In this gallery, we offer a visual tour of the recently announced Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 635, the latest additions to Nokia's mid-range Windows Phone device portfolio. The two devices have an identical external design, but can be distinguished by their cellular specifications. The Lumia 630 is a 3G device, with both single and dual SIM variants, while the Lumia 635 is a 4G device and is only available in a single SIM variant.
The Lumia 630 shown in the pictures below is a single SIM variant. This is the variant that will be shipping in most Western European markets. The dual SIM version will ship in select Asian and Latin American market. Both variants of the Lumia 630 are expected to go on sale next month, making them the first "new" Windows Phone 8.1 devices. The Lumia 635 will follow in select markets later in the summer.
Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 (click images to expand):
Nokia Lumia 630 size comparison with Lumia 620 and Lumia 625.
Nokia Lumia 630 and 635. There's no difference in design, but the 635 will ship with a different set of covers in some markets. However, given the cover are replaceable it's not really a distinguishing characteristic.
Lumia 630 in hand - it is similar in size to other 4.5 inch screen smartphones.
Lumia 635 from the back, note the absence of accompanying LED flash for the camera.
Lumia 630 showing Windows Phone's customisable background on the Start screen.
Lumia 630 from the side, note the absence of a camera shutter button.
Removeable covers for the Lumia 630 / 635.
Lumia 630 in the hand, it's a good middle of the road size, similar to the Lumia 920 / 925.
Nokia Lumia 630 from the back, the dot in the lower right side of the case is the grille for the mono speaker.
Running Windows Phone 8.1 you can see VPN connections are now support. We expected this to be a popular entry level business handset, as well as having broad consumer appeal.
Windows Phone 8.1 offers updated and new versions of "sense" software.
Lumia 630 in camera mode (using standard Windows Phone camera app). To take picture you'll need to tap on the screen, as there is no camera cpature button.
Nokia Lumia 635 (honest) - if we had a SIM in the device you would see a LTE icon.
Lumia 635 showing Windows Phone's new Action Center (notifications).
Both the Lumia 630 and 635 comes with HERE Maps and HERE Drive+ pre-installed.
Back of the Lumia 635. The camera is a standard 5 megapixel unit (decent, given the price point).
The lock/power and volume keys are colour matched.