Nokia Lumia 630 aka Moneypenny, an entry-level Windows Phone handset from Nokia is expected to see the light of the day at Build 2014 next month.
We’ve heard quite a lot about the device, and recently, it made another appearance on Sofica, a camera testing website, where a handset with model number RM-974 was spotted in the CamSpeed test — believed to be the upcoming Nokia Lumia 630.
The handset spotted at the website was featuring a 5MP camera without a flash, which goes in line with all the leaked renders we’ve seen, thanks to the prolific @evleaks. Additionally, the folks at Sofica tweeted that its powered by Windows Phone 8.1, so it could very well be the alleged Nokia Lumia 630, all set to launch on Build 2014.
The handset is rumored to come with a 4.5-inch display boasting a resolution of 854 x 400 pixels and should come with a quad core Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB of RAM, as well as single and dual-SIM flavors.
There’s no word about any other specification or the pricing plan it will launch with, but we’re guessing it will not be too high, and should be near the price Lumia 625 launched with. Build 2014 is just a few days away, and we’ll find out how much truth lies in all these rumors.
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