I suppose for the most of us out there, we would have as much an equal chance to spot the Abonimable Snowman and the Nokia Lumia 630, at least not until now. After all, someone has already spotted the Nokia Lumia 630 running Windows Phone 8.1 in a video, or at least that is the general consensus. Virtual keys were shown off on the front of the Lumia 630, in addition to other features that were garnered from the video which we will talk more about right after the jump.

Among the other features that the video revealed included an Action center, a new Podcast app, a new FM Radio app, a new Store layout, changes in Internet Explorer that will include a new Tab section as well as private tabs, the ability to show off IE tabs in a multitask view, the ability to pull down to close apps in multitask, as well as a new stock camera layout among others.

There are also pre-installed apps on the Lumia 630 which will include Storage Sense, Battery Sense, and Data Sense. There is no sign of the Cortana voice assistant though, although this might just be an indicator that this feature is unavailable on Chinese versions of the operating system. It is also widely expected for Nokia to make an announcement concerning the Lumia 630 at Microsoft’s BUILD conference, too.

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