A video and some pictures of the Windows Phone 8.1-powered Nokia Lumia 630 have seeped out into the open, not preferring to wait for the Finnish company to officially unveil the device. This batch of media goes on to confirm several speculations that are flying around about the device for the past few weeks.
Firstly, on-screen buttons can clearly be spotted in the pictures that are coming from Nowhereelse (via @Umit), whereas the Android and iOS-like Action Center can also be seen in them. This latter feature will apparently be able to display notifications and will also house toggle switches for important features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, screen brightness and more.
The Nokia Lumia 630 is also set to introduce an updated camera app interface. That is something you’ll be able to see in the Coolxap-published video of the alleged phone, which you can spot in the space below. This entry-level device is expected to kick in a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels.
It will run on a quad core Snapdragon 400 processor that will grab assistance from 1GB worth of RAM. A 5MP camera is also being said to be present onboard. According to chatter in the industry, the Nokia Lumia 630 will be unveiled at the Microsoft BUILD conference which starts next week, so stay tuned.
In the meanwhile, here’s a short look at its rumored specs:
– Display: 4.5-inch, 800 x 480 pixels
– OS: Windows Phone 8.1
– Processor: Quad core Snapdragon 400
– Memory: 1GB RAM
– Camera: 5MP rear