Right then, we have a tubful of new Nokia Lumia 830 leaks that show the upcoming Windows Phone powered smartphone in all its colorful glory. These images just scale up the anticipation even higher.

Microsoft is said to be gearing up to announce two new Windows Phone handsets in the next couple of weeks. A Lumia 730 unveil is very much a given, and the same can now be said of the Lumia 830 — a truly midrange model in this refreshed lineup.

The company recently sent out invitations for an event scheduled for September 4, and there is a fair chance that both the Lumia 730 and the Lumia 830 will go official early next month.

Before that, though, we have some leaked images to tide us by.

The first of these have been leaked by a Chinese tipster that goes by the name of NokiBar. These pretty much confirm that the Lumia 830 will be available in multiple color options, including green, orange, yellow and either white (or gray).

A few more images have also been shared, and although they are skewed a bit (note the disproportionate screen and the oval head phone jack), they do show us that the Lumia 830 will probably come with a significant camera bump.

Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, keeping in mind the fact that the handset is expected to come with a 20 megapixel camera — making this the first midrange smartphone to come with a PureView camera.

Still, take these leaks with the usual helping of salt. They are unofficial leaks, after all.

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  1. Misterbear Fapp / August 14, 2014 at 12:27 pm /Reply

    A white phone Photoshopped to different colors.

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