The much-rumored Nokia Lumia 530 has officially been unveiled by Microsoft as the most affordable entry-level Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone to date. Lumia 630 sports a 4 inches FWVGA LCD display (with ClearBlack, sorry!), a 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 process based on Snapdragon 200 chipset and 512MB of RAM. It’ll be priced at €85 ($114) excluding taxes and subsidies.
Nokia Lumia 630 received a minor new OS update (version 8.10.12397.895) earlier today. This new OS update brings several bug-fixes including a patch for continuous focus issue in recently-updated Nokia Camera app. This update is being rolled out over-the-air and it might take some time before it reaches your device.
Using the new continuous autofocus feature, Lumia 630 users will now be able to keep their camera automatically focused while capturing videos without having to tap the screen. Apart from fixing the aforementioned issue, this update lets users place Skype video calls right from the phone dialer using a new inbuilt skype button that has replaced Lumia’s antediluvian video-call button. [Read more…]
Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off its next-gen Nokia X Android smartphone, named Nokia X2 Dual SIM. Nokia X2 (RM-1013) comes with a generous new 4.3 inches Nokia ClearBlack display panel alongside a slew of under-the-hood upgrades aimed at giving it an extra performance boost with a new dual core Cortex A7 CPU based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chip and a 2 gigabytes RAM.