According to the latest hearsay, Nokia and Microsoft don't plan to announce any Windows Phone devices at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC).
In fact, no major handset maker has plans to unveil any smartphones powered by Microsoft's mobile platform. This is hard to believe, as Nokia and Microsoft have always announced their new smartphones for the first half of the year at MWC.
Anyway, one device that might be officially unveiled this week at MWC 2014 is Nokia Lumia 630. The mid-range smartphone's press render has just been tweeted by @evleaks, but the picture does not have any specs attached to it.
Judging by the phone's photo, this is an improved version of the Lumia 625 and will probably be released with Windows Phone 8.1 onboard given the fact that it features on-screen buttons. Stay tuned for more updates on the Lumia 630's official release.