Nokia Lumia 630 is the platform for launching the updated version of Windows Phone 8.1. They have released their advanced OS on this Lumia smartphone, which is made available for mid range customers. Lowering the price reflects on the software and hardware components of this device. Nokia Lumia 630 is a device powered by a quad-core processor of 1.2 GHz and enrolled with 512 MB of RAM. The main issues that are to be noticed in this device are–no rare camera and flash, poor screen resolution and the loading speed and availability of the apps.
Display and Camera:
Dual SIM version of Nokia Lumia 630 was released first. The company has provided a 4.5 inch IPS display with a resolution of 480 x 854, supported by Gorilla Glass 3 and Nokia’s ClearBlack technology. The display features of this smartphone differ a bit in usability and image quality when compared to Lumia 620 and Lumia 525. Speaking about the camera quality, it offers a 5 MP main camera and disappoints by not providing flash light and a secondary (front) camera.
Media and Connectivity:
Apart from the camera defects Nokia Lumia 630 also disappoints by providing a 512 MB of RAM. The device still lags coming to the UI improvements, even though they have added a few new toggle switches in the notification bar, the settings menu and app drawer are still utterly confused as before. However, the audio quality of the media in Lumia 630 smartphone misses the Dolby enhancement, but provides the user with other media playback which include Video and Xbox Music. LTE and NFC features are not present in terms of connectivity, but provides users with the basic connectivity features like Bluetooth v4. 0, WI-fi ‘n’, 21 Mbps HSPA, USB 2.0 and GPS with GLONASS. It is a dual-band 3G and quad-band GSM phone. Being a dual SIM phone, hot-swappable has been made available for SIM 2 only.
Battery and call quality:
Nokia Lumia 630 is provided with a 1,830 mAh battery which offers a stay of about one and a half day. The capacity of the battery provided is not that markable but is sufficient, as the display is of low resistance and the resolution of the screen is less. Like every other smartphone Lumia 630 is also provided with a battery saver mode, allowing the user to extend the battery life by limiting the brightness of the screen and background data. The call quality is not fully satisfying—as all the series of Nokia Lumia have decent call quality. The sound quality is quite beefy, which may be useful during conversation in noisier environments. With a single speaker provided on the back the internal sound is not that loud, which is quite normal among these mid range phones.
When compared to other smartphones of the same range in the market Nokia Lumia 630 does not attract that much of attention. The customers would rather prefer to buy an Android phone.