Mobiles & Tablets

First dual SIM Lumia 630 to be available in Gujarat by May 26

Our Bureau Ahmedabad May 22 | Updated on May 22, 2014

Microsoft Devices on Thursday, announced launch of Lumia 630 Windows Phone in Gujarat. The phones will be available in the market from May 26 onwards, across towns and cities in Gujarat.

For the first time, Lumia smart phone is available in the Dual SIM option with quad-core processing and a ClearBlack 4.5” LCD screen, a company statement said. The dual SIM variant is available at a price of Rs 11,500, while the single SIM variant is priced at Rs 10,500.

Lumia 630 presents consumers and businesses with a no-compromise smart phone experience at an affordable price points. The Lumia 630 offers a smoother user experience, with the integrated Microsoft Enterprise feature pack - including enhanced mobile device management support, security-enhanced access to company resources and security-enhanced email. With Microsoft Office built in, documents can be edited and shared easily for maximum productivity. Users can also Sync and share documents via SharePoint, Office 365 and OneDrive, without losing the original formatting.

“With our smartphones, we have been a pioneer in providing the best consumer and business solutions by ensuring that work is done more effectively, saves a lot of time, money and energy. With high-end technologies and apps, a seamless Windows Phone 8.1 experience, signature Lumia design and a unique dual SIM capability that lets people connect on their terms, we think the Lumia 630 is unbeatable in its range,” said Suresh Vedula, Head-B2B, Nokia India (a Subsidiary of Microsoft Mobiles Oy).

According to Vedula, Lumia portfolio is gaining acceptance in the Indian enterprise segment, as organizations are switching to the Lumia proposition from their traditional enterprise mobility providers. “In the last two years, more than 400 enterprise including GMR Group, Tech Mahindra, Deloitte, Qualcomm, Emerson, CGI Info Systems, Trilegal and Eureka Forbes, among others, had opted for the Windows Phone based Lumia portfolio.”

Leading companies from the West region like Honeywell, HUL, GSK, OTIS, Mother’s Recipe, and National Dairy Development Board among others have also switched to Lumia as their business devices. In many instances, enterprises chose to change over from their existing smartphone platform.

Published on May 22, 2014

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