Lumia 830 images leak online one day ahead of launch
New pictures of the Lumia 830 have leaked online only 24 hours before the device is expected to be officially revealed.
According to the pictures, which come from Chinese Website WPDang (Google translation), will have a removable back cover, 10-megapixel PureView main camera and aluminium edging, much like the Lumia 930.
Additionally, WPDang claims it will feature a 720 × 1,280, 5in screen, and built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, and swappable battery alongside microSD support.
It also has physical buttons, unlike the Lumia 620, and a microphone on the back next to the camera.
While photos of the alleged device leaked online in July, these are the clearest pictures yet of the device and the greatest amount of detail we have received so far in terms of specs.
Interestingly, the rear housing features Nokia branding rather than the Microsoft logo, despite former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop saying Microsoft will drop the Nokia name for all future handsets back.
Microsoft is expected to reveal the Lumia 830 alongside a Lumia 730 “selfie phone” IFA tomorrow.