Microsoft unexpectedly launched Lumia 630 today with a competitive price tag of 10,500 and 11,500 INR for single and dual SIM variants respectively. Although Nokia phones are celebrated for their camera quality, this one isn’t meant to. Nokia has provided a basic 5 MP camera unit at the rear which is similar to the one we saw on Lumia 525, still for a 5 MP camera, the performance was pretty decent. Look at some of the camera samples below.
Nokia Lumia 630 Quick Specs
- Display Size: 4.5 Inch FWVGA 854 X480 ClearBlack IPS LCD, 218 PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Processor: 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor with Cortex A7 based Cores
- RAM: 512 MB
- Software Version: Windows Phone 8.1
- Camera: 5 MP camera, 1/4” sensor, 720p Video recording at 60 fps
- Secondary Camera: No
- Internal Storage: 8 GB
- External Storage: MicroSD support up to 128 GB
- Battery: 1830 mAh
- Sensors: Accelerometer
- Connectivity: HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, aGPS, GLONASS, Micro USB
Nokia Lumia 630 Camera Video Sample [Video]
Nokia Lumia 630 Camera Details and Features.
The 1/4 Inch camera sensor can record 720p HD videos and supports auto focus, geo tagging and Panorama mode. You can choose from a range of apps to click images which include Camera app, Bing Vision, Cinemagraph, etc. you could download a few more by taping on the lenses option in the UI.
Nokia Lumia 630 Camera Photo Samples
As far as low light is concerned the camera shots were good and much better than the other 5 MP camera on some other android phones under this price point.
Here is another one to show you some colors of, the overall color reproduction is not great but decent enough and looks quite natural does not look oversaturated.
We did took some shots of the dark objects, some shiny objects and some long shot as well to show you the overall camera performance in the images below in low light or indoors of the nokia lumia 630 camera, check them below and let us know if you notice something wrong in these photo samples.
Nokia Lumia 630 Camera Comparison & Conclusion
Comparing the 5 MP auto focus camera on Nokia Lumia 630, we can say its quite good for the price you are paying for it and much better than some sub 10k budget phones out there. However there are some things missing which is you do not have tap to focus in video recording and it does not have flash for dark or low light shots so that’s is downside, but still the low lights photos are good if not the best.
(Taken with Nokia Lumia 630)