Moto G and Lumia 630.

    • AA says:

      Based sa mga website, you’ll get 2 separate messaging apps for each sim. Pero you can merge it for a linked inbox much like the current email app ng WP.

  3. jokab says:

    finally, a dual sim windows phone 8.1.

  4. Bryann says:

    No flash for the camera? :(

  5. Yuj says:

    Interesting

  6. max says:

    gray areas:
    1. no led flash
    2. ram: 512MB only
    3. 1830 mah bat life
    if you want a quad smartphone…the ram must be at least 1gb…and the bat must be at least 2k mah…
    research and study before you buy folks

  7. max says:

    i was once a nokia client…and i pity the brand for lack of vision….they were the status symbol of cellphones before…now they were overtaken even by local brands and cheaper smartphones….there are a lot of cheap smartphones that has a quadcore chipset and a 1gb ram….i dont understand why nokia couldnt do the same….its really a pity

    • TotoyBrown says:

      Hoy Tilapia.. Android Fanboy kaba? Anong 512ram 512ram sinasabe mo diyan? Windows Platform to.. Ikaw ang magresearch.. Tanginang to. TATANGA TANGA. Wag kang feeling tikoy. Inang to. Ang oily oily ng muka mo gumaganyan ganyan kapang tikoy ka.

    • gmala says:

      isip isip ka nga din bro minsan. android lang naman ang kailangan ng at least 1gb ram para smooth ang performance. enough na ang 512mb sa WP kahit nga sa iOS enough na ang 512mb ram eh. kung sa android kahit 1gb na may lag pa rin yung ibang phones sa WP kahit 512mb lang smooth pa din. minsan kasi try mo muna yung OS bago ka magsalita. buong buhay mo ata android lang na try mo eh. -_-

  8. Hector says:

    Pardon my ignorance as I read all your comments. Any branded android phone you can recommend based on $169 price point? Comments seems idealogical but not realistic based on existing market values.

  9. xray says:

    hmmmm.. sir max with all due respect im currently a lumia 520 user running on 512Mb ram and 1G dual-core processor.. yes comparing it to android phones i can say that it is under speced.. but no problems with its speed though as of so far.. i think its mainly because of the windows OS was optimized for this hardware.. i have handled some phones of my friends before running on an android OS.. not sure about the hardware but pretty sure it cant be any less than what my phone is running on.. but i think in simple responsiveness and smoothness of the OS my phone have the upper hand.. then again im not a hardcore apps user so there is not much running on my phone and of course there is the factor of how a 512 ram can handle a quad core proc as you’ve mentioned.. but i think the windows OS can handle it.. its not as heavy on the hardware as android by experience..

    P.S: ive had S2 and xperia J before.. i dont have anything against android.. just kinda feels heavier..

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