The Nokia-Microsoft deal is soon to be completed, but the Lumia brand will live on through new additions such as the Nokia Lumia 630 which has been leaked yet again. The existence of the smartphone in question has been somewhat confirmed by multiple press images and FCC certification where the phone was spotted with model numbers RM-976, RM-977 and RM-978.
So far, we’ve seen the front of the Nokia Lumia 630 and screenshots have also denoted that the handset will have dual SIM support. The latest leak, on the other hand, gives us a complete look at the smartphone. Thanks to EvLeaks, we now know what the device looks like from the rear. The phone is said to be the first in the lineup to come with on-screen buttons instead of capacitive ones.
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The Nokia Lumia 630 looks quite similar to the Android-based X series handsets. The phone can be seen in multiple color options, namely black, white, yellow, orange and green. Based on what we know, the device will be aimed towards the affordable segment like the Lumia 620 and 625. However, unlike the latter two phones, this one doesn’t appear to have a flash on the rear and there’s no sign of a camera on the front.
Here are the leaked specifications of the Nokia Lumia 630:
– Windows Phone 8.1 OS
– 4.5-inch 854 x 480p display
– Qualcomm Snapdragon processors
– 1GB RAM
– LTE (TDD/FDD), HSPA+, EVDO, TD-SCMA network support
– Single and dual SIM options
Considering that the Nokia Lumia 630 has already been certified by the FCC, an official launch might not be far off. We expect to see the smartphone along with other handset go official at the Microsoft Build conference next month.