Nokia has got a taste for the midrange now, and the company is launching an increasing number of Lumia handsets that target this price frame, from the Lumia 620 to the Lumia 625.
And now the company seems to be preparing another new member of this family later this year.
Nokia Lumia 630 is set to occupy the same store shelves as the Lumia 625, and as these newly leaked hardware specifications reveal, the handset will be launched with pretty much similar base hardware as previous models in this lineup.
First up is the 4.3-inch touchscreen display that will most probably be powered by a WVGA resolution of 800 by 480 pixels. A 1.7GHz dual core processor should offer a very decent level of performance when paired with 1GB of RAM, as this set is expected to be.
Internal storage memory comes in at 8GB, which will be expandable via the included microSD card slot that looks set to offer support for up to an additional 64GB of capacity.
Next stop, cameras. An 8 megapixel back, along with a standard front camera ought to handle imaging duties. The Lumia 630 is also expected to be powered by a 2000 mAh battery — and this should go a long way in making sure the set lasts a while.
Obviously, the usual set of connectivity options are expected, but maybe the company will throw in 4G LTE connectivity this time around to make the device a bit more appealing. Windows Phone 8.1 is also a very distinct possibility, considering just how much close Microsoft is to release of this new mobile OS.
These are all rumors for now, but we should have more information on this very soon. If confirmed, we can also look forward to a whole new series of phones, probably even the Lumia 930 flagship.