The Lumia 830 sports a rectangular slab design, with an aluminium rim running along the sides. It has a removable back so you can access the removable battery, SIM and the microSD card. The plastic back cover is made of cheap plastic and is a little difficult to remove and put back.
The 5-inch display has a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3, which keeps it slightly raised above the bezel.You’ll find all the buttons, including the volume rocker, power and camera button, positioned on the right edge. This can be quite fiddly as it’s easy to press the shutter button accidentally, which then takes you to the camera app.
The Lumia 830 runs on a Snapdragon 400 SoC with a quad-core Cortex-A7 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz and an Adreno 305 graphics processor. The processor is backed by 1GB of RAM.
It comes with 16GB of storage space, of which nearly 11GB is available for use. The phone comes with several pre-installed apps, but unlike iOS and Android, you can delete them or transfer all of them on to an external SD card. The Lumia 830 supports cards up to 128GB.
So lack of storage certainly won’t be one of your worries with this phone. On the camera front, you have a 10MP rear camera and a 0.9MP front facing camera.it have Li-on 2200mAh battery.
In all, the Nokia Lumia 830 isn’t a bad smartphone. It has a very good camera, a decent screen, we like the design – for a phone costing less than $400.
The wireless charging, microSD expansion and user-replaceable battery are all well worth having.