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  • - 11.4 cm (4.5") 854 x 480 pixels
  • - Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2 GHz
  • - 0.5 GB 8 GB MicroSD (TransFlash) 128 GB
  • - 3G Single SIM MicroSIM
  • - 802.11b, 802.11g, Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) Bluetooth 4.0
  • - Single camera 5 MP
  • - 1830 mAh
  • - Windows Phone 8.1
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4.5" IPS LCD FWVGA (854 x 480), Micro SIM, Micro-USB, 3.5mm, 8GB, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11 b/g/n, 5MP 2592 x 1936,GSM, WCDMA, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz, RAM 512MB, MicroSD, 134g, Green
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Short summary description Nokia Lumia 630 11.4 cm (4.5") Single SIM Windows Phone 8.1 3G Micro-USB B 0.5 GB 8 GB 1830 mAh Black, Green:
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Nokia Lumia 630, 11.4 cm (4.5"), 0.5 GB, 8 GB, 5 MP, Windows Phone 8.1, Black, Green

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Nokia Lumia 630. Display diagonal: 11.4 cm (4.5"), Display resolution: 854 x 480 pixels. Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz, Processor family: Qualcomm Snapdragon, Processor model: 400. RAM capacity: 0.5 GB, Internal storage capacity: 8 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 5 MP, Rear camera type: Single camera. SIM card capability: Single SIM. Operating system installed: Windows Phone 8.1. Battery capacity: 1830 mAh. Product colour: Black, Green. Weight: 134 g

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Reviews
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
Uk has collected 333 expert reviews for Nokia Lumia 630 11.4 cm (4.5") Single SIM Windows Phone 8.1 3G Micro-USB B 0.5 GB 8 GB 1830 mAh Black, Green and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
75%
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expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
We were already big fans of its predecessor, the Nokia Lumia 620 , but the addition of Windows Phone 8.1 (WP8.1) easily elevates the Lumia 630 above almost every other Windows Phone currently available. WP8.1 is by far the best version of Microsoft's mobi...
Bottom line A great-value Windows Phone device that has superb battery life and excellent performance...
100%
geeksquad.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
The Lumia 630 is a milestone for the Nokia-Microsoft supergroup, as it marks the first handset to be released that runs the latest version of the Windows Phone software - Windows Phone 8.1.Windows Phone 8.1 brings with it a few new features, while the 630...
Good Great hardware for the price, Windows Phone 8.1 software adds some new features, Very quick and snappy...
Bad Camera not as impressive as some other Nokia handsets, No 4G or NFC on board...
Bottom line Overall, the Lumia 630 is undeniably great for the price.The Lumia 630 is a really great device for the price, offering some fast hardware and welcome access to the latest version of the Windows Phone software. The phone obviously doesn't excel in all are...
0%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
While Windows Phone handsets may be struggling to rival the likes of the iPhone or Android smartphones, there's no denying that the Nokia Lumia 520 was a hit mobile. Its two key reasons for success were value for money, with an attractive budget price tag...
Good Decent design and build quality, Camera isn't bad for a phone at this price point, Excellent audio player, Choice between dual SIM model or 4G version available at the same price...
Bad No camera flash, Cortana virtual PA only available in US (although UK launch is imminent), No frontfacing camera, No 1080p Full HD video recording, Screen resolution could be better...
Bottom line For fans of Windows Phone or anyone who fancies getting to know Microsoft's mobile OS without breaking the bank, the Nokia Lumia 630 is an excellent choice. A higher screen resolution would have made it even better, especially considering what you get wit...
60%
whatmobile.net
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
Nokia’s newest addition to its colourful Lumia range, which runs the gamut from entry-level to flagship handsets, is an affordable device with its sights set firmly on Motorola’s crown.The last time we saw an entry-level smartphone from the Finnish manufa...
Good An aboveaverage snapper for an entrylevel handset, Fast performing apps, Quadcore processor good for mobile gaming...
Bad Dull design, Unnecessary inbuilt apps clog storage, Lack of apps and games on Windows Phone store...
Bottom line It’s your best option if you’re looking for an affordable Windows Phone device, and a solid all-round entry-level handset to boot...
75%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
Here's the updated version of the Lumia 620, in the shape of the Nokia Lumia 630. This is the latest of the Nokia devices that comes in at less than £100 – it's also the first in this price bracket to come complete with Windows Phone 8.1This phone feature...
Good Top build quality, Battery is removable, Swappable covers, Onboard storage can be removed...
Bad Disapointting snapper has no flash, Poor 8GB of onboard storage, Bezel around display is too large...
Bottom line A neat, well-built phone that looks good, boasts the latest Windows Phone software, a decent display, reasonable power and impressive battery life. That’s a lot of phone you’re getting for £99...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
The Nokia Lumia 630 is one of the last devices that will launch with the Nokia Lumia name now that Microsoft is at the helm. It's also the Windows Phone attack on the affordable market, with a price tag of just £100 certain to capture attention. As one o...
Good Affordable, nicely designed and feels good quality, offers the latest Windows Phone 8.1 software...
Bad A number of hardware compromises, display resolution isn't competitive, some software bugs, not 4G...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 is something of a mixed bag. It's cheap, cheerful and Nokia succeeds in delivering a bright and well built handset that's ahead of many competitors' plastic offerings. It also gives you the latest Windows Phone 8.1 operating syst...
70%
itproportal.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
Nokia has decided that the first outing for Windows Phone 8.1 on a phone fresh out of its box, as opposed to via an OS update, will be on a budget priced handset, the £125 Lumia 630. You might think that's a bit of a surprise. After all, Windows Phone 8.1...
Good Neat design, Windows Phone 8.1, Nicely priced...
Bad Sluggish to start apps, Issues with the display, Average rear and no front camera...
Bottom line The negatives of the Lumia 630 are rather in your face – there are some issues with the screen resolution and backlight, sluggish loading of apps, lacklustre camera facilities and Windows Phone's perennial problem of a poorly stocked app store. But the p...
70%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
The Lumia 630 falls into the “affordable” smartphone category with a fairly merciful price point of around £95-£130 depending on where you pick one up, but despite its humble status in the market it's quite a significant model, as it's the first to arrive...
Good Solid build and design, Interchangeable covers, Affordable, Decent performance...
Bad Windows Phone 8.1 still not fully featured...
Bottom line As you may have noticed from my previous comments, I like the Lumia 630 and Windows Phone 8.1. There are stumbling blocks here and there, but ultimately you get a very cohesive and comprehensive smartphone experience which is definitely moving in the ri...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
With a bunch of highly affordable smartphones hitting the market, from the Motorola Moto E to the Huawei Ascend P7 , Nokia , newly owned by Microsoft , has a lot of competition in the budget market.So its new Nokia Lumia 630 - attractive, capable and pack...
Good Expandable memory, Snazzy styling, Spectacular software...
Bad Average screen, Unexceptional camera sensor, Apps still behind rivals...
80%
itpro.co.uk
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
The Lumia 630 is the first smartphone to ship with Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 software . This brings a number of crucial features like a notification panel, enhanced keyboard and more MDM policies. But is the sub-£100 hardware the weak link? A number...
Good Budget price; Windows 8.1 is a huge step up improvements; Replaceable battery; Expandable storage...
Bad Mediocre screen & rear camera; Performance limited by RAM...
Bottom line A great budget Windows Phone device with a removable battery and expandable storage...
80%
alphr.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
Nokia has form in producing high quality, low-cost smartphones, but it's had its thunder well and truly stolen by Motorola in the last year. The Nokia Lumia 630 is the company's latest attempt to claw back lost ground in the budget phone space; it's also...
Bottom line A perfectly passable budget handset, but a poor display robs it of greatness...
67%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
The Lumia 630 is the first smartphone to launch with Windows Phone 8.1 . This is a fairly major software update which includes many new features, although some such as Cortana won't be made available in the UK until much later this year. In many mays, t...
0%
Theinquirer.net
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
THE NOKIA LUMIA 630 is the first smartphone to arrive running Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 8.1 mobile operating system, which brings features such as customisable backgrounds, Action Center and enhanced enterprise support...
Good Windows Phone 8.1, quad-core processor, decent screen, good camera in decent lighting, affordable price...
Bad 512MB RAM, no Cortana in the UK yet...
80%
techradar.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
With the Nokia Lumia 520 now the world's top-selling Windows Phone 8 handset, it's no surprise that Nokia and Microsoft are concentrating on strengthening their low-budget range as it tries to dominate an area of the market.The Nokia Lumia 630 is the firs...
Good New, improved Windows Phone 8.1, Value for money, In, built motion sensor...
Bad Poor camera quality, No front cam or flash, No NFC or 4G...
Bottom line I'd like to take my hat off to Microsoft and Nokia who have built on the success of the Nokia Lumia 520 brilliantly to design and build yet another respectable budget phone in the Nokia Lumia 630. For a low price it does all the basics and does them well...
90%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
The Lumia 630 is the first smartphone to launch with Windows Phone 8.1 . This is a fairly major software update which includes many new features, although some such as Cortana won't be made available in the UK until much later this year. See also: how to...
Bottom line If you're considering the Lumia 630 as a first smartphone and you don't plan to buy lots of wireless accessories and install lots of apps, it's not a bad choice at all. Windows Phone 8.1 is very easy to use, and will improve even more when Cortana and its...
70%
stuff.tv
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
This is the first Windows Phone 8.1 phone we've tested. And for those of you who aren't familiar with Microsoft's smartphone OS, here's a definitive statement on it: there's no real reason to avoid Windows Phone anymore.The recent update feels like much m...
Good Cheap, Decent screen for the money, WinPho 8.1 and Nokia tricks, Big microSD storage...
Bad No 4G...
Bottom line Open Gallery The 630 is easy to get along with. Yes it's a bit slow and nothing about this Nokia screams ‘game-changer'. It's just a nice phone for the money. It looks fun, comes with some excellent Nokia and Microsoft freebies and the OS is fr...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
The Nokia Lumia 630 is the first smartphone to arrive in the UK running Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 8.1 operating system . This is a big deal as Microsoft lists Windows Phone 8.1 as being its first truly "enterprise ready" mobile operating system. T...
Good Affordable price, decent screen and camera, quad-core processor, Windows Phone 8.1 productivity and security services...
Bad No front camera, no Cortana in UK...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 may not be the top-end Windows Phone 8.1 flagship handset everyone expected, but thanks to its quad-core performance, decent display and affordable price it does a decent job showcasing the OS' upgraded productivity and security servic...
80%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
Nokia's last low-priced high performer was the Lumia 520 , and the Lumia 630 is its successor. Competition at the lower end of the smartphone market is becoming fierce as manufacturers vie to pack in the most functionality at the lowest price. These devic...
Good Fast processor, okay camera, Nokia extras, expandable memory...
Bad Windows Store still a bit lean...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 is certainly a bargain, offering a speedy processor, decent camera and a host of Nokia and Microsoft features for less than a hundred quid. The screen isn't super sharp, and there's no front-facing camera, but it will do most of the...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
Just when you thought Motorola had the budget crown on lockdown with its excellent Moto G and even cheaper Moto E, Microsoft’s here with another challenger to the throne in the form of the brand new and bright Nokia Lumia 630. It packs in a new take on...
Good Coveting the charming construction and bright hues of an iPhone 5c, but can’t afford the Apple tax? The Nokia Lumia 630 should be your first port of call. It looks just like one - if a little wider, and at 9.3mm deep, a smidgeon thicker. Normally, we’d call that lazy mimicry, but in fairness to Nokia, it’s been doing this sort of design for much longer, and at this point it’s got it nailed. It fi...
Bad With such a low price come a few inevitable compromises. The Nokia Lumia 630’s screen, as you might expect from a budget phone, is not the best. It’s bigger than the Moto E’s 4.3-inch panel, which is good news for those with big paws, but its resolution, at 854x480, is considerably lower. As a result, web pages and photos look quite grainy - the Moto G’s 720p panel is a substantial step up. Its v...
Bottom line Nokia and Microsoft have crafted a well-rounded budget phone with the Lumia 630, that not only looks the business, but performs extremely well thanks to the excellent Windows Phone 8.1. While Microsoft is still playing app-catch up, for the less demand...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
Nokia's cheap-as-chips Windows Phone the Lumia 520 finally gave it a hit after years of decline, and the new 630 is itching to take the baton. The timing and the price of the Lumia 520 were spot on. BlackBerry had failed to update its BB7 phones for alm...
Bottom line Despite the display howler, the Nokia Lumia 630 is a solid, very keenly priced successor to a deservedly popular value smartphone. It's more robust than before and the app "ecosystem" is now stronger than year ago, with Instagram available (in name, anyw...
0%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:32
What is the Nokia Lumia 630? The Nokia Lumia 630 is a low-end phone. As it is set to sell for around £100, you could call it Nokia's Windows Phone 8.1 alternative to the Motorola Moto G , currently one of the most popular lower-cost phones. The screen dis...
Good Colourful design, Reasonable camera, Accessible price...
Bad Low-res, blocky screen, Some apps not available on Windows Phone 8.1, No auto brightness screen setting...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 is a cheery, low cost phone with a better camera than some bargain basement Androids. But its screen resolution is quite poor and the availability and load speed of apps are issues.Next, read more mobile phone reviews or try our best c...
70%
mobilechoiceuk.com
Updated:
2014-08-31 10:23:04
An update to the Lumia 620, the 630 is Nokia's latest sub-£100 handset and the first at any price to include Windows Phone 8.1 out-of-the-box. Along with a much-needed notifications centre and quick access to settings through a pull-down drawer (just like...
Good Great build quality. Removable battery. Interchangeable covers. Expandable storage...
Bad Poor camera with no flash. Only 8GB of storage as standard. Large screen bezels...
Bottom line A compact and well-made smartphone with Nokia’s famous good looks, Microsoft’s latest software, a decent screen, competent processor and good battery life, the Lumia 630 is a lot of phone for £99. The camera isn’t much use indoors, but the speedy softwar...
80%
techview.co
Updated:
2014-09-09 01:07:23
The Nokia Lumia 630 was launched with much fanfare by Microsoft, it was the first device to be launched under the new ownership, the first dual SIM device that is. The device was supposed to herald Microsoft's entry into the dual SIM category which is get...
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knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-12-06 06:55:13
There have been quite a few developments in the Windows Phone space during 2014. The release of Windows Phone 8.1, for one, and of course the release of the Lumia 930, which is positioned to do battle with handsets like Apple's iPhone 6 and the Samsung Ga...
Good Solid build and design, Interchangeable covers, Affordable, Decent performance...
Bad Windows Phone 8.1 still not fully featured...
Bottom line As you may have noticed from my previous comments, I like the Lumia 630 and Windows Phone 8.1. There are stumbling blocks here and there, but ultimately you get a very cohesive and comprehensive smartphone experience which is definitely moving in the ri...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-09 06:16:44
We were already big fans of its predecessor, the Nokia Lumia 620 , but the addition of Windows Phone 8.1 (WP8.1) easily elevates the Lumia 630 above almost every other Windows Phone currently available. WP8.1 is by far the best version of Microsoft's mobi...
Bottom line A great-value Windows Phone device that has superb battery life and excellent performance...
100%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2014-12-26 09:56:27
The brief I was given for this article was to compare the iPhone 5c to the most relevant Nokia Lumia Windows Phone handset. But choosing which that is offers more difficulty than you might expect. Leaving aside the cheaper Asha phones and the larger table...
Bottom line We like the Lumia 630, and it is great value. But we'll be sticking with the iPhone 5c and its better camera, battery life and build.The Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s & 5c is on-sale now. Click here for buying information. Share this articleFi...
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whistleout.com.au
Updated:
2015-06-13 09:38:36
The Lumia 630 is a super-affordable Windows Phone from the dearly-departed Nokia mobile division. Recently absorbed by Microsoft, the Nokia brand is likely soon to be relegated to the annals of history.In the meantime, all the phones that Nokia was workin...
Bottom line The Lumia 630 is a good phone for its class with two major drawbacks. If it weren't for the audio issues and the camera boot-up lag time then we'd be giving it a much better review. Unfortunately, we can't ignore those problems and so the Lumia 630 end...
73%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2016-02-17 13:17:59
Unlike many entry level and mid-range smartphones, the Nokia Lumia 630 does not draw on any flagship heritage to entice users. Don't let that fool you however, as the Lumia 630 gets all the basics right at a wallet-friendly price, making it very enticing...
Good Very well priced; Performs well for R2 000 smartphone...
Bad A little flimsy; Side buttons ill placed...
0%
klgadgetguy.com
Updated:
2016-11-27 02:13:12
While the Android smartphone market has been recently dominated by cheap and powerful models from Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi, Windows Phone is the only smartphone OS that's facing less to almost no competition in its own category. Despite of that...
Good Reliable and consistent performance, Acceptable camera performance, Lumia Cyan extras made a difference in Windows Phone, Great battery life, Excellent voice and data performance...
Bad Display resolution can be better, Windows Store still needs more quality and fun apps, Dual SIM functionality halfbaked and looks cheap...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 is an outstanding mid-range smartphone that delivers reliable performance which many of its competitors aren't able to do so, all thanks to Windows Phone 8.1.The Good:+ Reliable and consistent performance+ Acceptable camera performance...
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chip.com.my
Updated:
2016-11-27 02:13:12
Nokia and their array of Windows Phone devices are slowly making an impression on the mobile market. This is due to the fact that Nokia are still looking to cater to everyone user-demographic possible. The Nokia Lumia 630 is one of the devices created to...
Good Good build quality, Affordable, DualSIM...
Bad No front camera, Slow WiFi connectivity...
Bottom line Overall, this is a good budget phone for users who wants extra productivity packed into a mobile package or for those who want a small secondary phone that won't cost a bomb. With its bright coloured designs and easy to use applications, this will defini...
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tbreak.ae
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
Microsoft recently revealed their Windows Phone 8.1 OS and to showcase its new features, two new devices were also unveiled. The Lumia 630 is placed on the lower-end of the price segment while and the Lumia 930 sits as their new hero product. I received t...
72%
liveatpc.com
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
Fits Nicely The Lumia 630 is a decently sized candy-bar that I can easily hold in my hand and control/manage without any issues. Swiping around the screen and launching the apps I want are easy enough and can be done with one-hand even. I like how the roc...
Bottom line Review: Nokia Lumia 630Nokia smartphones are like a myth to me. The last one I used as my primary communications device had been from a Taiwanese brand that uses the HD moniker for is product name. The slew of Lumia devices that appeared after seemed unre...
90%
pinoytechblog.com
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
The Nokia Lumia has been around for quite a while now and they've built a myriad of Windows Phones that cater to every lifestyle. But there seems to be one thing that they haven't done yet until now and it's a dual-sim Windows Phone. Now Nokia may have he...
Bottom line Overall I'm really pleased with the Lumia 630. It's about time that the Windows Phone had a dual-sim variant and that it will appeal to most people especially here in the Philippines. Not to mention the really affordable price tag and we have a serious co...
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techpatrl.com
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
Affordable with a few trade-off — that's the Lumia 630. But, its too early to judge. Please read my full review after the break.The Nokia Lumia series has always been known for its hip and vibrant design. The Nokia Lumia 630, which was released last month...
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noypigeeks.com
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
A couple of weeks ago, Nokia launched the successor to the venerable Lumia 620 . When I reviewed it, I admitted to like it, but since that review didn't come in a timely manner, I couldn't recommend it since it's overshadowed both by the bang-for-the-buck...
Bottom line Overall, I have to say that using the Nokia Lumia 630 was a great experience for the most part. However, my feelings for this phone is mixed. When basing it on its own merits, I can say that it's a great phone. It's a joy to use, doesn't look too shabby...
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fhm.com.ph
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2016-11-27 02:13:13
Despite news that it will soon be gobbled up by this little company called Microsoft, Nokia is still unleashing new smartphones as if we're still in the mid-2000s. Case in point: the newly launched Lumia 630!The good guys of Nokia Philippines actually sen...
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lowyat.net
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2016-11-27 02:13:14
Just two months after its first official appearance at the Microsoft Build Developers Conference , the Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM is now in Malaysia . Made to cater the budget and entry-level users, it is the first Windows Phone 8.1 / Lumia Cyan device to b...
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lowyat.net
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2016-11-27 02:13:14
Apart from Lumia 930 , the other new device that was also launched at the recent Microsoft Build Developer Conference was the Nokia Lumia 630 together with its LTE-enabled twin, the Lumia 635 . Technically, the Lumia 630 will be leading Nokia Lumia family...
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wovow.org
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2017-08-06 21:26:34
Both very affordable smartphones that offer a set of very interesting features. If you're looking for a smartphone with a manageable size, you have everything you need to perform common tasks on these devices and above all not too expensive, both the Noki...
Bottom line As mentioned, the two teams are an option to consider if we want a complete and balanced device at a good price. However, the Motorola Moto G is underway in key areas such as the screen, the camera pictures and more RAM. The Nokia Lumia 630 has unique fea...
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pocket-lint.com
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2017-10-14 10:27:17
The Nokia Lumia 630 and the Nokia Lumia 635 are new devices to the Lumia family, amongst the first trio to launch with Windows Phone 8.1 . Launched alongside the premium Lumia 930, this brace of handsets sit at the opposite end of the spectrum. They are...
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anandtech.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
With the introduction of the Lumia 630 and 635 models, we have our first look at the next generation of low cost Windows Phone devices, and the Lumia 630 is a phone with many firsts for this segment. It's the first phone launched with Windows Phone 8.1 fr...
Bottom line Designing an affordable phone is always going to have compromises. In this case, Nokia has hit on some reasonable compromises but gone too far in others. The lack of a proximity sensor was something that I didn't miss at all, and the phone has no issue re...
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booredatwork.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
The first time we saw the Lumia 630 was at Build 2014 where Microsoft showcased Windows Phone 8.1 . Its 4.5-inch ClearBlack screen display is powered by a Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor , 1,830mAh battery, 5MP rear camera ( no front facing), 8GB inter...
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neowin.net
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
It used to be the case - not all that long ago, in fact - that “low-cost” was synonymous with “low quality” in the smartphone space. Flooded with torrents of wretched, miserable Android devices, anyone looking for a really cheap smartphone ended up starin...
75%
engadget.com
Updated:
2014-08-09 16:33:31
The Nokia we used to know is no longer. In late April, the handset maker was finally folded into Microsoft's Devices and Services business after more than six months of courtship. Nokia wasn't ready to be assimilated without once last hurrah, however: It...
Good Playful design, comfortable to hold, Good battery life, LTE on a shoestring...
Bad No front-facing camera, Mediocre display...
Bottom line The Lumia 635 is a much-needed addition to Nokia's affordable handset range. It has a serviceable camera, fun design and good battery life, but most importantly, it's one of the best-value LTE devices out there...
70%
Pocketnow.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
Nokia has had a lot of success making really high quality mobile phones at very inexpensive price points. This was true 20 years ago, and these days Nokia (now in the form of Microsoft's handset division) is trying to translate that success to the smartph...
Good Built in pedometer can track every step you take, Windows Phone 8.1 makes much better use of the Micro SD card expansion, Removable battery, Replaceable battery covers with multiple color options, Comfortable ergonomic form factor & design, Nokia HERE Sui...
Bad No flash, or image stabilization, Low resolution screen with mediocre outdoor visibility, 512Mb RAM means some apps won't run, No compass for augmented reality apps, No wireless charging option, No NFC, No ambient light sensor or autobrightness, No proxim...
Bottom line While we love those new sensor core features for GPS-independent exercise tracking, the Lumia 630 is a tough sell with so many other hardware features lacking (or simply absent). If you're going to go with a budget Windows Phone, we'd recommend going all...
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slashgear.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:31
Windows Phone is primed for a serious update, but can it make headway into the mid-range market? With Android holding sway in the “lesser-than” category, Microsoft aims to move into their territory via the Nokia Lumia 630. A decidedly mid-tier phone, it's...
Bottom line The price will move this device, no doubt. Microsoft has effectively re-branded a device from two years ago (the Snapdragon 400 was slightly behind when it debuted on the Nexus 4) and sold it anew. The hardware breaks no new ground, and our overall takeaw...
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notebookcheck.net
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
Nokia's Lumia 630 featuring Windows Phone 8.1 is the first review sample to find its way into our lab. The successor of Nokia's Lumia 620 is categorized as an affordable device for below 200 Euros, and its price design is to attract both young people and...
Good Great battery runtimes, Low power consumption, Rigid and nicely designed casing, Removable battery, Generous amount of installed software, Expandable storage, Smooth usage...
Bad Relatively high temperatures, Low-contrast screen, Low ppi density, Frequent throwbacks compared with the precursor, No LED flash, No camera button, No front-facing camera, Pressure sensitive casing, Partially visible pixel grid...
Bottom line Of course, Nokia's Lumia 630 has a considerably lower recommended price than the Lumia 620 had when it was launched on the market just over a year ago. The market has changed since then, and the prices for entry-level smartphones have dropped a notch. Co...
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phonearena.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
The Nokia Lumia 630 is an affordable and colorful Windows Phone 8.1 handset, one of the first devices running on Microsoft's operating system to come in both a single and a dual-SIM variants. Nokia struck it big with the extremely affordable Lumia 520, a...
Good Windows Phone 8.1 with Nokia's Cyan improvements showcases the best of Microsoft's platform, First Windows Phone with dualSIM support, Buttery smooth performance, Offline navigation remains a big plus...
Bad Subpar camera with no flash, no frontfacing cam, Screen is less sharp than rivals, Cheapfeeling plastic, Only 512MB of RAM, a limitation for gaming, Does not support 1080p video recording, Poor inbox contents (no headphones, no USB cable)...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 is a handset for the masses. Its full retail (off-contract) price stands at €160 ($200), on par with some very popular offerings like the Motorola Moto G...
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recombu.com
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2014-08-09 16:33:32
Our full Nokia Lumia 630 review: what we thought of this £89 Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone, rocking a quad-core processor and 5-megapixel camera.Just when Motorola thought it had the sub-£100 smartphone castle conquered, along comes Nokia with a Lumia 630-...
Good Windows Phone 8.1, Expandable storage, Colourful, old-school design, Decent budget performance...
Bad Rivals sport better screens, Camera lacks flash...
Bottom line We really like the colourful and user-friendly Nokia Lumia 630. As the first Windows Phone 8.1 handset, it not only offers strong value, but also a pleasing all-round experience. It's a great handset for smartphone noobs who want to test the waters with a...
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phonearena.com
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2014-12-27 08:06:57
The Nokia Lumia 630 is the new kid on the affordable phone market: a Windows Phone 8.1 device of very low price yet with a healthy screen size of 4.5 inches, the processor power of the quad-core Snapdragon 400, and nice enough design. With all this, ther...
Bottom line All in all, with the Nokia Lumia 630 and Motorola Moto G, we're looking at some of the best affordable handsets out there - both offer larger than its peers screen sizes, snappy performance with a quad-core chip inside on both, and decent cameras.insertAd...
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theverge.com
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2014-12-27 08:06:57
Windows Phone has grown up a lot recently. The 8.1 update finally brought a notification center, plus the Siri-rivaling Cortana digital assistant. The Lumia 630 takes full advantage of the improvements: it's the first handset to feature on-screen Windows...
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techworld.com
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2014-12-27 08:07:06
Nokia has unveiled its range of Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones so here's our hands-on review of the Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 635.As expected, Nokia has updated its smartphone line-up with some new Lumia handsets running on the freshly announced Windows Ph...
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zdnet.com
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2015-05-01 10:22:38
The Nokia Lumia 630 is the latest in the line that includes the Lumia 620 and 520 — two of the most popular Lumia handsets to date. And while the entry-level Lumia 630 lacks the hype, glamour and rich functionality (much of it often little-used) of a flag...
Bottom line 8/10 Specifications Operating system  Windows Phone 8.1 Memory  512MB RAM, 8GB internal storage (plus 7GB SkyDrive cloud storage), MicroSD card support up to 128GB Display  4.5-inch LCD, 854-by-480-pixel resolution, with Gorilla Glass 3 Processor...
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onmsft.com
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2015-06-14 07:59:39
But, keep in mind, no matter what device you own, if you tend to utilize a smartphone by playing games all day long or watching videos all day long, expect to see a reduction in battery life.Windows Phone 8.1 managed to flow smoothly on this device withou...
Bottom line Microsoft released the Lumia 630 as a budget-friendly Windows Phone 8.1 device, keeping a fine balance between value and performance. Microsoft hit it right on the mark with this smartphone, as it is fast, has a large screen, has great call quality, and f...
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t3me.com
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2015-07-04 10:28:58
Microsoft is still pushing Nokia towards making Windows Phone at par with current market trends currently dominated by iOS and Android. The initial launch of the Lumia smartphones were met with praise but didn't really quite take off. The current set of e...
Good Affordable price, Dual SIM capability, Windows 8.1...
Bad Lowres screen, Occasional performance issues, No 4G LTE support...
Bottom line The Nokia Lumia 630 may only be considered entry-level, but its features make it a stand out among the budget friendly smartphone crowd...
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91mobiles.com
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2015-07-04 10:28:59
"Short on time? Check out our review in pictures of the Nokia Lumia 630." Unlike Android, the options for an affordable Windows Phone handset are few and far between. Nokia, which has been the primary manufacturer of Windows Phone devices, recently launch...
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allaboutwindowsphone.com
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2015-07-04 10:28:59
Which leads me to conclude that the Lumia 630 launch firmware is, again, not finished and that an update will follow in due course, to correct this sort of thing. Plus, there are other glitches and oddities here and there. For example, in the Nokia Camera...
Bottom line Reviewed here is the black Lumia 630, but note that green, orange, yellow and white also exist, at least as shells, with the front fascia remaining black throughout. The various colours may well, in some markets, be carrier-specific. Possibly the most...
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wmpoweruser.com
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2016-02-03 12:41:45
After a five day gap between the parts, I am happy to return and wrap up our comprehensive review of the Nokia Lumia 630. On October 31st, I talked mainly about the specifications of the device and is it a good option to choose between an Android phone of...
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wmpoweruser.com
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2016-02-03 12:41:45
When Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8.1, Nokia also announced the first devices running the new operating system, the affordable Nokia Lumia 630/635 and the high end Nokia Lumia 930.Contrary to what many people expected, Nokia decided to launch the Lum...
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wmpoweruser.com
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2017-10-14 10:27:15
The Nokia Lumia 630/635, Microsoft's “first of the new” device was announced back in June and has been selling it stores for a fairly cheap price compared to the newer editions like the 730/735 and the 830.This phone is “first of the new” because it was t...
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