Printed from

Nokia reveals Lumia 930, Lumia 630, Lumia 635 at Microsoft Build

updated 03:09 pm EDT, Wed April 2, 2014

New Lumias will ship with Windows Phone 8.1 onboard

The former CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop, has taken to the stage at Microsoft's Build developer conference to reveal three Lumia devices running on Windows Phone 8.1. The Lumia 930 has a five-inch ClearBlack full HD display with PureView camera capabilities, while the budget-aimed Lumia 630 and Lumia 635 are smaller devices with a 4.5-inch ClearBlack display and more restrained specifications.

The Lumia 930 has a 20-megapixel PureView camera with Zeiss optics and optical image stabilization, capable of recording full HD video with directional audio recording thanks to its four microphones. Inside the metal and polycarbonate device is a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, Dolby Surround Sound processing, a front-facing 1.2MP wide-angle camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, and LTE connectivity, and a 2,420mAh battery with built-in wireless charging.

Onboard will be a Creative Studio app that adds filters and other effects to photographs, with a Living Images feature added into the improved Nokia Storyteller app. The new SensorCore, a low-powered sensor suite, turns the Lumia 930 into a fitness tracker, linking into Bing Health and Fitness to track step counts and calories burned. Nokia expects to ship the Lumia 930 in June for $599, and while it will be available initially in Europe, Asia, India, the Middle East, and Latin America before reaching other markets, it will not be initially launching in the United States.

Nokia Lumia 930
Nokia Lumia 930

Both the Lumia 630 and Lumia 635 offer a FWVGA resolution for the display, a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage with microSD card expansion, and a 1,830mAh battery. Though both offer Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, the single and dual-SIM versions of the Lumia 630 can use 3G cellular networks, while the Lumia 635 adds LTE on top.

Just as with the Lumia 930, it will ship with the Creative Studio and Storyteller apps, as well as the new SensorCore functionality. Shipping in May with a range of interchangeable shells, the Lumia 630 will ship in May for $159 in Asia, Russia, China, India, and Europe, while the Lumia 635 will be out from July for $189 in a large number of markets, with T-Mobile bringing the device to the United States.

Nokia Lumia 635
Nokia Lumia 635

Elop also advised the entire Lumia range with Windows Phone 8 will receive an over-the-air update called Lumia Cyan, upgrading all devices to Windows Phone 8.1 and adding some of Nokia's new features, including the Creative Studio. Nokia is also releasing the Imaging SDK 1.2 beta to developers, allowing for the creation of new filters and effects, and is also piloting an SDK for SensorCore

By Electronista Staff


Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.


Network Headlines

Follow us on Facebook


Most Popular


Recent Reviews

Prong PWR Case

Ultimately there's one thing we all want from smartphone accessories; we want options. When it comes to keeping our iPhone charged, we ...

iHome iBT74 Color Changing Bluetooth Speaker

There's no reason why your tech can't look good while doing what it was designed to do. That's the reason that sports cars look good a ...

Logitech Gaming Daedalus Prime Mouse

Logitech Gaming continues to expand upon its peripherals line, with each one looking to fit neatly into a breadth of gaming needs. Bui ...



Most Commented