Lumia 830 Release Date: Photos Show Upcoming Nokia Phone Has Microsoft Mobile Branding (With Specs)

Nokia’s upcoming smartphone will carry the Microsoft Mobile branding.

The Lumia 830 is slated to be the next upper mid-range device from the Finnish company.

Windows Phone Central has some photos from the Brazilian telecommunications authority Anatel that show the phone with the Microsoft Mobile brand in a sticker on the inside of the phone.

The phone’s model is RM-985, and it has dimensions of 139.4mm x 70.7mm x 8.5mm.

The micro USB charging port is situated at the top of the phone near the headphone jacks.

The phone has a micro SD card slot, a dedicated camera button, a Nav bar that is hardware based capacitive, LTE/4G capabilities, a removable back cover, and replaceable battery.

Anatel documents note that the the Nokia Lumia 830 has a Lumia 1020-like camera housing, and WP Central suggests that this could mean that rumors about the Lumia 830 having a PureView camera could be true.

Thus far, rumors have it that the Lumia 830 will have either a 4.5 or 4.7 inch display that is either 720p or 1080p.

The phone will pack either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 801.

Microsoft is expected to unveil the Lumia 830 at a press event in Berlin on September 4, before the IFA trade fair, and a launch is expected to follow shortly after.

Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile should be carrying the Lumia 830, or some variant of it.