Few weeks ago we got first leaks on the Nokia Lumia 830 including information on US carriers and global release. Now, due to certification pics leaked from Anatel, we are learning more about the phone specs and body design. Though quite everything concerning the new Nokia Lumia 830 is still up in the air, we can be sure that the phone is being prepared to be launch at least in one country.
Nokia Lumia 830 – What to expect
Anatel, the source of the rumored photos, is a Brazilian equivalent of the US FCC, what means that it is an institution responsible for certificating and approving new mobile phones for the Brazilian market.
Although the recently leaked photos are consistent with those alleged Lumia 830 pics that occurred in July, it is should be mentioned that the previously assumed metallic-looking frame appears to be made of plastic, if to believe the shots. The phone is said to measure 139.4×70.7×8.5mm, which means it will be a device relatively slim in comparison to the previous models.
Moving on, the photos unveils a removal black plastic cover, the micro USB charging port located on the top side next to a headphone jack, and a microSD slot. The phone will be powered by removable but still of unknown parameters battery and will surely support 4G LTE connectivity.
Furthermore, it looks like Nokia put a lot of emphasis on the optics while designing the phone, since the leaked photos suggest that the Nokia Lumia 830 will be equipped with a huge camera similar to the one featured by the Nokia Lumia 1020, so we can expect the PureView technology to be on the board as well. Another similarities to the Nokia Lumia 1020 include: a dedicated camera button and capacitive buttons.
Although Anatel’s documentation doesn’t reveal any specific tech parameters details, on the basis of the photos, we can assume that the new Nokia will house a 4.5 or 4.7-inch display with 720p or even 1080p resolution. It may also sport a Snapdragon 800 or 801 chipset and run the latest Windows Phone 8.1 OS out of box. It is also interesting that the Nokia Lumia 830, though for commercial purposes is still branded as “Nokia”, is simultaneously the first Lumia line phone labeled with the Microsoft tag.
Concluding, if our speculations turn out to be right, we will soon get another Nokia’s upper mid-range smartphone. Perhaps the upcoming Microsoft press conference at IFA will unveil some more facts on the smartphone’s premiere or even give us the opportunity to witness the device’s debut, which is quite probable due to increasing number of leaks on the Nokia Lumia 830 spreading round the Net.