Nokia Lumia 830 Price List June, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Nokia Lumia 830 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The Nokia Lumia 830 is among the series' best device that offers a premium overall experience. From its hardware features down to its software and interface, you'll definitely enjoy the company of a Windows 10 device sa exhibited by the Lumia 830. Click here to know more about it!

Nokia Lumia 830 Cheapest Price and Key Features

The Nokia Lumia 830 is among the series' best device that offers a premium overall experience. From its hardware features down to its software and interface, you'll definitely enjoy the company of a Windows 10 device sa exhibited by the Lumia 830. Click here to know more about it!

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Cheapest Nokia Lumia 830 Price in Philippines is ₱ 18,438.00

The Nokia Lumia 830 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Nokia Lumia 830 price in Philippines is ₱ 18,438.00 from Galleon. Nokia Lumia 830 price details are updated June 2021.

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Price List by Country for Nokia Lumia 830

Country International Price Price in PHP
Philippines PHP 18,438.00 ₱ 18,438.00
Singapore SGD 755.47 ₱ 27,360.00
Vietnam VND 2.617.548 ₱ 5,487.00

Nokia Lumia 830 Specs

Screen Size 5"
Pixel Density 294ppi
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Water Resistant No
Display Technology IPS-LCD
Scratch Resistant No
Rear Camera 10MP
Front Camera 0.9MP
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Video Resolution HD
Storage 16GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Weight 150g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 139.4 x 70.7 x 8.5mm
Battery Capacity 2200mAh
Charging Wireless Charging
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (28 nm)
Processor Core Quad Core
OS Windows Phone
OS Version Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Micro-USB
5G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n
Fingerprint Scanner No
Face Recognition No

Nokia Lumia 830 Malaysia: PureView, Purely Vivid, Purely Outstanding

The Nokia Lumia 830 is one of the brand’s flagship device that flaunts the vividness and colorful personality of the Lumia series, coupled with highly innovative features from the inside to the outside. Its camera for one is actually way ahead of its time while other competing brands were still producing mediocre one. There’s a lot of things about the Lumia 830 that resonates and represents what Lumia series is supposed to be, and it was able to do it right.

Flagship Performance

The Nokia Lumia 830 is equipped with a Snapdragon 400 chipset which has a Quad-core A7 cortex processor embedded on it. Each core is clocked at 1.2 GHz and is complemented with an Adreno 305 graphics processor and 1 GB RAM. On the other hand, Cortana is also integrated into the Lumia 830’s Windows 10 OS. Its performance is comparable to that of Apple’s Siri, but it can do more like open and operate 3rd party apps.

The PureView Camera and Zeiss Optics

This is the first ever smartphone that has invested so much in perfecting its camera. Its camera is equipped with a 10MP PureView sensor with Carl Zeiss Optics lens and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). With these features, the Nokia Lumia 830 is able to produce top notch quality photos and videos which sport great color contrast and lighting. The interface of its camera has a good amount of configuration available for the users to adjust according to their preference. It also has a pro-mode which allows users to manually adjust of the following: exposure, ISO, shutter speed, balance, and the likes. Its video recording function can record videos at 720p quality and at 30 fps frame rate. Its Optical Image Stabilization works wonders as it produces shaky videos.

Deep Colors and Unique Display

This phone sports a 5” ClearBlack IPS display with a full HD resolution (72- x 1280p) and a pixel density of 294 pixels per inch. The IPS type, screen resolution, and pixel density contribute greatly to the Lumia 830’s sharp display and deep cut color palette. The colors are very punch due to its deep black, which is why its viewing angles are very good.

Battery Life

The capacity of Nokia Lumia 830 battery is 2200 mAh which is enough to power up the phone for the entire day with light to moderate use. According to its official information released by Nokia, it’s enough battery to support 3G calls for half a day and standby time of 22 days.

Reviews of Nokia Lumia 830
Reviewed on 2015-01-13
First of all let me just clarify some things, I am a “NOKIA” biased reviewer. I have not yet had any horror stories to tell on any of the “NOKIA” phones that I have reviewed in the past. Most of which I even nicknamed “a REPORTER'S FRIEND” since, not only...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-18
Microsoft has been struggling to gain mobile market share since 2010, starting first with Windows Phone 7, and now with Windows Phone 8. Nevertheless, its acquisition of Nokia Devices and Services division last year signaled renewed efforts to compete wit...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-15
A couple of months ago, Nokia announced the other members of the Lumia x30 family. These phones have since been available in the Philippines early this month, and we're glad to be able to receive review units.Actually, we were given a copy of the rest of ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-30
MANILA, Philippines – This week on TechRap! Android Lollipop coming to Mi devices first quarter of 2015. Love Asian films? Maybe you could use the Viddsee app. And, our pooled review of the Nokia Lumia 830.HEADLINESAndroid Lollipop coming to Mi devices Ub...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-29
Great build, Nice design, Great display, Good camera, Long battery life, Good performance, Great speakers
Usual app limitations from Windows Phone Store, Doesn't come with Lumia Denim out of the box, Gets warm when playing games
The Lumia 830 is one of the last few Windows Phone smartphones to carry the Nokia brand. It's a mid-range device but sports a PureView camera and a beautiful design and build that reminds us of its flagship brother, the Lumia 930. Is the Nokia Lumia 830 w...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-28
The Lumia 830 is a mid-range device, meaning it doesn't have all the top-notch specs you'd find on an actual flagship. It has a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.2Ghz and 1GB RAM. It as an Adreno 305 GPU which will get you by with p...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Good camera, especially for the price
Testers didn't like the device's look and feel, Users unfamiliar with Windows OS may find it hard to navigate
Microsoft has been working hard to crack the smartphone market with its Windows phone. The Lumia 830 is an affordable mid-range phone with a 5" screen and 720p resolution — for comparison, most high-end phones have 1080p or higher, so the Lumia's display...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-03
The Lumia 830’s model number might be a full hundred digits below Windows Phone’s true flagship, but the step down in prestige also brings a step down in size...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-28
Very good battery life, Coloraccurate display, Fluid and stable video footage with excellent sound recording
Some LED flash shots come out of focus, Middling earpiece quality, No MKV video format support, Cumbersome nano SIM card format
The Lumia 830 is Nokia's last midrange effort before its entire smartphone business was gobbled up, and rebranded as Microsoft Lumia. Nevertheless, the handset will be updated to the unifying Windows 10 when it lands later this year, so it is far from ir...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-23
Build quality, camera, battery life
Prefer 1080p resolution, 3rd party app support
I had a chance to use a Nokia Lumia 830 for a couple weeks as part of Microsoft's #ConnectsTrial program based out of the UK. I'll be giving my thoughts in a series of articles, this being the first – the Nokia Lumia 830 review. In the second I'll take a...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-11
The Lumia 830, available from AT&T, is one of the last Windows Phone handsets to wear Nokia's brand name. It's an interesting entry; it's an update to the Lumia 820, though it resembles the higher-end Lumia Icon/928. In other words, if you want a phone t...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-01
The Lumia 830 was launched by Microsoft at the IFA trade show in September. As seems to be the norm for most Nokia phones, it has taken a short while for announced phones to be generally available, but the Lumia 830 can now be found in many markets. When ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Our review of the ultra low-end Lumia 530 found it rather wanting. Sometimes cheap is too cheap, and that phone cut a few too many corners. We felt the Lumia 630 and 635 were a lot more compelling, and in some ways the 630/635 represent the true successor...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-17
Excellent voice quality. Good size and build.
Underpowered compared with the competition. Disappointing battery life
It's tough being the middle child. Stuck in the middle of the notoriously slow-to-change Windows Phone lineup, the Nokia Lumia 830 doesn't have an impulse-buy price or spectacular performance to set it apart. It's also suffering from a weird AT&T...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-15
It isn't a strange time to be a potential Windows Phone buyer. It's a very strange time to be a Windows Phone buyer. The smartphone market and the now Microsoft-owned Nokia Devices business are moving in completely separate directions, if the Nokia Lumia ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-13
Smart-looking with satisfying mid-range power, the Lumia 830 packs in more features than you'd expect at this price range, including the impressive PureView camera
A 720p screen seems a little disappointing on anything with the title 'flagship'. Windows, as always, suffers when it comes to your choice of apps in the marketplace
The Nokia Lumia 830 is an affordable flagship smartphone, but it's also a swansong for the venerable Finnish company. Nokia's name is on the way out, and Microsoft will be the brand of choice for the next generation of Lumia phones, with the Microsoft Lum...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-10
Thin, relatively light, but with a solid feel, Phone's photo-taking abilities will improve with Lumia Camera app, Solid performance for the price
Camera currently struggles in low light, "Hey Cortana!" active listening won't be supported, Still lags behind iOS, Android in quality apps
To date, the Nokia Lumia Icon has topped the list of my favorite Windows Phones. But if you invest $99 to buy the new Microsoft Nokia Lumia 830 via AT&T, you'll be handed a thinner, lighter phone that's equally robust, which you may even prefer to the old...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-10
High-quality materials and decent build, Good Wi-Fi range, Removable battery, Expandable storage, Decent camera, Wireless recharging, Good GPS receiver, Decent battery life, Miracast and DLNA, Useful, preloaded software, Bright screen with high color accu...
that however has an increased black level, Strong IPS glow in flat viewing angles, Sluggish SoC, No ac Wi-Fi, No Cortana in Europe, Inferior speaker
The Nokia Lumia 830 is the last smartphone that will bear the Finnish company's phone logo. Future models will be developed and sold under Microsoft's brand name . The manufacturer advertises the device as an affordable flagship smartphone with up-to-date...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-02
Solid aluminum frame, Impressive, image-stabilized rear camera, Good everyday performance
Struggles in some games, Merely average front camera, Quirky white balance (though pending updates may improve things)
When Nokia released the Lumia Icon earlier this year, it took its polycarbonate design philosophy and went a bit metal -- aluminum, specifically. The result was a premium phone with a fancy body to match. But the Icon's exclusivity on Verizon limited its ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-01
Good camera, quality materials and design. Removable battery and expandable storage
Display is just decent, CPU and graphics aren't for hardcore gamers
AT&T offers the Lumia 830 in the US for $99 on contract and $450 full retail. There are quite a few tempting phones in that price range, including some last gen but still solid Android phones and the iPhone 5s. But if you're a Windows Phone fan, it's cert...
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