The global front-runners of technology and consumer electronics have come together on one platform to unleash the prime level of innovation and mastery by showcasing their respective products at the IFA event held this year at Berlin, Germany. Microsoft Devices, the new face of Nokia, has unveiled its mainstream handset dubbed as the Lumia 830.
The latest in the Lumia ranks, Lumia 830 boosts a conventional Lumia design, but enveloped with metal and polycarbonate case to look more premium.
The Lumia 830 is the slimmest device launched so far with an 8.5mm thin frame. The weight is also the lightest produced ever by Lumia and stands at 150 grams.
The display of this smartphone is equipped with a massive 5-inch ClearBlack glass panel which has super-sensitive touch technology along with Curved Gorilla 3.0 glass. Microsoft mentions that Lumia 830 will give impressive readability in sunlight.
The Lumia 830 is packed with a Snapdragon quad-core chipset clocked at 1.2 GHz and a single gig of RAM. It comes with a built-in storage capacity of 16GB which can be expanded up to 128GB through microSD slot. A 15GB of free OneDrive cloud storage will also be provided to the Lumia 830 users.
The Lumia 830 is equipped with a main shooting sensor of 10MP PureView camera powered with the top-notch ZEISS optics and the slimmest and lightest OIS system Nokia has ever designed. A single MP camera sits at the front for selfies and skyping.A mediocre will house on the back of Lumia 830.
Lumia 830 features the Microsoft’s latest Lumia Denim update by default, which offers Live Folders, Apps Corner, an updated Glance screen and safer networking to Windows 8.1 Lumia devices. The battery might be an underperformer as it is loaded with an average 2200mAh removable battery. It also supports the 2G, 3G and LTE networks.
The new Lumia 830 is anticpated to hit the market shelves by this month all over the planet earth and regarding its mediocre attributes, it is claimed to be a price-conscious device with a price tag of near US 440 dollars.