From the highs of 2013, the Nokia Lumia lineup of smartphones have had a rather low key year. Still the largest brand in its ecosystem, the wait for Windows Phone 8.1 meant that the family has suffered from an uneven release cycle.

The Nokia Lumia 630 and Lumia 930 have already been unveiled, and now attention is shifting towards other smartphones of this generation.

A leaked photo claims to show the Lumia 830, and the device appears to have a similar look to the Lumia Icon with its combination of aluminum and plastic.

If this is, indeed, the Lumia 830, then we can expect some high end hardware, keeping in mind its position in the Lumia range. The camera on the back, however, looks similar to the Lumia 1020 in more ways than one, but it is hard to imagine this being the Lumia 1030.

This phone, however, is said to be in an advanced stage of development, with models being assembled. Meaning more information about it, including hardware specifications, might not be far away.

In case this is the Lumia 830, then one can hope that Microsoft takes into account the shortcomings of the Lumia 820 including the rather small battery life, and improves upon these limitations.

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  • Mary

    I hope so! This is some beautiful hardware, so I wouldn’t be disappointed with this at all 🙂

  • Ray C

    If I ever got back to using contract phones, I might have to try one of the high end phones