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Nokia Lumia 830 - Nokia's battle to the top



It’s about time for us to ride into the sunset with another version of Nokia Lumia series- The Lumia 830. Windows phones are entirely different from Android because of the unique organization and performance. The fact that Nokia Lumia 830 runs on Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 Operating System just gives it the right edge to hit all the desired marks well. Its slimness and stylishness is all about ‘living it, syncing it and sharing it’.

The Nokia Lumia 830 lets you bring your pictures to life with the amazing Pure View camera (10MP, 6-lens optics with LED flash) which is pretty clear in bright sunlight and has great viewing angles, sync your digital life with the One Drive application and run multiple applications at the same time so that you can share the special moments in your life on your favorite social media. For selfie lovers, the gadget hosts a 1.3mp front camera.

The Nokia Lumia 830 has a unique design that’s best-suited for a flagship smart phone. It’s also a beats in terms of slimness and weight (150gms). This makes it feel really light in the hands. Although, the Lumia 830 has nothing on the Nokia Lumia 1020 which has the same applications, is cheaper and has a better storage space. This makes it hard to recommend the Nokia Lumia 830. Why should you pay more to get less? Although the Lumia 830 might not seem to make a compelling case for a smart phone, it has its perks.




Super features



The backside has an illuminated image sensor (super-sensitive touch). It also has excellent call quality (well-tuned earpiece with lots of treble that doesn’t distort at high volumes and cuts right through the background noise). The apps are also very fast with a live background that can be set. In case you need reminding, the tiles update users with all sorts of things. The loud and sharp speakers always tend to fill up the room with the delightful sound of music.

The only drawbacks are that the Nokia Lumia 830 does not come with the greatest battery life (2200 mah battery life), it basically lasts for one day tops. The phone also has a slow dual-band and Wi-Fi performance (5-8 Mbps). Unfortunately, the 1.2 GHz QualComm Snappdragon 400 processor makes the Lumia 830 a mid-range workhorse. This may be a result of games such as Beach buggy racing and Asphalt 8. There’s also no slim port for videos, so users won’t be showing videos on the TV in case they want to share them that way.

Anyways, if you need a phone that syncs files well and you can live without the other much-needed features; go for it! Nokias are always a stable, solid choice but the Nokia Lumia 830 does nothing as a new addition to the Lumia family. Nothing sets it apart from the Nokia Lumia 730 while the Nokia Lumia 1020 is way better and way cheaper. Seeing as we are stuck in the smart phone royal rumble, it’s not a bad choice but it could be better.