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HOT GADGET ALERT: The Latest Lumia Superphone Now In Pinas!
A flagship phone with flagship-worthy hardware minus the flagship price
by Neps Firmalan | Oct 24, 2014
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Geeks, another fine product of mobile tech innovation has landed on our shores. We introduce you to the fresh na fresh Lumia 830!

lumia 830

"Wait, isn't it supposed to be called the Nokia Lumia 830?"

Well...sort of. Our PR contact for Nokia told us to call the handset simply as Lumia 830 "for now" even if it has the Nokia branding on it. Confused? This might be the answer: if you've been tuning in to the latest happenings in gadget land, you'll know that Microsoft has dropped the Nokia brand name. We saw this coming a mile away after the Big M's mega-buck acquisition of Nokia's phone-making division last year. So there, a possible explanation! #SigeNaNga

Anyway, let's shine the spotlight again on the Lumia 830. It's being dubbed as a flagship phone which means it's definitely packin' in the hardware department. Sounds good!

Here, another look:

lumia 830


First things first: the Lumia 830 is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor which is paired with 1GB of RAM. That's definitely more than enough for your everyday smartphone sessions, especially if it consists mainly of finger-mashing with Angry Birds or making pa-cute via Instagram.

Speaking of Instagram, you know if your selfie is now brag-worthy with the Lumia 830's large 5-inch HD display. We're also told that it comes with what is called ClearBlack display, a feature that delivers deeper, more realistic blacks. Better hide your blackheads then, boys and girls!

16GB of storage is also part of the mix, and if the digital packrat in you says "Kulang!" you'll be pleased that it also has free 15GB of online cloud storage via OneDrive. Now you can access videos of your hump sessions your files using the Lumia 830 anywhere and anytime as long as you have a stable online connection. This bad boy's also on the 4G bandwagon so it can access the Internet at blazing speeds (20 to 40Mbps or even beyond) that will make your home connection go green with envy.

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