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.
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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.
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.