Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 930 tipped to make debut in April at Microsoft Build conferenceby Sushant Bhosale March 23, 2014 0 comments
Nokia’s new additions to Lumia series dubbed as Lumia 630 (Moneypenny) and 930 (Martini) may be unveiled at Microsoft Build (annual developer conference) scheduled for 2-4 April in Moscone Center, San Francisco (California). Both the devices are said to run on the new Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. Earlier rumours indicated the launch of the much anticipated smartphones at company’s event on 19 April.
The Lumia 630 is said to be a successor of Lumia 620. It is a budget smartphone expected to be Nokia’s first dual-SIM Windows handset. It is expected to feature a 4-inch WVGA display, virtual navigation buttons, Snapdragon 400 series processor and 1GB RAM. The Lumia 630 might also have a sibling Lumia 635 which will include 4G LTE connectivity. Whereas the Lumia 930 is expected to be an international variant of Nokia Lumia Icon which features 5-inch full HD display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a Quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB RAM.
The key attraction at Microsoft Build 2014 is expected to be the release of Windows Phone 8.1 (WP8.1) operating system which has been touted to come with a voice-assistant feature called Cortana (similar to Apple’s Siri and Google Now). Voice-assistant helps to perform actions like replying to a text message without touching the handset.
In related rumours, Nokia is also expected to launch Lumia 530 (Rock), but the details about the launch are not yet available. Also, the Finnish giant is expected to unveil Lumia 1820, Lumia 1525 and Lumia 1525 V at its event on 19 April’14.
Stay tuned with us for further updates about Build 2014, Nokia Lumia 630, Lumia 930 and Windows Phone 8.1 OS.