Nokia Lumia 830 set come with a 20MP camera and microSD card slot

By August 14th, 2014 AT 5:14 PM


The Nokia Lumia 830 is set to be launched at Microsoft’s pre-IFA show which is scheduled for September 4. The photography love of the smartphone has already been hinted in the leaked photos and the invitation itself, but now we have more power proofs about it.

The smartphone appeared in a leaked video uploaded by TK Tech News, and got some of its key features confirmed. The Nokia Lumia 830 will boast a 4.5-inch 720p display with pixel density of 326ppi. The most amazing feature is going to be the 20MP PureView camera, similar to the Lumia 1520, Lumia Icon and Lumia 930. Other confirmed features include LTE (4G) support and Windows Phone 8.1. In order to provide enough space for high-resolution shots, the Nokia Lumia 830 will also offer a microSD card slot.

Though there is still no scoop on the built-in storage, but due the mid-range nature of the smartphone we doubt that it will be more than 16GB or vice-versa. The Lumia 820 came with just 8GB of internal memory, which was microSD expandable. According to the sources, more details will be unleashed soon.

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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Good to see 20 mpx coming on more phones, as the high end S4, S5, LG G2, G3 have all stuck on to the 13-16 mpx range only.


*If camera is the only thing which matter then you can even give handsets like Samsung Galaxy K Zoom a try. Even they have some really good cameras although they are not as good looking as Nokia Lumia 1020. Instead of releasing such high end handsets whose appeal is limited because of a software its running Microsoft must also try and deliver Windows Phone in the less than 5k range if they really want to gain market share.


*On a side note I am amazed to see how Moto G 2nd generation has not sold out this time like its predecessor. If reports are to be believed Motorola only shipped 70k Moto G2 handsets to India and if the demand was really high they must have sold out within at least 2 or 3 hours given that the 40k units of Redmi 1S sold out in 4.2 seconds. This only shows how price sensitive India is and I guess many people are waiting for future Redmi 1S sales instead of dumping money on Moto G2 which is demanding… Read more »


Now it is one of the most wanted Smartphone among the Photography lovers.

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