The Nokia Lumia trademark, which is now owned by Microsoft, is likely to undergo a revamp by the Redmond-based company and might be called 'Nokia by Microsoft'. Speculations are rife that users could get to see the new branding in soon-to-be-relased Lumia 830 smartphone.

According to a report in Wmpoweruser, the Lumia 830 would indeed be branded Nokia by Microsoft, and the device would feature a 13MP Pureview camera.

However, the highlight of Lumia 830 should be its branding, considering the fact that tipster evleaks had earlier reported about Microsoft finalising Nokia rebranding formalities.

Nokia by Microsoft branding on Lumia smartphones could baffle even the most hardcore MS loyalists, because Nokia's Lumia range was considered by the company as their flagship brand, and it had begun to find footing across various countries throughout the globe.

As for the technical specifications of Lumia 830, nothing official has been surfaced yet, but a Verge report states that the new smartphone could come with an outer aluminium frame, supported by a polycarbonate rear structure.

The new Lumia is expected to incorporate a 4.5in screen, Windows Phone 8.1 OS, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 13MP rear camera, and 1GB RAM.

The smartphone is likely to fall into the category of mid-range Windows phone devices just like the Lumia 820 that comes with a 1GB RAM, 8MP primary camera and Windows Phone 8 platform.

Pricing details of the speculated Lumia 830 haven't surfaced, but considering the highly rumoured 13MP camera, we can expect Microsoft to put a relatively high price tag for the device.