Nokia, now Microsoft Mobile announced the Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM in India last month. It is the first Windows Phone handset to run the latest Windows Phone 8.1 OS right out of the box. Not just this, the Lumia 630 is also the first Windows Phone handset to bring a Dual SIM standby to the market and ditch the iconic camera shutter key. Announced at the BUILD Conference earlier this year, the Nokia Lumia 630 is available for just over Rs 10,000 mark in India making it one of the serious contenders if you are looking to pick a budget smartphone.
We got our review unit of the Nokia Lumia 630 just a couple of days ago, and we must admit we really like the device. The construction of the phone is very much what you would expect from a Nokia device. There are no loose edges or creeks in the device and the construction feels solid. The edges are nicely rounded making it a comfortable phone to hold. Even though the phone is primarily made out of plastic, it does not feel cheap as the plastic used here is not the shiny glossy one, but a more subtle and matte like. This gives the phone very respectable grip as well and thanks to a screen size of 4.5 inches, there is no problem using the device with single hand.
We will have lots of coverage around the Lumia 630 including a camera shootout test as well as a full review of both the device and Windows Phone 8.1 in the coming days. But before we do that, we want to give you a quick taste of what the device is like by allowing you to checkout the device from all the angles. So, here is the photo gallery of shots that we took of the Nokia Lumia 630. We got the green variant of the smartphone, though you can pick the phone in colors like black, white and yellow.
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