The name Nokia carries nostalgic value for many. The first mobile phone my family owned was a Nokia.
Hence, when the Finnish company sold its devices business to US software giant Microsoft, which produces the Xbox and Surface product lines, it turned several heads. The Lumia 630, the first Nokia-branded phone launched by Microsoft after the deal was inked, was bound to be subjected to serious scrutiny. The dual-SIM version of the Lumia 630 is Nokia's first device to run the much-awaited Windows Phone 8.1.
Text: Harsh Vardhan, Business Standard
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