The bright and colorful Lumia 630 is going on sale this week in Asia and followed by Europe and the U.S. later on. The Lumia 630 also comes in a dual-SIM version offering greater flexibility at an affordable price. The Lumia 630 is also the first smartphone to come with Windows Phone 8.1. You can read up on all the amazing new features in Windows Phone 8.1 here on this blog post from Joe Belfiore.
The Lumia 630 comes with a fantastic looking ClearBlack 4.5-inch LCD screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor. It also comes introduces the new low-power SensorCore feature which can monitor your movements in real-time without using up your battery life.
For more on the Lumia 630, click here to read this blog post.
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I like ClearBlack 4.5-inch LCD screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor
Also.... XBox Music update today??... I hope so because if not then MS would've broke it's promise to do bi weekly updates... Not a huge deal, but WP fans are really pushing for a better XBMX on WP8.1.
@ Brandon LeBlanc,....
You might want to mention that Bing rewards is now available on WP8.1 by using Cortana, or Bing search if you chose that option... Yes, it works perfectly....
Define "Asia" Is Japan going to get these? If so, do you know what carrier?
@ Brandon LeBlanc,
Please read my comments written on April 4 to you on the "Cortana (yes!) and Many, Many Other Great Features coming in Windows Phone 8.1" blog published April 2 questioning whether Storage Sense will allow PURCHASED X-box movies to be transferred to the Nokia 1520 SD card as you can do with the Nokia 2520. It is demeaning and degrading to me as a consumer to be ignored. I rather be told no than ignored. I have been working with X-box engineers and a personal assistant of Randall L Stephenson (yes THAT Randall L Stephenson) since December on this issue since your original advertisements of the phone in November stated X-box video was a feature of the phone (a complete lie until an upgrade on December 18 -. I returned my first 1520 because of this). Then when the upgrade finally came weeks after the phablet's release only to find out I could not store my purchased movies to the SD Card, well that's when I got really involved. AT&T and Nokia have been great. Can't get an answer from MS. Can't get decent human respect from MS. Look at how many devices I own of yours. You should be ashamed. As a strong early adopter of the WP 7.5, 7.8, and 8 Nokia Lumia phones, phablets and tablets, I should be given more respect. Gosh an owner of one NL 520 should be given more respect. I hate Android, but have owned Apple and right about now, Apple's looking pretty good to me. But I'll stick with MS and WP IF I ONLY GET A RESPONSIBLE ANSWER.