The 630 Fashion has a 6" Pearl E-ink screen with a frontlight and touchscreen. It has 4GB internal storage, a microSD card slot, and Wifi. While it doesn't have the 5MP camera found on the Pocketbook Ultra, the Fashion did inherit that ereader's peculiarly located page turn buttons. Unlike most ebook readers, the page turn buttons are located on the back.
This ebook reader runs Pocketbook's proprietary software on a 1GHz CPU with 256MB RAM. Like other Pocketbook ereaders, the Fashion supports a broad range of ebook formats, and it also ships with a number of dictionaries, including both English and Russian as well as translation dictionaries from ABBYY Lingvo.
Weighing in at 175 grams, the Fashion has a 1.5Ah battery which is expected to offer enough run time for 8,000 page turns. It also has an ambient light sensor which will automatically adjust the frontlight, reducing or increasing the brightness according to the surrounding conditions.
While the Fashion doesn't run Android, it does come with a few apps which readers might find useful: Readr, DropBox, books by e-mail, Book Store, Browser, Calculator, Calendar & Clock, Chess, Dictionary, Klondike, photo, RSS News, and Sudoku.
The Pocketbook 630 Fashion is expected to ship in Russia some time this autumn, with a retail price of 7990 rubles (about $213 USD). That's quite expensive compared to the US market, but that price point has become the de facto standard for the Russian ereader market.
Update: A new report has revealed that the Pocketbook 630 is also going to be sold in Germany under the product name Pocketbook Sense. It is scheduled for release this month.