Nokia announced new smartphones to release the update to Windows Phone 8.1. One of them is the Nokia Lumia 630, a simple terminal that aims to become a bestseller like the Nokia Lumia 520. The Finnish company has some very affordable models with interesting features and these are the two most obvious examples. The Nokia Lumia 520 is one of the input terminals range best value offers users, so it became the Windows Phone’s sold to date. The Nokia Lumia 630 does nothing but continue the same line, aiming for a very balanced profile and technical functions of the software updated with the latest version of the mobile system of Microsoft. You analyze the differences between these two models.
The new Nokia Lumia 630 is positioned ahead of its teammate with a slightly larger screen. The terminal board is 4.5 inches diagonally and is equipped with technology ClearBlack, which improves contrast and display up eliminating possible reflections. It has resolution FWVGA (854 x 480 pixels) and a density of 221 ppi. Meanwhile the Nokia Lumia 520, has a screen 4 inches with a resolution WVGA (800 x 480 pixels), so that its density is higher in Specifically 235 pies. This model comes with ClearBlack system, but it compensates with technology Super Sensitive Touch, which increases the sensitivity of the panel so much that can be handled with gloves.
Nokia bets on a line of very similar design and in both cases you find a polycarbonate shell that covers the back and all the edges and has bright colors. The Nokia Lumia 520 has straighter corners, while the Lumia 630 slightly smoothed forms. Logically, the latest model is bigger and a little heavier, but the increase is very discreet and both respond to the concept of smartphones compact and manageable.
No significant differences in the photographic section, at least not in terms of hardware. The two have a sensor 1/4 inch with 5-megapixel resolution and is accompanied by the basic functions. We talked about the auto focus, digital zoom (4x), geo-tagging and recording videos, which in both cases is performed as HD720p at 30 frames per second. It’s also share the same lens that has a focal length of 28 mm, opening f/2.4 and can focus on objects at a distance of 10 centimeters. The difference comes with compatible features and here wins the Nokia Lumia 630. The new model supports functions such as Nokia and Nokia Refocus Storyteller. Both have other enhancements as Nokia Smart Camera, Cinemagraph lens or panoramic.
The Nokia Lumia 630 wins the battle of power with processor quad-core Snapdragon 400 operating at 1.2 GHz clock frequency. The Nokia Lumia 520 features a Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1 Ghz. Both are supported by 512 MB of RAM, a figure that may seem small, but do not forget that Windows Phone platform is a very fluid does not need many resources to function well.
Both have a background of 8 GB to store all kinds of files and have 7 Gb free OneDrive, Microsoft cloud. They also accept memory cards MicroSD, but the Nokia Lumia 630 will be advanced to support units of no less than 128 GB
As mentioned earlier, the Nokia Lumia 630 is one of the models releases Windows Phone 8.1, so it offers a number of inherent benefits of the new version. Among the new features of this release is the Cortana voice assistant, Siri sounds like Apple or Google Android Now. Has a new notification center with buttons to activate the connections; interface has changed and accepts three columns of Live Tiles, plus you can add wallpapers. It also has the WordFlow keyboard to write with gestures, Internet Explorer 11, WiFi Sense, improvements in safety and function Quiet Hours (quiet hours). Nokia confirmed that the Nokia Lumia 520 will be updated soon to Windows Phone 8.1, so that there should be differences in this area. However, it is very likely to have features not reach the Lumia 520, but for now the specifics are not known. Otherwise, both have shared services as One Drive, Microsoft Office, Nokia HERE and the lens to the camera.
Nokia remains the same connection profile for these two models, with the only difference that the new Nokia Lumia 630 is the system DLNA. Otherwise, you find the same systems, including the connection to mobile networks 3G (21 Mbps), WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, satellite Glonass, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, MicroUSB 2.0 connector and the standard headphones.
The Nokia Lumia 630 has a battery of 1,830 milliamps, which, according to Nokia, may be between 16 and 13 hours in conversation and around 9.4 or 8.8 hours in sailing, all depending on the connection you use one each time. Weather in rest would be 25 days. Meanwhile the Nokia Lumia 520 has a stack of 1,430 milliamps could be connected between 9.6 and 14.8 hours in conversation and about 6.7 or 6.2 hours when surfing the Internet.