Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 930 may be unveiled at Microsoft’s Build 2014 conference, taking place from April 2-4 in San Francisco. Earlier we thought the Finnish company will announce this duo on April 19th, but alas – this is even better. Cause we won’t have to wait for two additional weeks.
And when you think about it, the Redmond-based giant will want to demonstrate its new mobile platform (Windows Phone 8.1) on some devices, and Nokia (soon to become a part of Microsoft) fits perfectly into that picture.
Anyhow, we expect the Lumia 930 to be an international variant of Verizon’s Lumia Icon, while the Lumia 630 will be successor to the Lumia 620 and 625 with more powerful hardware under the hood and on-screen keys.
In addition, we also have one other Nokia smartphone incoming – Lumia 530 aka Rock; we’re not sure whether it too will be unveiled at Microsoft’s event and can only hope that will be the case. More to come, obviously.