New Lumia 830 Leak Confirms Nokia by Microsoft Mobile Branding

The latest version of Windows Phone 8.1 OS handset, Lumia 830 is one of those rare smartphones which have become the talk of the town even before its official launch. Although we are just under two weeks away from the Microsoft IFA event, the place where the Lumia 830 will go official and the rumor mill once again picking up the pace. The latest leaks of the Lumia 830 comes directly from Brazil and consists of several live images of the Microsoft handset.

Lumia_830_Front_back_AnatelThe Lumia 830 poses for a camera in Brazil and its the first of al new Windows Phone to come from Nokia Devices, now Microsoft Mobile, leaked Lumia 830. The shots were released by the Brazilian telecommunications authority – the country’s equivalent of the FCC in the US FCC and TENNA in China.

They apparently confirm that the Lumia 830 smartphone will be carrying Microsoft Mobile branding as the company that now owns the Nokia smartphone division moves closer to completing the rebranding process. While the Nokia logo is still present on the front, and that’s what actually makes some sense.

Lumia_830_Microsoft_MobileFrom the form factor-wise, the Lumia 830 keeps the original design aimed for Windows Phone and Nokia. That’s, volume, power/lock, and a dedicated camera button along with right side of the device. The thicker bezel still remains safe, including dedicated capacitive navigation buttons as well.

Rumored specs of the Lumia 830 still include a Snapdragon 400 chipset, LTE connectivity, 1GB of RAM and 8GB internal storage (expandable via microSD card). Camera front, the Lumia 830 will sport a Lumia 1020-esque sensor on the back, and it follows the form factor of the Lumia 925 a bit. Alleged to include a 20MP PureView camera, plus a 5MP front-facing camera. The screen should be 4.7″ big with 720p resolution.

Lumia-830-poses-for-the-camera-in-Brazil-bares-all-inside-and-outThe audio and Micro-USB ports are on the top of the device, whereas the display sits within a frame that appears to be metal. However, the Lumia 830’s back plate is removable, providing access to the battery, SIM card slit, and microSD card slot. The certificate from Anatel also confirms Bluetooth 4.0 LE, Wi-Fi that is compliant with 802.11a/b/g/n, and LTE data connectivity.

LUmia_830_Anatel_sides_USBSince the Lumia 830 is expected to be a bridge between the Lumia 630/635 and the Lumia 930/Icon and Lumia 1520 with exact size and resolution of display. Availability of the Lumia 830 is fixed in the US with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.

The Microsoft IFA event is set for September 4, so stay tuned to our site to grab some more information regarding the Lumia 830 and Lumia 730 as they appear.

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