Microsoft is set to take the stage tomorrow at IFA 2014, but we already have a pretty good idea what the company plans to unveil on its Berlin stage. The Lumia 830 has been leaking online all summer and today we have one more batch of photos to show you before the new smartphone becomes official.
Today’s photos come from Chinese site WPDang and reveal a bit more about the device, including a removable back cover. The device is also expected to offer Snapdragon 400 processor, a 4.5-inch 720p display and a powerful camera similar to the one Nokia introduced with the Lumia 1020. The upcoming smartphone is probably aimed at the cheaper mid-range market though, and it looks like that large rear camera doesn’t protrude quite as much as it did on the 1020.
We’re still not sure exactly what to expect from the Lumia 830, and it’s tough to tell if Microsoft will position the new phone as a flagship device or a budget option. Rumor has it we’ll also see the Lumia 730 “selfie phone” unveiled at the same event tomorrow, making it a pretty big day for Windows Phone fans. TechnoBuffalo will be covering the news live from IFA in Berlin, so check back soon for a close look at whatever Microsoft has planned for us.