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Nokia Launches Lumia 630 dual SIM- (Review)



Although there is a growing competition in the mobile phone ecosystem, Lumia 630 series seems to be catching up with competition  as a result of  its dual SIM advantage in the Windows platform
With the latest Windows phone 8.1 and a QuardCore processor, the new Nokia Lumia 630 delivers an unrivaled smartphone experience with new posts, events, chat and photos on stunning 45′ display.
The Lumia device  is built with a 1.2 GHz Quad Core Snapdragon Processor which makes it  super fast and delivers fast, uncompromised social experiences. It also boasts of a bold 4.5″ clear black screen.
Updated with the new notification centre called the action centre, the device  allows users to  simply swipe from the top to the bottom  giving users  quick access to Calls, e-Mails, App updates as well as the word flow keyboard which is regarded as the fastest and most personal shape writing keyboard.
Battle for low end market:
The smart device is also the Windows Phone attack on the affordable market, with a price tag of just  N30,000  which is  certain to capture attention of an average phone user.
Although there are other smart phones in the market with similar price, Lumia 630  is aimed  at the lower end of the smartphone market, designed to be affordable.
According market findings,  the device is becoming the toast of many buyers because it was designed designed to be within easy reach.
The biggest story of  Lumia 630 is using the Windows Phone 8.1 software. It is  one of the first devices to arrive with all Microsoft’s enhancements, as well as a healthy dose of updates from Nokia in the form of Lumia Cyan.
Like other Nokia Lumia series,  the Lumia 630 has a plastic shell  that embraces color. Many buyers appear to be attracted to the phone because of the bright green, orange, white and black shades.
The Nokia Lumia 630 is a quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G phone.  Other features include Wi-Fi ‘n’, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS with GLONASS and USB 2.0.
The stock camera app is Nokia Camera, which combines Pro Cam with Cinemagraph. The 5MP auto-focus shooter does a good  job outdoors but under ambient lighting indoors, the quality is pretty average. There is also  720p video recording support.
Battery life:
The boosted 1830mAh battery is pretty stellar in delivering more than a day job. Under light and  moderate usage, the battery can sustain a user  up to two days without charging.

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