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Microsoft Devices Philippines Unveiled the Nokia Lumia 630 Dual-sim

May 15, 2014 by     No Comments    Posted under: Nokia Phone

Good timing for the first event of Microsoft Devices in the Philippines as they officially announced the Nokia Lumia 630 smartphone

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Nokia Lumia 630 has a 4.5 inch IPS FWVGA display with Gorilla Glass 3 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 400. Best of all, the device is already dual-sim which is important if you have separate numbers for your friends or business. What’s cool is you can create 2 different live tiles representing 2 different sim cards so you only need to touch one tile on which you want to use for calling.

What impressed me is that you can put it up to 128 GB of micro SD plus you can install apps from your micro SD. Good thing as for the Philippine market, this device will have free MS Office and 7 GB OneDrive cloud storage.

Nokia Lumia 630 specs:

    • Windows Phone 8.1
    • 4.5 inch IPS FWVGA LCD display
    • Gorilla Glass 3 protection
    • Dual micro sim
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2 Ghz quad-core chipset
    • Adreno 305 GPU
    • Quadband 2G, Dual band 3G
    • 512 MB RAM, 8 GB ROM
    • Micro SD up to 128 GB
    • 5 MP rear camera w/o flash, no front camera
    • Wifi b/g/n, WiFi hotspot, Bluetooh 4.0, GPS
    • Preloaded free MS Office and 7 GB OneDrive cloud storage
    • 1830 maH battery

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The Nokia Lumia 630 will be selling here in the Philippines at P7,990 this late May

Ron Barbaza is currently blogging from the Philippines at Ron Not The DJ blog at www.ronnotthedj.co.nr. He is also currently having a podcast entitled as “Ron Not The DJ Podcat” which can be downloaded thru iTunes (Windows, Mac, iOS devices) and thru IPP Podcast Player (Android)

Note: Since I am out of the country Mr. Ron is kind enough to do a blog post about the event on behalf of Tech At Hand

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