Before we start off, we would like to clarify the Lumia range is more identifiable because Nokia name was attached with it. So, even now we would stick to Nokia name instead of Microsoft. That said, the Lumia 730 Dual SIM enters the market and in a space which Moto G has already laid claim to and has taken home as well. How much more does the Lumia 730 dual SIM bring to mid-range smartphone segment is what we are about to find out.
The Nokia Lumia 730 dual SIM runs on Windows Phone 8.1 OS and can handle two SIM cards at once. A 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM can be found on the Lumia 730 dual SIM. The Lumia 730 dual SIM has 8GB internal storage and it can be expanded further up to 128GB using a microSD card. A 4.7-inch screen with 1280x720 pixels display resolution can be found on the Nokia Lumia 730 dual SIM. There is a 6.7-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera on the Lumia 730 dual SIM. A 2220mAH capacity battery can be found on the Lumia 730 dual SIM and should last for 22 hours of talktime.
Is it worth purchasing?
Nokia may have faded away from the market but the way they built their devices has not and Lumia 730 dual SIM is a proof of that. Now, the package has been given more usability with dual-SIM functionality. The Windows Phone OS might not have made much of a dent in Android and iOS's adoption rate. But make no mistake, the Lumia range of smartphones do not need high specs to outpace their rivals and the Lumia 730 is no exception to this 'exception' that is Windows Phone OS. The build quality is the same as it has been since Lumia series came to exist. The only real alternative to Moto G in the mid-range segment is either the BlackBerry Z10 or, in this case, the Nokia Lumia 730.