Microsoft Mobile has unveiled the Nokia Lumia 730, 735 and 830 at IFA in Germany today.
The Lumia 730 and 735 are successors to the Lumia 720, which wasn’t released here in Ireland and the 830 is aimed at bringing some of the high-end specs and design of the Lumia 930 but at a more affordable price.
The Lumia 830 has a 10mp rear camera with Zeiss optics and Optical Image Stabilisation along with built-in wireless charging and a 5 inch, 720p HD LCD display. Inside is 16GB of storage with MicroSD card support, 1GB of RAM and a Quad Core processor.
The battery will be removable and the design is very similar to the Lumia 930, although it’s much thinner and lighter, at 8.5mm thin, the 830 is the thinnest and lightest Lumia ever.
The Lumia 830 comes in bright orange, bright green, white and black and is expected to launch in September for around €330 before taxes and subsidies.
Meanwhile the Lumia 730 and 735 are for a more budget-conscience buyer, with the 730 is expected to launch in a few weeks with 3G dual SIM support for €199 and the 735 will support a single 4G LTE SIM for €219.
The 730/735 have 1GB of RAM, a Quad-core processor and a 4.7 inch 720p HD LCD display with 8GB of internal storage and MicroSD card support.
The design language of the 730/735 is clearly similar to the 720 but with a curved hint of the Lumia 800 thrown in and it has also has a removable battery with wireless charging support.
Where the 730/735 shines though is in its front facing camera. The rear camera is a 6.7MP shooter with an LED flash while the front camera is a 5MP lens with wide-angle, meaning you can fit more people into your selfies.