I don't think they will go the same route. They have a customer for life as long as they stick to their updating of their phones. That's what wins me over, and the price of courseFor a moment I thought I was the only one with a Nokia. My love affair with Nokia/Microsoft/Windows OS came to a sad demise since apparently 5 people bought those phones. Hope the Android Nokia's don't go the same route
You're Lumina 630 was muched loved by the Nokia community. Two screenshots below from user opinions on GSM Arena:Samsung Galaxy A10. I needed to replace my Nokia Lumia 630 eventually, and although the A10 cost more than I was willing to spend, my brother spontaneously offered to cover 50% of the cost of the device. I picked it because it has a fair amount of internal storage [32Gb is plenty for me] and because it felt like a safer choice to me than a certain, similarly priced but higher specced, Chinese smartphone.