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Nokia plans to showcase a new Windows powered handset - probably the Lumia 830 - on September 4, in Berlin, according to an invite sent to reporter early this week.
The forthcoming Lumia 830 has been leaked all over again, and this time around, in a series of new images. The front side of the handset looks similar to the Lumia 925.
The square shaped phone has a metal rim and polycarbonate back side. And now the fascinating part - its camera. The phone has a protruding camera module on the back, but the actual camera lens seems to be smaller.
The leaked images are the most credible yet and with the handset set to be announced at IFA on 4 September this is extremely likely to be what the Nokia Lumia 830 will look like.The Nokia Lumia 830 is also expected to support wireless charging.
As far as the rumored specs are concerned, the Lumia 830 would come with a 4.5-inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of on-board memory, a microSD card slot ( up to 128GB), 20MP PureView camera and a 5MP front-facing shooter.
The latest rumours have suggested the upcoming device will arrive alongside yet another Nokia-made device, the Lumia 730.
Earlier this year, Nokia launched its Lumia 930 flagship handset. The Windows Phone 8.1 powered phone is yet to make its way into India. An annual refresh of the Lumia series has been expected this fall, and the September 4 event is timed a day prior to the start of the IFA tech show. The IFA tech conference is slated for September 5 - 10, 2014, in Berlin.
Source - Wpdang
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