Nokia Lumia 630/635


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Key specifications
Nokia Lumia 630Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIMNokia Lumia 635
Operating SystemWindows Phone 8.1Windows Phone 8.1Windows Phone 8.1
Display4.5-inch FWVGA display, ClearBlack LCD, Gorilla 34.5-inch FWVGA display, ClearBlack LCD, Gorilla 34.5-inch FWVGA display, ClearBlack LCD, Gorilla 3
ConnectivityHSPA+ 21Mbps/5.76Mbps, Wi-Fi (b/g/n), BT 4, micro-USBHSPA+ 21Mbps/5.76Mbps, Wi-Fi (b/g/n), BT 4, micro-USBLTE 100Mbps/50Mbps, HSPA+ 42Mbps (dual carrier)/5.76Mbps, Wi-Fi (b/g/n), BT 4, micro-USB
Processor1.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 4001.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 4001.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
Memory512 MB RAM, 8GB eMMC with 128GB micro SD card support512 MB RAM, 8GB eMMC with 128GB micro SD card support512 MB RAM, 8GB eMMC with 128GB micro SD card support


Anteriormente nos rumores:

Nokia “GoldFinger” and “MoneyPenny” to be First Nokia WP 8.1/Blue Devices + “3D Touch”?

MNBTeam | November 14, 2013
According to @evleaks, the ever reliable source on anything in the pipelines (Nokia or not), two of the devices he previously mentioned “goldfinger” and “moneypenny” could be Nokia’s first WP 8.1/Blue devices. Blue update is set to be the large overhaul for WP bringing a number of features, including possibly a notification center, quick toggles and separate volume controls; but none of these have been confirmed yet.

Nokia Goldfinger and Moneypenny are shaping up to be the first Windows Phone Blue devices.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) November 14, 2013

If Nokia follow their naming scheme, these devices should be named XX30, as the tens digit represents the Windows Phone version number. We’re sure to see a lot more of these leaks in the future, but hopefully Blue isn’t too far off.
According to the Verge, Nokia’s first WP 8.1 devices may debut Nokia’s “3D Touch” a technology that basically enables touch gestures outside the touch screen/glass. These features may use special hardware sensors to detect movements on or around the phone, such as hover gestures ( a feature present in the GS4) and swipes on the side or back of the phone.


Muito interessante a parte do 3D touch...
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Nham nham...

Nokia “Moneypenny” shows up for testing in India with a dual-SIM variant

Dec 9, 2013 4:01 pm by damaster | Add comment


A few weeks ago we reported that Nokia is planning two new upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 devices – “Goldfinger” and “Moneypenny” – with the latter being a low-cost device that comes with a dual-SIM variant. It appears that the Nokia “Moneypenny” has shown up on� (via NokiaPowerUser), a website that tracks Indian import and shipment data, with a product code of RM-977. Check out a screenshot below showing the shipment listing:


As shown in the listing above, the device was being imported into India from the Finland headquarters for internal testing and evaluation purposes. Given the large screen size of 4.5-inch, there’s reasons to believe that this is a Lumia device rather than an Asha. If this is the case, what’s interesting is that it confirms there are two variants of the device - one with single-SIM and another with dual-SIM, confirming previous rumors that Nokia “Moneypenny” will be the first dual-SIM Windows Phone devices. The estimated value of the devices, which converts to approximately USD130 (note that the final pricing is usually higher), also confirms that this device will be targeted at the low-end market.
Regarding the software side, Nokia “Moneypenny” being one of the first Windows Phone 8.1 devices will come with a notification center, actionable notifications, and a Siri-like personal digital assistant codenamed “Cortana”. Microsoft is planning to unveil Windows Phone 8.1 at Mobile World Congress 2014, scheduled to begin on February 24, 2014.


Parece que vai ser uma variação do Nokia Lumia 520 mas com 1GB de RAM:

Nokia Lumia 520 Dual SIM Model, RM-977 Coming Soon

It has been rumored that Nokia has been working on a phone that features a 4.5 inch display, and is built along the design lines of Lumia 520. Not only it features a bigger display but also features dual SIM functionality that lets you use two SIMs. The leaked report suggests that the phone will cost between $100-130, which will definitely make it a massive hit.

Couple of weeks back, Nokia unveiled Lumia 525, which is same specs as 520 but features 1GB RAM instead of 512MB. The RM-977 will be true upgrade as it will add dual SIM functionality in addition to 1GB RAM (which allows the users to run all apps in WP marketplace).

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Parece que se vai chamar Lumia 630/635 conforme os países ou operadoras:

Nokia Moneypenny to be the Lumia 630/635 with Dual-SIM

December 19, 2013 | By Surur

evLeaks has been dribbling out information slowly about Nokia’s Q1 2014 line-up, and in his latest revelation he has given the Nokia Moneypenny a real name – that of the Lumia 630 or 635.

The numbering scheme would place the handset in the same pricing bracket as the popular Nokia Lumia 620, ie cheap but very capable. evLeaks has previously confirmed the handset will have dual-SIM capability, but this will only be in some configurations.

The handset will run Windows Phone 8.1, which would mean features such as a notification manager and file manager. That could mean we would have to wait for Q2 2014 to see the devices hit the market.

evLeaks also confirmed the Nokia Spinnel is an ASHA handset, which means the only code-name still unaccounted for is the Nokia Phantom, which certainly sounds mysterious enough.



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Cá em Portugal não tanto mas na América do Sul e Ásia é muito usual as pessoas terem dual-sim
Mais uma boa estratégia para conquistarem mercado com a diversidade de opções.


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Continuo a não ver nenhuma vantagem em ter botões no ecrã..seja em Windows Phone ou em qualquer sistema.
Isso para mim só teria lógica se estivéssemos a falar de tlms com bezel de 1 ou 2mm.


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Sim, também não vejo qualquer utilidade. Tanto no Moto G como no Nexus 5 isso acontece e faz-me não gostar do design e muito menos do facto de ter menos espaço útil no ecrã.
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O espaço não diminui. Se fores a ver, a resolução do ecrã aumentou para ter os botões. Um Lumia 620, por exemplo, tem uma resolução de 800x480. Este tem 854x480, ou seja, o espaço útil do ecrã continua a ser o mesmo.
Eu acho que ficam melhores sem botões, sempre achei o N9 mais bonito que o Lumia 800 por causa disso, mas são gostos.
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Eu sei disso. Estava a falar dos dois aparelhos com Android que mencionei.
O N9 é diferente. O design privilegiava a ausência de botões com aquele bezel estilo moldura. No Moto G, tens um aparelho todo preto. Com o ecrã desligado, é um bloco preto.
Ainda não sei como vai ser o design deste 630/635, mas é possível sim criar algo apelativo mesmo que não tenha botões.
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