Our full Nokia Lumia 630 unboxing video, with a first look at this vibrantly colourful £89 Windows Phone 8.1 handset.
Nokia is set to take on Motorola’s Moto E with its own budget smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 630, which comes in at four pence cheaper than Motorola’s Android offering. Just £89.95 bags you this 4.5-inch Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone, which packs a quad-core processor and 5-megapixel camera, and here’s our full unboxing and first-look review of this fantastic new mobile.
So far we’re happy with the way the Lumia 630 looks and feels. The range of colours, one of Nokia’s trademarks in its Lumia smartphones, adds a sense of fun to the phone, while the chunky build is strangely endearing and rather old-school. Windows Phone 8.1 seems to really improve the overall experience too, adding in lots of features that admittedly should have been there before. Check out our Windows Phone 8.1 preview for more info.
The Nokia Lumia 630 hits UK stores at the end of May, but are you tempted to go grab one, or do you prefer the look of Motorola’s cut-price smartphones? Give us a shout in the comments below, and check back in a couple of days for our full Lumia 630 review and comparisons with the best sub-£100 smartphones.