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The best of Lumia and Microsoft with the Nokia Lumia 830

Sep 5, 2014

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Nokia Lumia 830 color options

Nokia has just unveiled its newest, affordable flagship device – the Nokia Lumia 830 smartphone. Powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor, and running on Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Denim, the latest addition to the Nokia Lumia lineup has a 10-megapixel camera, 1GB of RAM, and a removable 2200mAh battery with integrated wireless charging.

Style and durability come together in the Lumia 830’s slim, 8.55mm thick metal and polycarbonate shell. The 5-inch ClearBlack screen with curved durable glass is viewable even in sunlight, and made of super-sensitive touch technology. Users can operate it even while wearing gloves. This is Nokia’s thinnest and lightest Lumia to date.

Though conveniently priced, the Lumia 830 doesn’t skimp on features. The device comes pre-loaded with the Lumia Denim update, which includes Microsoft Office and Cortana virtual assistant. Plus, SensorCore low-power motion sensing technology can track motion and location even while the device is in standby mode.

Experience incredible focus and fidelity with the 10-megapixel PureView camera, equipped with ZEISS optics and Nokia’s Optical Image Stabilization system, in order to capture life in a flash. Add life and movement to otherwise static pictures with Nokia Living Images, then organize and quickly share multimedia creations like never before using Nokia Storyteller.

Three built-in high-performance microphones produce high-quality audio, adding realistic depth to any movies taken with the Lumia 830’s Full HD 1080p video recorder. Plus, with an included 15GB of free OneDrive cloud storage those memories will be just taps away.

The Nokia Lumia 830 is expected to be available around the world, in white, black, bright green or bright orange, starting in September.

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