If you rock a Nokia Lumia 630 handset, now is a good time to check for an update on your phone. Microsoft has rolled out an update, dubbed “8.10.12397.895” to the device.
The update doesn’t offer a changelog, but a reliable tipster tells us that it brings camera improvements that enables continuous autofocus. In addition, Skype is now very well placed in the phone dialer.
If you’re thinking of getting an affordable smartphone, Nokia Lumia 630 is a pretty decent device. It sports a 4.5-inch display with a 480 x 854 screen resolution. Powered by Snapdragon 400 processor, it packs 512MB of RAM, and it’s one of the few devices that run Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box.
The phone was recently launched in India and it has been very well received. In addition to running on the latest software version, it also sports dual-SIM capability, a feature which is a crucial selling factor in the country. Microsoft has spent money on promoting Nokia Lumia 630 on TV and in newspapers.
To check for the update on your phone, go to Settings > Phone update, and hit 'Check for updates'.