The Nokia Lumia 630 is an upcoming smartphone by Nokia. There’s no word on when Nokia will be unveiling the handset, but with the Finnish company confirming their presence at the Microsoft BUILD conference, some have speculated that is when Nokia will be taking the wraps off the device.
In any case thanks to a recently leaked image, it shows off the Nokia Lumia 630 in real life in China. Based on the image we are looking at, it’s a bit hard to tell that the photo is showing the Nokia Lumia 630 since an entire image of the phone cannot be seen, but according to the leaker, it’s apparently the phone.
According to the screenshots on the phone, it shows off some of Windows Phone 8.1’s alleged features, such as its star screen, the background, 3 column tiles, virtual buttons, dual SIM support, and VPN.
As far as the hardware specs of the Lumia 630 are concerned, last we heard the phone would be packing a 4.5-inch 854×480 display. It could also be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 chipset, a 5MP rear-facing camera without an LED flash (this corroborates the leaked press renderings), no front-facing camera, and will most likely run Windows Phone 8.1.
Take it with a grain of salt for now, but check back with us on the 2nd of April, which is when the BUILD conference will kick off, to see if there are any additional details that can be had!