The Nokia Lumia 830 may or may not be “the affordable flagship,” but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t captured the attention of Windows Phone fans across the globe. We’re fairly sure some of said fans are based here in the US, and a subset of that group also uses AT&T. If you find yourself in that small group, you’re in luck for sure – AT&T has just announced that it’ll begin stocking the Nokia Lumia 830 this year.

The 830 features specs like a 10MP PureView imaging unit, and integrated wireless charging. It ships with the latest version of Windows Phone, Lumia Denim (and we thought Cyan was new!), and Stephen Elop (Executive Vice President of Microsoft Devices Group) says it’ll be on sale in the US in time for the holiday shopping season.

To find out what you can expect from the Nokia Lumia 830, check out Taylor Martin’s hands-on video, our initial announcement post, the post we highlighted its specs in, and our specs comparisons between it and the Lumia 930 / Icon and 1020.

Are any of you looking to pick up the Nokia Lumia 830 when it becomes available on AT&T? Or are you holding out for the long-rumored Lumia 1020 replacement to show up?

Source: AT&T

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