The new Nokia Lumia 630 is coming

The new Nokia Lumia 630 is coming

The picture above is the first picture of Lumia 630, a new member of Nokia Lumia family, leaked on the Internet. So you must remember about the well-known gadget on @evleaks. Yes, exactly so. This guy is currently uploading this photo on his Twitter account. However, the disappointment for Lumia-lovers is that he only confirmed that the picture did not reveal details of Lumia 630.

Seeing the picture, it is understood that the next member of the Lumia family looks like a recently released Nokia's first Android phone, like 'Nokia X'.

@evleaks told nothing about the specification of the Lumia 630 but netizens are not sitting - there are various types of discontent. So let's get the ears of those ears. The Lumia 630 will probably have a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 400 series processor and 1GB RAM.

Windows 8.1 will be the operating system But the interesting information is that Lumia 630 is going to be the first 'Windows Phone with Dual Borders' A lot of Lumia-pharimi clap-hats will surely hear this information. Hmmm, just like clapping.

And it is known about the camera that Lumia 630 has a 5 megapixel camera. However, it could not be confirmed whether there would be a flash or front-facing camera. Now what is going to get worse? Be patient, there is nothing to worry about now. Because Lumia 630 will also have LTE connectivity, which is usually not available in cheap price handsets.

Lumia 630 is expected to be unveiled at Microsoft's build conference that will be held this month. There may also be another version of this set called 'Lumia 635'.

According to My Nokia Blog, it is very likely that Microsoft will be in discussions with the Lumia 630 at the build conference on the 19th of this month, and this event may announce the announcement of other devices based on Windows 8.1.

So wait for the wait. Although it is said that Lumia 630 is going to be a cost-effective handset, there is little doubt about how much the set will be 'cheap' compared to the ability of ordinary customers of Bangladesh.

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