Nokia Lumia 930 and Lumia 630 rumored to be announced in early April
Nokia could be planning to announce its next two Windows Phones at Microsoft’s Build conference, which takes place between April 2 and April 4 in San Francisco.
This is according to MyNokiaBlog, reportedly hearing “whispers” about what to expect at Build aside from the formal introduction of Windows Phone 8.1 (which will apparently happen there too). The story goes that Nokia will be there presenting two new devices, the Lumia 930 and the Lumia 630.
As their names imply, one is going to be high-end, and the other a lower-midrange offering. The Lumia 930, codenamed Martini, hasn’t leaked yet, believe it or not. Though it could just be a Lumia Icon destined for international markets (as that’s a Verizon exclusive).
The Lumia 630 (seen in the leaked press renders above and codenamed Moneypenny) has so far been rumored to come with a 4.5-inch 854×480 touchscreen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, and 1 GB of RAM. Based on its name, the Lumia 630 should be the successor to the Lumia 620 from 2012, which came with a 3.8-inch 800×480 touchscreen and 512 MB of RAM. We’re assuming the Lumia 630 will fit in the same price bracket as its predecessor.
As this is just an unconfirmed rumor at this point, make sure you don’t take it too seriously. But don’t discard it as impossible either.
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