Nokia’s first dual SIM Home windows Phone is rumored to become codenamed “Moneypenny”. Dual-SIM phones allow mobile products to hold and support two Sims. This dual SIM operation allows customers use two services at the same time without requiring to hold two different phones. Dual SIM products are extremely popular in emerging marketplaces, that is most likely where we’ll find Moneypenny (also known as the Lumia 630 and 635) offered. Now we have a rumored screenshot from the display.
To date Moneypenny continues to be spotted in India for testing and it is likely to pack a 4.5-inch display. When the designated because the Lumia 630/635 didn’t hand out the cost, most likely the actual cost will. It’s expected to choose about $130 if this launches.
Browse the screenshot above and you will see a couple of interesting things, but let’s concentrate on the two most apparent. To begin with, you will see two signal indications within the status bar, showing this is actually a dual SIM phone. Second, you will see virtual on-screen buttons for that OS (back, Start, search) “hardware” buttons rather than the standard capacitive ones. That’s an element expected in Home windows Phone 8.1, therefore we may not see Moneypenny until after Home windows Phone 8.1 is introduced and/or launches.