standard Lumia 830 Leaks Again; Shows Off Removal Back and 720p Screen

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Once again more leaks have risen regarding the Lumia 830, which was rumored to have a 10MP camera and 720p screen just yesterday, now WPDang have gotten their hands on some solid photos to back up their spec claims. The resolution can be clearly seen on the settings page of the device below, you’ll also notice a user changeable back which is a nice addition (most probably qi enabled, if not mot certainly available via an external cover). However in contrast to yesterday’s rumor, it seems the Lumia 830 will launch with a snapdragon 800 400 processor, not the Snapdragon 800 as was mentioned yesterday, not that it makes much of a difference on Windows Phone.

Check out some more pictures below, and head to the source article to see the rest.

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  • However in contrast to yesterday’s rumor, it seems the Lumia 830 will launch with a snapdragon 800 processor, not the Snapdragon 800 as was mentioned yesterday, not that it makes much of a difference on Windows Phone.

    • Demitrius Harris

      I was wondering the same thing. Ali probably meant the Snapdragon 801 for the “as was mentioned yesterday” part and hopefully not the Snapdragon 600 or less.

    • Sorry yes, I meant Snapdragon 400; slipup with the numbers, thanks for pointing it out.

  • fabi

    by the cipset code (8926) that is a snapdragon 400, quad core A7 cpu, Adreno 305 GPU :(

    • Demitrius Harris

      That is horrible for an 8 series device! Amazing for the Lumia 635 but not amazing for the Lumia 830. Well, I’ll just wait for the official announcement, who knows, maybe they paired a better GPU with. The same CPU….a Snapdragon 400 Pro? Lol, I’m just guessing.