The Lumia 630 and Lumia 635 were announced by Nokia during the first keynote at Microsoft’s Build 2014 conference last week but already we’re starting to see some international pricing turn up.
In most areas, the single-SIM Lumia 630 will be available in May for $159 while the dual-SIM version has a suggested price of $169. Not so for Italy though it seems, where a contest being hosted by Vodafone suggests the retail pricing for the device will start at €149.99 or $206 USD, if you prefer.
That's not too much of a pricing difference from what Nokia told everyone but at least now we know what to expect. If you're looking for more info, be sure to check out our topic page to learn more about the Lumia 630.
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