After the roll-out of its very first Android running Nokia X and affordable Nokia 220 Dual SIM which went on sale in the Indian market this week, the Finnish phone maker now seems to be planning to introduce a new mid-range device in Lumia line-up next month. The alleged image of the phone, which is will be reportedly dubbed as Lumia 630, has been revealed by notorious leaker @evleaks via his Twitter account early this month.
The official press image of the next Lumia family member reveals similar design traits to the Nokia X range which were announced at Mobile World Congress earlier this year.
The leaker however hasn’t mentioned the specifications of the device, but according to rumours, the Lumia 630 will pack 4.3-inch WVGA display, and will be powered by a 1.7GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU coupled with 1GB RAM.
According to Sofica, which measures how fast a camera is, the phone will include 5MP rear camera with no LED flash support, dual-SIM support, and will run on latest Windows Phone 8.1 OS.
The phone, which also includes LTE connectivity support, is expected to be announced along with a variant Lumia 635 at Microsoft’s Build conference next month where some more Windows Phone 8.1 devices are also expected to be released.