Pictures and information about the so far unreleased Nokia Lumia 630 has turned up on Chinese website Baidu, revealing some of the specs as well as it’s release date.
According to the leak the Lumia 630, which is set to be a replacement for the Lumia 620, will launch in April running Windows Phone 8.1, just after Microsoft’s Build Conference where the 8.1/Blue platform update is expected to be unveiled. It will first go on sale in China, as the first device available running Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box.
The image below, a render of the Lumia 630 against the 620 shows that the overall design will remain fairly similar (besides size) but with a couple of noticeable differences. The Lumia 630 will have onscreen Windows Phone Buttons, a feature enabled by the 8.1 update. It also appears that the front facing camera has been removed.
Below is the specification of the Lumia 630 according to Nuoji it on tieba.baidu.com
4.5 inches touch screen
Virtual touch keys
Size: 129.5 x 66.7mm.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor
Dual SIM (variant)