The Nokia Lumia 830 is now available in the U.S. online exclusively at AT&T.com and at AT&T retail stores. The Lumia 830 is a Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone with all the special attributes that I love including Qi wireless charging, replaceable battery, microSD card slot, FM radio and a double tap screen wakeup feature. It even comes with an extra back cover. There’s a bright green cover and a black cover. Both covers have wireless charging capability. This is a smaller phone that fits nicely in your pocket while providing a 5″ HD display and a 10MP camera with ZEISS optics.
Now you can get a free Fitbit Flex activity tracker when you purchase the Nokia Lumia 830 from AT&T while supplies last. The Fitbit Flex is a fitness tracker that you wear on your wrist that will track your steps, calories and sleep. It’s water resistant, has silent (vibrating) alarms and syncs wirelessly with the Lumia. You don’t even need a desktop or laptop computer to set it up. All you need is your phone.
The Fitbit app for Windows Phone 8.1 offers some cool features not available on iOS and Android versions of the app. You can add a live tile to the home screen that will show your total steps for the day along with your progress towards your daily goal.
Using the new Cortana intelligent personal assistant in Windows Phone 8.1 makes fitness tracking with the Fitbit app easier to do things like setting silent alarms and logging foods for calorie tracking. By speaking to Cortana, you can quickly log any of the 350,000 foods in the Fitbit database by just saying things like “I had a turkey sandwich for lunch” or “I had a slice of pizza for dinner”. That’s quicker and easier than searching for food in the database by scrolling through lists or typing food names in the search box.
The Nokia Lumia 830 with the free Fitbit Flex activity tracker is available now for only $99.99 with a 2 year contract or $449.99 with no contract (free Fitbit available for a limited time, while supplies last). For more info head over to the Lumia 830 AT&T page.