Nokia is expected to unveil new Windows Phone 8.1 powered handsets in early April during a special event, including the alleged Nokia Lumia 930 (Martini) as well as the entry-level Nokia Lumia 630 (Moneypenny). Now, a new video has been unveiled, showcasing Windows Phone 8.1 running on a Lumia 630.
In the video, we can see the on-screen navigation buttons, the highly anticipated Action Center, and other exciting features that are set to arrive with Windows Phone 8.1. The video isn't in English, but you can make out the new changes and improvements if you look closely. Here's what WPCentral spotted in the video, so far:
- Action center
- New Podcast app
- New FM Radio app, pulled out of Music hub
- Video and Music Xbox apps separated into two apps
- New Store layout, as we recently reported
- IE changes, including new Tab section, private tabs
- IE tabs are displayed in multitask view
- Pull down to close apps in multitask
- New stock Photos app, with sections All, Albums, Favorites now on separate panels
- New stock camera layout
- Apps that are installed on the device: Storage Sense, Battery Sense, Data Sense
The Lumia 630 device is rumored to come with a 4.5-inch display, sporting a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 SoC, 1GB RAM, dual-SIM support, and should come with Windows Phone 8.1 as its operating system.
Take a look at the video below. Spot any new features you like?
Microsoft is expected to speak about Windows Phone 8.1 during the Build 2014 Developer Conference, beginning April 2nd.