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Microsoft`s Alleged Mid-Range Nokia Lumia 830 Spotted in Leaked ImagesMicrosoft`s Alleged Mid-Range Nokia Lumia 830 Spotted in Leaked Images
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Last Updated:
04 July, 2014
Microsoft is reportedly planning to launch three new Windows Phone 8.1 devices this year, codenamed `Superman`, `McLaren`, and `Rock`. Now, a fourth device has shown up as the subject of photos from a user on Chinese microblogging website Weibo, thought to be the Lumia 830.
Speculated to be a mid-range device, the Lumia 830 is said to be the successor to the Lumia 820. Although not much is known about the phone right now, from the images it appears to have an aluminium frame with a polycarbonate back, similar to what we saw on the Lumia 925 and Lumia 930. Also it has a smaller and more compact camera module on the back, which has a PureView camera shape. From the front, the alleged Lumia 830 looks more like the latest Nokia XL smartphone.
Formerly a report had guaranteed that the reputed Microsoft Nokia Superman will accompany a 4.7-inch show and might be required to dispatch before this present year`s over. The cell phone is said to be the organization`s first selfie-centered Windows Phone. 
Discussing the gadget codenamed Mclaren, a prior report had proposed that the high-end gadget could be the lead Windows Phone from Microsoft in the not so distant future, offering a 3d touch or Kinect-like signal based interface. The report had proposed that the Mclaren will be a Lumia 1020 successor and will offer a protuberance for back Polaroid at the back board. 
A month prior, serial tipster @evleaks likewise released the organization`s handset guide for 2015, a schedule that additionally incorporated the Nokia Mclaren. Coming to third-supposed handset codenamed Rock, the cell phone is said to be a low-end gadget that could be something like Lumia 530. Up till now nothing else is thought about the gadget.

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