The Nokia Lumia 630 was announced and launched earlier this month, including the Dual SIM version, where it is said to retail for $169 during the announcement. Well, here is a closer look at the smartphone that allows you to make use of a couple of SIM cards in a single device, making it ideal for those who do a whole lot of traveling. After all, you can always keep one SIM card slot free for whatever foreign SIM card that you’re going to use, while maintaining your very own phone number in your home country.

Alternatively, how about compartmentalizing your life into work and play SIM cards? That might make it easier to differentiate between who’s able to contact you in the future. Save time and effort with the Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM, where this smartphone will run on the Windows Phone 8.1 platform that is capable of showing off both SIM accounts separately, labelling them clearly as 1 and 2, in addition to highlighting each with different colors so that no confusion will arise.

Not only that, another advantage of a dual SIM phone is the ability to overcome ‘not-spots’, since whenever one SIM loses its signal from the network, there is the other one which will in all probability, take over, unless you happen to be underground with tons of concrete blocking you from the outside world. [Press Release]

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    ~$140 - Amazon
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