It feels like the Nokia Lumia 630 (and its partner in crime, the 635) have been hanging over our head forever. The codename Moneypenny first leaked back in November, and a month later we had the phones’ Lumia-series names. Multiple screenshots followed, and for a while that was it, up until the leak last week of the render you see above. As we wait for the handset to go public (and presumably, that will happen shortly after Microsoft formally introduces Windows Phone 8.1, if not simultaneously), we’ve got some new 630 leaks to check out, including some hardware specs.
Unsurprisingly, this is far removed from a flagship device, supposed to get a 4.5-inch FWVGA display, Snapdragon 400 SoC, and 1GB of RAM. Dimensions describe the phone’s silhouette, but we’re still at a loss for thickness or its weight, arguably the more important figures.
While none of that’s too exciting, we need to keep the phone’s highlights in mind: the dual-SIM support, and its status as what could very well be the inaugural WP8.1 handset. Sure, updates will arrive for existing models, but until they actually get here, expect to see the 630 keep getting all this attention.