Nokia's Lumia 830 is the cheapest PureView cameraphone yet (hands-on)
I'm Andrew Hoyle, CNET, and I'm here taking a look at the Nokia Lumia 830.
It's a 5 inch Windows phone with a 10 megapixel PureView camera.
Physically, I think the 830 is pretty good looking bit of kit.
It has colorful, interchangeable back panels, and it has a metal band running around the edge.
That black circle is the camera unit.
It's a 10 megapixel camera, with optical image stabilization, and a high-quality Zeiss lens.
Nokia has given the Lumia 830 the latest camera software known as Lumia Camera 5.0.
It brings features such as instant 4K video shooting when you press and hold the shutter button, HDR and flash modes that you can altar the intensity of after you've taken a shot, and existing features like the action sequence mode.
Five inch display has a 720p resolution, which looks crisp and bright, and is running on a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor.
The 830 has wireless charging built-in, and Nokia has a new wireless charger to go with it, which will hopefully glow to show incoming notifications, or to tell you when your battery's low.
The Lumia 830 should be going on sale towards the end of September globally, and will cost you around 300 Euros.
I'm Andrew Hall of CNET and this is a Nokia Lumia 830.
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