Estimated Price Rs.5,499
FindYogi Index 3.40 (out of 5)

This product is recommended by our experts. The current price may not be cheapest but is good to buy at.

Key Features

  • Dual Sim, Micro-SIM, GSM + GSM
  • 5 Megapixels Camera with Flash
  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • 4.5 Inch Display,480 x 854 pixels
  • 8 GB Internal Memory
  • 512 MB RAM

Price of Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim in India

Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim price in India is Rs.5,499.

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Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim Specifications

Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Sim Support Dual Sim, Micro-SIM, GSM + GSM
Phone Dimensions 129.5 x 66.7 x 9.2 mm
Phone Weight 134 grams
Keypad Touch
SAR Value 1.51 W/kg (head) 1.52 W/kg (body)
Screen Size 4.5 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 64.63%)
Screen Resolution 480 x 854 Pixels, 218 ppi
Screen Type IPS LCD, With 16 M Colors
Touch Type Capacitive With Multitouch
Screen Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Photo & Video
Camera ✔ 5 Megapixel
Front Camera
Camera Features Digital Zoom-4x, Auto Focus, Touch focus, Landscape orientation, Auto and manual exposure, Auto and manual white balance, Full screen viewfinder, Geotagging, Automatic photo upload to web services, Full resolution photo and video upload
Video Recording ✔ 720 x 1280 Pixels at 30 fps
Front Flash
Operating System Windows Phone 8.1
Processor 1.2 GHz , Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 8926 Quad Core
RAM 512 MB
GPU (Graphics) Adreno 305
User Interface Windows UI
Battery 1830 mAh, Li-ion
Battery Standby Up to 648 hrs
Battery Talk Time Up to 16 hrs 20 min (2G) / Up to 13 hrs 10 min (3G)
3G ✔ HSDPA, 21.1 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
Wi-Fi ✔ with Tethering
USB Connectivity ✔ microUSB v2.0
GPS ✔ with A-GPS support and GLONASS
Bluetooth ✔ v4.0
Support NFC
External Display Connectivity DLNA
E-mail ✔ with Push E-mail
Document Reader
FM Radio
Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV
PDF Reader
Phonebook Memory Practically Unlimited Contacts
Internal Storage 8 GB
Expandable Memory microSD, upto 128 GB
Other Features
Sensors Accelerometer
Quick Charging
Additional Features Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, SNS integration, 7GB free SkyDrive storage, ClearBlack display, Touch UI, ClearBlack Display Technology, Conference Call, Speed Dialing, Loudspeaker, Call Divert, Lync (Corporate IM) free download, Company Hub for enterprise applications, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive storage for documents and notes, Adobe Reader free download, Lumia Color profile, Wide viewing angle, Calculator, Clock, Calendar, Alarm clock, Reminders, Phonebook, To-do list, Family Room, Kid's Corner, OneNote, Social networks in Phonebook, Wallet, Notifications

Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim Overview

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The Good

  • Windows 8.1
  • QuadCore Snapdragon
  • Design

The Bad

  • Missing LED flash
  • Missing Secondary camera
  • No Ambient light sensor

The Bottom Line

Good Windows phone for the daily usage and a upgrade from the Lumia 520 and 525 but fails to address the shortcomings of both. Nokia seems to have left out many crucial features like the Flash in an attempt to keep the price low.

Nokia Lumia 630 is the first and the only dual sim device in the Lumia family. It comes with Windows 8.1 out of the box and brings some really innovative features with it. Lumia 630 has been priced wisely and is expected to take the advantage of the void that exists between the Moto E and the G with respect to the price points.Hardware has also been updated with a newer faster ones  

Design and Build:

Lumia 630 is built slightly different from the other Lumia brothers. It has a tapered look without the bold edges. The capacitive touch buttons have been pushed into the screen and will eat into the screen resolution. 630 is matt finish and imparted with a slightly rough texture. Volume rocker, power buttons and the dedicated camera button have a rubberized feel and offer a greater level of accessibility. The rear is plain yet solid and houses the usual camera lens and the Nokia logo engraved in the middle. The battery lid can be opened to access the dual sim slot. Bold colors have always been Lumias strong point and 630 is no different. 

Camera Performance:

Lumia 630 is endowed with a 5MP camera. The camera sensor is capable of capturing detailed shots at multiple exposure level even in the absence of a HDR mode. The camera application of Windows 8.1 lets you take bursts shots and also allows you to switch to other lens mode with a single tap. The abscense of a secondary camera will be felt with the app market getting crowded with video chat applications. Nokia shouldnt have deprived consumers of a LED flash especially considering the price point. If you need those extra teeny tiny features like the Panaroma mode and cinemagraph you can always head over to the Nokia app section in the store and download them.

Display Clarity:

Lumia 630 plays host to a 4.5 inch IPS display unit which resolves into 480 x 854 pixels. Pixel intensity stands at a slightly lower 217ppi. The screen has good viewing angles and the clear black screen is extremely instrumental for people using phone outdoors. Display has an uncanny habit of picking up fingerprints and this can get annoying at times. The capacitive buttons pushed into the screen feel outlandish and are difficult to operate for people who have thick digits. Touch is extremely responsive and fluid. 

Processing Speed:

Lumia 630 is powered by a 1.2GHz Quad core Snapdragon processor. This particular chipset is extremely agile and frugal at the same time. Adreno GPU runs the high end gaming titles without a fuss. Their are no framedrops and the gameplay is slick. Windows 8.1 is richer in graphics and the dual sim interface makes it a wee bit heavier than the previous versions yet the Snapdragon 400 manages to handle all the tasks thrown at it with a degree of exuberance. The only short coming is the 512MB RAM which doesn't run some of the non optimized gaming titles.

Power On It:

Removable 1830 mAh battery provides enough juice to run the 4.3 inch Lumia 630 for a complete day with mixed usage. The phone starts getting slightly heated up and if you run high end titles like the Asphalt then the battery drain is a little bit faster as with any other phones. 


Lumia 630 is a very good budget Windows phone and the preloaded 8.1 with the notification center and the improvised UI make it a tempting buy. Quad core Qualcomm 400 leaves no stones unturned when it comes to performance and handling extreme multitasking. The 512MB RAM is a bit of a letdown but on the other hand the very fact that Microsoft are working to optimize all the games for the 512MB Windows phone. Solid and bold design makes it easier to make statements and stand apart from the crowd of Samsung.

Windows Phone 1gb Ram Quardcore Processer


Good batterylife and 3g connectyvity


You can check Lumia 630. its reallly a nice device with decent specs and a decent price tag. Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim Also, if you can let us know your budget we may try to search for more suitable options for you. You can also check our best windows phone list for best device in different price range: Top 10 Windows Mobiles in India

Best Smartphone


I am confused between nokia lumia 630 dual sim phone and nokia xl. plz suggest which one is best to buy


I will say the choice between the two device is very easy. If you want to have Android Device then Go for nokia XL and if you want to have hands on Windows phone 8 OS then go for Lumia 630... Other Specs are pretty much same. Check the detail comparision between specs of the two devices: Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim vs Nokia XL


I would never advice for Nokia X series. It neither gives you an android experience nor the windows experience. It's just a failed experiment. Also, now the X series is being discontinued. Lumia for that matter is pretty good.

I Am A Blackberry Fan, I Want To Buy A Model, But Confused!!!


I want to buy a blackberry phone. I am just confused that what should I buy BB10 os phone or BB7 os phone. I like the qwerty keypad. So, I am little confused about it. I don't want any big and heavy weight phone. I have chosen Blackberry Curve 9220. But, I can't afford Rs.399 plan where BB10 does not need any BIS plan. Please help me. Or suggest me any other windows mobile under Rs. 10000.


Sorry I am pretty confused if you are still looking for blackberry or you are thinking to Switch to windows mobile now. If you are looking for blackberry then I will Blackberry 9220 or Blackberry 9650 as both has qwerty keypas as you would like and are good device. But if you are thinking to go for windows phone I will really suggest to go for it over blackeberry. you can check Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim. It is a strong processor, decent display, powerful camera and battery. Dual sim will be an added advantage. Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim Snapdeal, Amazon and flipkart all are selling the device at almost same price. In the above URL you can get the list of seller and the price they are offering as well so you can select the best you feel. Happy shopping..

Nokia With Windows Or Android Operated Mobile


I am planning to buy mobile which can be used for office work also, is Nokia 630 Windows 8.1 a better choice or should I go for a Android based Mobile???


For official use Window's may be good choice but it depends upon the application types and usage you are looking for. Window's may have limited Application available around where as Android have a huge set of application available in its play store. Nokia Lumia 630 is a decent device. The Quad core processor will provide you an satisfying performance experience and 8GB internal memory is also decent for general usage. Display is the only set back, I feel the device have. but rest specs looks good for the priice tag. So if you are looking for the deviec below 10K and for official use much where Window phone have the applications you need then you may go for this device. Check the bet avilable price: Nokia Lumia 630


Thanks Nilesh.

Windows Smartphone Within 11k


I want to buy a Windows phone under 11k. It will be basically for office of the smart phone features will be an added advantage. My preference is Nokia Lumia 630 but are 1800mAh battery & 512 MB RAM great drawbacks whilst Win OS 8.1 + Quad Core Processor. Please advice if I should consider any other phones. Budget is stringent!


If you are looking specifically for Windows Phone then this is a best available option in this price range. 512MB RAM is less but I believe1.2GHz Quad core processor will suffice your performance expectation and is good for daily use as you mentioned. The 1800mAH battery can last for Up to 16 hrs 20 min with 2G when it is fully charged so I think for office use this device will be a best option for you. You can also check a quick comparision of Nokia 630 with Android operating Nokia XL as it can be an another available option for you: Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim vs Nokia XL

How Is Nokia Lumia 630 As Compared With Moto G?


I was looking out for a low end smartphone in the budget of 10-12k. I liked Moto G but then i saw that Nokia has released a dual sim Windows phone. My primary concern would be that i need a fast lag free phone.


Ronit, Lumia 630 is good and has the same processing grunt as the Moto G. The only difference is the price of 2-3k. Windows 8.1 is a great update with tons of new features. However Lumia 630 falls short in the race because Nokia has excluded important features like the LED flash and the Secondary camera. Moto G 16GB