Nokia launches Dual-SIM Lumia 630 in Pakistan

Nokia Lumia 630 is first device to bring dual-SIM functionality to Windows Phone, announced in April this year now this device is available in Pakistan.

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Running the latest flavor of Windows Phone 8.1, the Lumia  630 features a 4.5″ ClearBlack IPS display protected by Gorilla Glass 3. It is packed with a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB internal memory with an option to expand it via microSD card slot. The dual-SIM device feature a 5-megapixel camera with no LED or secondary camera.

Lumia 630 is now available all over Pakistan with one year warranty at a price of Rs. 17,000. The price tag is quite attractive, but in this price  range Nokia XL would be more reasonable choice.

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The Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM with Windows Phone 8.1 in now available in Pakistan. The first Dual SIM Lumia smartphone delivers an unrivalled affordable smartphone experience, with quad-core processing and a Clear Black 4.5” LCD screen.
Commenting on the occasion, Arif Shafique, Country General Manager, Microsoft Devices Pakistan & Afghanistan said: “With high-end technologies and apps, a seamless Windows Phone 8.1 experience and the first ever Dual SIM Lumia empowering people to connect on their terms, we think the Lumia 630 Dual SIM is undoubtedly the best smartphone in its affordable price range.”
The Lumia 630 Dual SIM adds award-winning design and experiences found on high end Lumia smartphones to the leading personalization brought by Windows Phone 8.1. Users can now seamlessly switch between two SIM cards to manage their social life, clearly separate calls and messages to make it cheaper and easier to connect on their own terms. A quad-core Snapdragon processor delivers fast, uncompromised social experiences with Word Flow, Internet Explorer and social apps like WhatsApp, WeChat and Instagram.
The smartphone showcases a new matte polycarbonate design with changeable shells available in bold new colors like bright orange, bright green and bright yellow, in addition to matte black and white. The 4.5” Clear Black screen, offers better viewing angles and visibility in bright conditions. Integrated features including one swipe notifications from Action Centre, the new Microsoft Enterprise feature pack, Microsoft Office, One Drive, and Camera make the Lumia 630 a great tool for work and play. The new Sensor Core also brings low power motion sensing to help people track their activity all day without using up the large 1830mAh battery – perfect for exercise and exploration using apps like Bing Health and Fitness.
A wealth of storage is available, with memory expandable by up to 128GB using a microSD card, allowing people to save and switch locations of pictures, videos, music, maps and apps with ease.

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  • In smart phones I think nokia is not a good choice

    • Mushtaq Saeed

      it is better than qmobile scrap phones

  • ppumty

    It should have been,but in hurry to grab the market Nokia is missing what was it’s best trait ” USER FRIENDLY”. Earlier you can simply pick up one of it’s devices and it was ” plug & play ” scenario. Now you’ve to download a multiple of apps even in windows phone to get small things done.