Nokia shows why you should choose the Lumia 630 over Other budget devices
Microsoft (former Nokia) released a infographics on the Lumia 630 – the new budget solution to Windows Phone 8.1.
Nokia Lumia 630 was the first Windows Phone 8.1 powered device to hit retail in most regions, alongside the Lumia 635. The device comes in single-SIM and dual-SIM flavors, and has a very affordable price tag. Recently, the folks at Nokia Conversations posted an infographic, telling you why you should choose the budget-friendly Nokia Lumia 630 over the competition.
- one sim card, if you can choose Smart Dual Sim. You can enable call waiting and call forwarding to another sim card if one of them is inactive or out of network coverage. Manage his social and business life much easier now.
- 4GB of memory, if you can choose the 8GB internal memory and expand it to 128GB using memory cards microSD. In addition, you will have access to free 7GB OneDrive.
- some weak and cheap system if you can choose Windows Phone 8.1, which includes the fastest keyboard WordFlow, enhanced personalization of the home screen, notification center and voice assistant Cortana.
- 4 “screen, if you can choose 4.5” screen. View your photos, videos and other content on the ClearBlack IPS screen, which is protected by glass Gorilla Glass 3. Few budget decisions may suggest something like (note edition).
- 1300 mAh Batteries, if you can select the 1830 mAh battery. Stay online, listen to music and chat with friends.
- Dual-core processor, if you can select quad-core processor. Snapdragon 400 faster, and it means that your device will work faster than any other budget smartphone.
Here are some key specifications of the Lumia 630:
- 4.5-inch display sporting a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC
- 512MB of RAM
- 8GB expandable storage with free 7GB OneDrive storage
- 5MP rear camera
- 1,830 mAh battery
- Windows Phone 8.1 OS
What do you think, dear readers, whether Lumia 630 is the best budget solution in the smartphone market, or have any more attractive alternative for Android?