Nokia Lumia 630 hitting UK stores on May 29
Nokia has worked wonders with the Windows Phone operating system to launch a variety of cheap hardware. The Lumia 630 is the latest smartphone from the manufacturer, which was announced today to launch in the UK on May 29th for £89.95. Sporting Windows Phone 8.1 out the box, consumers are able to enjoy a snappy experience with many features on an affordable product.
The Lumia 630 is expected to go on sale with Carphone Warehouse, EE, O2, Tesco and Amazon starting from £89.95. Colour options include bright orange, yellow, green, white and black. However, if you simply cannot wait until May 29, Unlocked Mobiles has released its first batch of units as of today though it is priced considerably higher at £149.
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Plus the Lumia Icon was in a roundabout way partially Vodafone, I hoped they'd bring it to the UK. It could still happen like a special 64GB 930??? AFIK Vodafone DE/CH are the launch networks for the 930 in those regions.
If the 630 had a flash I'd swap it for my standby 620.