This Thursday, three more Lumia handsets will be included in the battle of the great. And to be precise, it will be slightly difficult for their rivals to beat them, considering the options and the latest customizability we have recently noticed in the Windows Phone 8.1
The Lumia 735, ladies and gentlemen, is backed with a heart of Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, clocked at 1.2GHz, along with 8GB internal storage, 4.7 inch 720p display with a curved glass, 15GB OneDrive cloud storage space, a 6.7MP primary shooter, and a 5MP HD secondary camera for all your selfie needs, and a provision to add an external micro SD card up to 128GB.
Considering the specs, I would say that this is all we need. And its brother, Lumia 735 is similar to the 730 model, but it lacks 4G LTE networks, which might be the reason why they gave it an another model name. These smart phones are yet to be launched this month.
And then there is this big guy, Lumia 830, which seems like the leader of the Lumia 730, and 735. It is made up of a 5 inch 1280x720p display that is protected by Gorilla Glass 3, a 1GB of RAM to get those multi-tasking juices flowing, 15GB of OneDrive cloud storage, 16GB internal memory that can be expanded upto 128GB with micro SD cards, 10MP pureview primary camera which is the best thing, 3 microphones, Qi wireless charging. That pretty much wraps up the internals of this phone, but are still many things remaining, such as the ergonomics, overall performance, etc. All these things will be covered once it is launched, which will be happening by the end of this month.
But there are other smart phones too, that will be launched with these. Lumia 930, Lumia Icon and the Lumia 1520. All of them are identical, but the only difference will be in their camera abilities, quality, 4k recording, and the snappiness.