Nokia Lumia 630 arrives in Norway on May 15, costs 156 EUR
Microsoft is preparing to launch its first smartphone running Windows Phone 8.1 in several countries starting from Europe in May. We’ve already told you that Nokia Ireland has listed the Lumia 630 on its website, which is a clear indication that the phone will hit the stores soon.
Now, we have some good news for all fans from Norway, as the official release date for the Scandinavian country has been set to May 15. According to iTAvisen, the phone will cost 1295 NOK or around 156 EUR / 129 GBP / $217. As expected, this is a great price for such a mid-range Windows Phone. Besides being the first model running the newest 8.1 update, it is also the first with on-screen buttons.
The 630 has a traditional Lumia design, in several bright colors, 4.5 inch screen, dual –core processor, 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB storage, 5 MP camera and a 1830 mAh battery. As you can see the specs are not something that would make you scream in excitement, but the 630 could be a very important model for Microsoft, as the company hopes it will be a successor to the extremely popular Lumia 520.