Images of Microsoft’s upcoming Lumia 830 handset leaked first in early July, but new photos today reveal that the device will be a mix of the Lumia 1020 and Lumia 930 design. WPDang has obtained several images of the Lumia 830 just a day before Microsoft’s "more Lumia" press event in Berlin. The Lumia 830’s design appears to include an aluminum band, like the Lumia 930, and a large PureView camera at the rear (a little like the Lumia 1020).
The Lumia 830 also looks set to include a removable back cover with options for wireless charging, and a swappable battery alongside microSD support. WPDang claims the PureView camera is 10 megapixels with xenon flash and high-fidelity microphones for capturing audio. All of these internals appear alongside what is claimed to be a 5-inch screen running at 1280 x 720 resolution. Microsoft is expected to unveil the Lumia 830 alongside its Lumia 730 "selfie phone" tomorrow. The Verge will be covering Microsoft’s announcements, so stay tuned for more information on both devices tomorrow.
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