Nokia’s latest mid-range smartphone challenger hits retail today in the form of the Lumia 830, combining a fresh take on the PureView camera with the latest version of Windows Phone.
The handset is up for grabs for free at £24.99 per month, with no upfront charge. Alternatively, if you’d rather buy it outright and grab a SIM only deal, you’re looking at around £300 upfront.
In pride of place on the Lumia 830 is a 10-megapixel PureView camera with Zeiss optics and optical image stabilisation technology. And augmenting the phone’s media credentials are three high performance microphones that allows you to record video in 5.1 surround sound.
In keeping with Nokia’s heritage, there’s a long-life 2200mAh battery that it’s claimed will last 22 days on board too, alongside wireless charging, a 5–inch display and a 1.2GHz quad-core processor.
And rounding things off is 16GB of on board storage, with scope to boost that by up to 128GB with a microSD card, plus Windows 8.1 'big sells', such as the Cortana voice assistant and the SensorCore fitness monitoring app.
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