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German automaker, BMW, is said to acquire 57,000 Microsoft Lumia smartphones to replace older Nokia Symbian devices which were purchased just a year ago for its employees.
The latest report from AdDuplex shows that the new low-end Lumia 630/635 is gaining ground, that Windows Phone 8.1 is now the dominant OS and unveils at least three new Lumia devices.
We take a look at the latest data on Microsoft's mobile ecosystem to note that the Lumia 630 is a success and is quickly becoming the top selling Windows Phone around the world.
Microsoft's most affordable 4G handset, the Lumia 635, is currently available to buy off-contract from just $84.99, with a 4.5-inch display, 5MP rear camera, 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 and 8GB storage.
Carphone Warehouse says it will offer exclusive colour variants of Microsoft's handsets, including the Lumia 530, 630 and 635 in yellow; and the new Lumia 735 4G 'selfie phone' in 'brilliant blue'.
Taking a look at the latest report we see that Windows Phone is still strong in the low-end of the market with the recently launched Lumia 630 model doing well across the board.
Microsoft's low-cost Windows Phone 8.1 device, the 3G-only Lumia 630, is now available for just £89.95 in the UK - the price at which it was first promoted by Microsoft over three months ago.
Microsoft is giving away Lumia smartphones to Chinese factory workers who choose to quit their jobs voluntarily, as the company is in the process of laying off staff globally over the coming months.
The latest data shows that the new Lumia 630 is doing quite well in the market and that WP 8.1 adoption is also growing fast. Not only that, but we get new hints of future Windows Phone devices.
Microsoft today announced its most affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device, the Nokia Lumia 530, priced from just €85 / $115 - but how does it compare with its other low-cost handset, the Lumia 630?
We're giving away a Nokia Lumia 630 Windows Phone 8.1 handset, thanks to the lovely people at Microsoft UK. The contest is open to everyone around the world though, and there's loads of ways to enter!
Unlocked Lumia 630 and Lumia 930 devices from Microsoft are no longer allowing users to change their default search engines. Whether the issue is a deliberate decision or a bug remains to be seen.
The Lumia 630 is Microsoft's new entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 device, and one of the cheapest handsets available. But is this low-cost smartphone any good, or should you take your money elsewhere?
When Microsoft launched its Lumia 630 in the UK, it said the device would cost "only £89.95". A month later, not one of the five launch partners that Microsoft named has priced the 630 as low as this.
We take a look at how battery life on the low-cost Lumia 630 Windows Phone holds up in the real world, including how failing to adjust one setting can cause the battery to drain faster than expected.
A common criticism of the Lumia 630 is that it's a 'step back' from the earlier Lumia 625. But is that fair? We look at how the two Windows Phones compare - both on paper and in the real world.
Despite being cheaper than the entry-level Lumia 630 Windows Phone, Nokia's new X2 Android handset actually has better specs in some areas. Check out our side-by-side comparison of the two devices.
Our in-depth review of the Lumia 630 continues with a look at what Nokia has included in the box along with the new entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 handset - and what it has chosen to leave out.
Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be exploring the entry-level Lumia 630 in depth, in a series of articles leading up to our full review - starting today with an overview of what it has to offer.
A new variant of Microsoft's Lumia 630/635 is now available for pre-order in China. The Lumia 638 features 4G LTE connectivity, dual-SIM support and 1GB of RAM - twice that of its siblings.
The new ad for the Lumia 630 is designed to showcase popular apps on Windows Phone. It aims to improve the public's view that Microsoft's platform is lagging behind the competition in terms of apps.
Microsoft has updated the Bing Health and Fitness app on Windows Phone to utilize the pedometer sensor in the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635 smartphones to enable activity tracking on those devices.
What would you like to know about the new Lumia 630? We've got our hands on the new affordable Windows Phone, and while we're testing it for a full review, we'll be answering your questions about it.
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Microsoft announced today that the Nokia Lumia 630 will launch in the UK on May 29 priced at £89.95 off-contract. It will be available via Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Tesco, EE and O2.
Microsoft today launched its affordable Windows Phone 8.1 device, the Lumia 630, in Brazil - and it has a feature not yet seen on 630s in other parts of the world: integrated digital TV support.
The affordable Lumia 630 is the first device designed for Windows Phone 8.1 to go on sale and, following its launch in Asia, will soon be available in Europe for €119 (single-SIM) / €129 (dual-SIM).
Microsoft has launched the Lumia 630 in India, with a dual-SIM variant of the Windows Phone 8.1 device going on sale this week, followed by a single-SIM version next month, priced from Rs.10,500.
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Nokia has announced a new device, the Lumia 630 and we got our hands on the phone which is a low-cost and entry level device that is designed for emerging markets.
Nokia has announced the Lumia 630 and 635 which will build on the success of Lumia 520. Both handsets share similar specifications with the exception of the 635's 4G / LTE radio.
A new press rendering of the Lumia 630 has been released by @evleaks ahead of today's scheduled announcement by Nokia. The rendering follows a similar leak of the Lumia 930 earlier today.
As the announcement at BUILD 2014 draws near, the Windows Phone 8.1 name has already started appearing on the Windows Phone Store in app descriptions confirming that it will indeed be the final name.
Newly posted videos shows a build of Windows Phone 8.1 running on a developer version of Nokia's upcoming Lumia 630 smartphone, a few days away from Microsoft's BUILD conference.
Nokia is sending out invites to media outlets, including Neowin, to attend a press event in San Francisco on April 2nd, and it will center on new Lumia announcements.
Yet another leaked image of Nokia's upcoming Lumia 630 has found its way to the Internet, showing that the Windows Phone smartphone will be available in five different colors.
Gadget leaker "evleaks" has posted a Twitter message suggesting that Nokia could be holding a press event on April 19th, which if true could see the company reveal some new Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
Hardware specs for the still unannounced Nokia Lumia 630 have reportedly leaked to the Internet, which claim the 4.5 inch device will run Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box.
Famous gadget information source, evleaks, has posted a press shot of the upcoming Nokia Lumia 630 which has been known by its codename "Moneypenny" and is expected to be unveiled at MWC on Monday.
Nokia's upcoming Lumia 630 home screen has leaked and shows support for dual SIM cards and the Lumia 635 will have dual SIM support and 4G support but no word on when these phones will be released.