It’s “Nokia By Microsoft”, Leaked Lumia 830 Branding Says

Lumia 830 leak

Lumia 830 leakThings are beginning to take shape in matters branding for Nokia‘s future products after the Microsoft Acquisition. The Nokia brand is quite strong, stronger than Lumia can get even with the Microsoft coffers. Now when Microsoft acquired Nokia and renamed it to Microsoft Devices Group some things were not quite clear, like what brand passes for the smart phone range carried over from Espoo to Redmond.

If we go by the recently leaked images of Lumia 830, we can have a go at what passes for the long term at the team who’s commitment to the world is connecting people. This recent leaked images shows a white version of a device which takes from the Lumia 930 in matters of design while borrowing slightly from the Lumia 1020 where the camera design is concerned.

The Pureview Carl Zeiss powered rear shows a 13MP shooter in a round black circle that is a far call off the general smartphone design that is mostly minimalist in the rear. It does have the aluminium edges which could also mean that the same is the chassis like Nokia did with the Lumia 930.

Lumia 820 and others like Lumia 720 and Lumia 620 have already reached end of life and it’s expected they will be getting replacements quite soon, just like the 930 and 630 have already hit the markets, other smartphone segments should also getting their upgrades soon, of course running the new Windows Phone 8.1.

Not much has come out about this device which indicates we could be in the early stages after only recently launching the Lumia 930 and Lumia 630/635. We could get a release soon or just wait till later at Nokia World where several phones get announced by Nokia like it happens annually.

What do you think, does this look like a possible upgrade to your smartphone? Does Nokia by Microsoft look good enough to you or what would you have preferred? Hit us in the comments section below.

Source: Windows Blog Italia


  1. The Lumia 830 strikes a good balance with its premium aluminum frame and mid-range internals. Those looking for a solid camera experience at this price range should take a good look.

  2. The Lumia 830 is clearly a “bridge” device. It’s got the high-end looks and capable camera of flagship-level phones, along with the performance and display resolution of mid-range and budget models. Whether Microsoft Mobile made the right trade-offs really depends on what you want out of your smartphone.

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