Nokia announced that the Lumia 630 will start going on sale today. The Microsoft-owned smartphone-maker says that sales of the Lumia 630 will start in Asia this week and that the device will be headed to Europe and the U.S. after.
The Lumia 630 was introduced recently at Microsoft's Build conference and will ship out of the box with the latest Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. There are two variants to choose from — a single-SIM and a dual-SIM model.
The Lumia 630 single-SIM model is expected to retail for 119€ before taxes while the dual-SIM model will go for 129€. The phone will be available in colorful shells that can be swapped out in hues such as bright orange, bright green, bright yellow, black, and white.
The Lumia 630 ships with a 4.5-inch screen with Gorilla Glass 3, a quad-core processor that supports the SensorCore tech used for fitness tracking, and an 1830 mAh battery.
In the U.S., a 4G LTE variant of the Lumia 630 known as the Lumia 635 will be headed to AT&T, Metro PCS, and T-Mobile this summer. Be sure to check out our unboxing and hands-on video below.