New photos leak of the Lumia 830, shows “Microsoft Mobile” branding
As we draw closer to the Sept. 4th reveal of both the Lumia 830 and 730, more photos have surfaced of the Lumia 830 showing off its black and also more details about the device has emerged.
Courtesy the guys at Neowin, these photos show the successor to the Lumia 820.
It shows that the 830 will have its capacitive navigational buttons, not software like we have seen on the Lumia 630 or the recently announced HTC One W8.
LED flash with a camera designed much like the 1020.
dedicated camera button
removable back cover to reveal replaceable battery, microSD slot and nano SIM card slot also (yes, it will use nano SIM like the 930)
We also see the MicroUSB port is back on top, right next to the 3.5mm audio jack.
Removing the back cover also reveals the Microsoft Mobile branding, which is the name Microsoft changed Nokia’s mobile division to after they took over.
The device is also said to be LTE ready.
The device could come running with Windows Phone 8.1 update 1 out of the box, but no confirmation on that yet.
Expect more details to be revealed in just under 2 weeks from now.