Nokia’s Newst Additions To The Lumia Family

Nokia recently put out their new Microsoft smartphones geared toward the mid-range market, the Lumia 630 and 635. Both of these new handsets feature a 4.5-inch screen with a 854 x 480 resolution, and a 1.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The only real difference between the two new devices is that the Lumia 360 comes in 3G with single and dual sim slots, and the Lumia 635 has 4G LTE compatibility.

One of the biggest draws to Nokia’s line of Lumia phones has been their crazy bright colors and changeable shell colors such as green, white, black, pink, and many others. The other biggest draw is their low price. Both of the new handsets will continue that trend.

The biggest new draw for this newest set of handsets is the operating system. They come with Windows 8.1, which has the highly anticipated Cortana voice assistant and a brand new notification center. These are both Nokia’s biggest weapons in the fight against Apple and Android.

Everyone who is in the market for a budget smartphone can get behind the price of these new phones. The single sim version of the Lumia 630 only costs $150, and it will be only a mere $10 more for the dual sim version. AT&T, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS will all offer the 4G LTE version as well for only $179.

The phones will both also be available outside of the United States in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and South America. These places can plan on seeing the phone some time next month.

One of the crazy decisions that Nokia made on these, though, is the stripped down camera section. For those of you who use your phone as your camera as well, you’ll probably find yourself being a little bit disappointed. The new Lumia phones do not have a physical camera button, which most other Windows phone share. It also doesn’t have any front facing camera. The only thing you are going to get is a 5-megapixel rear camera with no flash. That’s right, no flash at all. But, what do you really expect for the price?

You may not get a few different fancy cameras to choose from, or even a flash, but these phones are built pretty well. For a really inexpensive price you actually get a really sturdy and reliable phone with a ton of usable features. It’s just a bare bones, good looking, simple, reliable smartphone.

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