At the IFA 2014 technology show in Berlin, Microsoft announced the launch of Lumia 830 smartphone.
The Lumia 830 smartphone has a 5-inch screen, measured diagonally, and supports 4G LTE cellular networks. It will cost about 330 euros ($435).
The new phone will start shipping in September, though not necessarily right away in all markets.
Its powerful battery offers standby time of up to 22 days, said Microsoft.
The main specifications of Lumia 830 include Windows Phone 8.1 with Lumia Denim update, Free global HERE Maps and HERE Drive+Free HERE Transit available in the Store, 5” ClearBlack IPS-LCD 1280*720p, 2200 mAh batteryIntegrated Qi wireless charging, 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 MP front camera with 720p video recording, 16GB + 15GB free OneDrive, micro SD slot up to 128GB.
Lumia 830 will come pre-loaded with the Lumia Denim update, which brings Live Folders, Apps Corner, an updated Glance screen and more secure networking to Windows 8.1 Lumia devices.
The Lumia 830 is expected to be available in September around the world and is estimated to be priced at around 330 euros.