Here at Mobile Madhouse, we get to see what’s hot and what’s not in the world of smartphones. Take Nokia for instance: we’ve picked up quite a reputation for supplying some of the best Nokia cases and accessories around. One thing that we’ve noticed recently is the popularity of Nokia 630 cases. While it might not have anywhere near the same wow factor as the likes of the Nokia Lumia 1020, 1320 and 1520, it seems this little device has been quietly building up an army of admirers. Here are some of the reasons why
1. It’s easy to own one outright…
A hefty monthly contract fee is the downside of smartphone ownership. If you prefer doing most of your browsing on anything other than a mobile (or if you save anything web-based for when you can access wi-fi), you’re likely to be attracted to a pay-as-you-go or SIM-only package. This means buying the phone outright; something that’s a big ask with a £600 iPhone – but much more do-able with a £100 Nokia 630.
2. It might be cheap – but it’s definitely not nasty
‘You get what you pay for’ is a principle that applies as much to smartphones as it does to anything else. Things move on though; whereas just a couple of years ago a budget smartphone pretty much guaranteed slow performance, fuzzy display and rubbish camera, this shouldn’t be the case in 2014. Not with the Nokia Lumia 630 in any case –at least if the glowing reviews are anything to go by.
Tech Radar, for instance declared it to be the ‘best budget Nokia yet’. When released in the summer, it was the first phone to come straight out of the box with Windows Phone 8.1. The Lumia 630 earned praise for its generous 4.5-inch display, impressive performance (thanks to a quad core processor – meaning it can cope well with games and entertainment) and decent battery life. It even comes with internal sensors so the phone can be used as a pedometer and measurement tool.
3. You can try out Windows Phone 8.1
A phone’s operating system lets you get the most out of the device’s features. If it’s a real hassle to find what you want each time you use your phone, that’s a pretty good sign you might want to switch to a different ‘eco-system’.
It’s not great if you like to customise your phone (or if you want tons of games) – but now that Windows Phone has a decent voice assistant and notification centre, there is little between the main operating systems. Is Windows for you? Why not find out with a Nokia Lumia 630?
4. It’s perfect for work
Native support for Microsoft Office products: this is probably the number one draw of any Windows phone from a business point of view. There’s also OneNote – making it easy for colleagues to share notes (handwritten or typed) online – and expandable memory. The Nokia Lumia 630’s dual-SIM capacity is another plus point for anyone who wants to separate business from pleasure without having to carry around two devices. What’s more, at such an attractive price, kitting out your entire team with a Lumia 630 isn’t going to break the bank.
Hint: if you want to ensure your Lumia 630 is safe when out and about, check out our Nokia Lumia 630 flip cases – offering wraparound protection.
5. Not everyone wants a supersized phone
There’s a premium feel about the Nokia Lumia 630 that you don’t get with all budget phones. It might not have the biggest, flashiest screen – but does the job perfectly for watching the odd YouTube video or catching up on TV.
Sleek, solid and reliable: all for a fantastic price! Make sure yours is in safe hands with Nokia Lumia 630 cases from Mobile Madhouse.
Here at Mobile Madhouse, we get to see what’s hot and what’s not in the world of smartphones. Take Nokia for instance: we’ve picked up quite a reputation for supplying some of the best Nokia cases and accessories around. One thing that we’ve noticed recently is the popularity of Nokia 630 cases. While it might not have anywhere near the same wow factor as the likes of the Nokia Lumia 1020, 1320 and 1520, it seems this little device has been quietly building up an ar