Microsoft has today announced what it is calling its “first affordable flagship smartphone”, dubbed the Lumia 830, the company says that it is a simmer and sleeker version of the 930 but with a new design.

Featuring a 5-inch display, Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of in-built storage and a microSD card slot that can add up to a further 128GB, the Lumia 830 weighs only 150 grams, and is only 8.5mm thin.

Around the back it will also feature a 10 megapixel shooter that has image optimisation and takes advantage of the Lumia Denim’s new software enhancements. One of these new enhancements is something called Flash shot that allows users to take photos both with and without the flash one after the other, allowing the user to choose the best out of the two after.

Inside you will also find a 2200mAh battery with wireless charging as standard. The phone will also have NFC enabled and will come with 15GB of free OneDrive storage.

The phone will be available by the end of September in orange, green, white, grey and black.

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