Microsoft unveiled its new Nokia Lumia 830 smartphone at this year’s IFA event. The phone will run on Microsoft’s newly Windows Phone 8.1 version called “Lumia Denim” and this version’s goal is to improve the phone’s camera speed and the quality of the captured images.
On the exterior, Nokia Lumia 830 is built from plastic, metal and glass. The handset has an aluminum covering along with a frontal glass display and the rear is made from polycarbonate). The Lumia 830 is Microsoft’s lightest and slimmest ever released phone and it features a 10 MP PureView primary camera on the rear side.
The camera has OIS support, HDR and Carl Zeiss lens. The phone comes with a Rich Capture feature that will let you edit photos and will work on the gloomier regions. For example if you took a picture that has not enough brightness, you can use this feature to add some sort of “LED” flash to it. The device also has a 0.9MP secondary camera placed on the front of the phone.
Nokia Lumia 830 comes with a 5inch ClearBlack ISP LCD display that supports a resolution of 1280x720pixels and 294ppi. The phone comes with a quad-core Cortex A7 processor that is clocked at 1.2 Ghz and 1GB of RAM. As for the internal memory, it is 16GB, but it allows expansion up to 128GB with a microSD card and it comes with a medium battery of 2200 mAh.
The device weights 150grams and has 8.5mm, it supports wireless charging and has 15GB free OneDrive cloud storage. Nokia Lumia 830 will come in 4 different colors: white, green, orange and black. Nokia 830 will be priced around 430 dollars and it will be released this month.
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