Nokia Lumia 630 Review
The first time we saw the Lumia 630 was at Build 2014 where Microsoft showcased Windows Phone 8.1. Its 4.5-inch ClearBlack screen display is powered by a Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor , 1,830mAh battery, 5MP rear camera ( no front facing), 8GB internal storage with MicroSd expansion up to 128GB, and replaceable back covers. Though compact, the device is designed to be simple, slick, and efficient. With the addition of Windows Phone 8.1, an enhanced user experience adds a lot to what the Lumia 630 can bring to the table; with features such as Action Center, which shows new activities and notifications at a glance; Sense, a suite of features that takes the work out of managing data usage, storage space and battery life; and a fast built-in keyboard with shape writing. Having the equivalent of other competitors such as Siri and Google Now, Cortana is an assistant for your smartphone who can set reminders by time, location and people.
There isn’t much to dislike about the Lumia 630 other than the lack of a Front facing camera( in this day & age), as well as the on screen buttons and lack of a camera button. Priced at $189, the Lumia 630 gives you a mobile experience that matches high end smartphones in performance but not in price