According to “reliable sources” of TK Tech News, Nokia 830 can receive three distinct versions in the United States, with varying sizes and specifications. Each of the models must be exclusive of a North American operator, being the chosen Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, similarly to what was done by the company with the 822, 820 and 810.
The publication asserts that the versions of the AT&T and T-Mobile should be fairly similar, with differences only in cameras and on the fact that one of them won’t come with wireless recharge-Variant that the site believed to be the AT&T. Finally, the T-Mobile version would bring a 4.7-inch screen and possible improvements of specifications and resolution.
Another recent leak indicates that the Verizon model would have a 4.5 inch screen, camera PureView of 20.1 MP and microSD card support. The differences between the devices of each carrier would not be something totally unprecedented, since some u.s. carriers did something similar with the LG Vista. It is worth mentioning that the image that opens this text is a concept art based on leaks and may not represent the final apparatus.