Lumia 630 – the next low-end Windows Phone leaked in five colors
@evleaks, one of the popular sources of mobile leaks has revealed some of Nokia’s plans regarding new hardware. It appears that one of the first models on the market in 2014 would be the Lumia 630, which could be presented at a possible Nokia event on April 19th.
A new press-render shows the low-end Nokia Lumia 630 in five attractive colors – green, white, black, yellow and orange. With Windows Phone 8.1 supporting on-screen buttons, the Lumia 630 codenamed ‘Moneypenny’ would be the first phone without physical buttons (start, back and search). The new model will have a typical for a low-end Lumia design with a polycarbonate body and a removable back cover. What’s interesting here is that the phone omits the camera shutter key and has only the volume rocker and the power key on the right side. The front-facing camera and the LED flash are also missing, which hints that we could have a very cheap device, similar to the Nokia Lumia 520.
As you probably know, Microsoft’s next OS version will support dual SIM, low-cost processors and on-screen buttons. In this light, a variant of the same phone with dual SIM capabilities called Lumia 635 is also expected in 2014. In addition, a new version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 in green will also debut in April.