Earlier today, Microsoft announced three new additions to its Windows Phone range: the Nokia Lumia 830, Lumia 735 and Lumia 730 (although the latter two are different versions of the same device - the 735 with 4G LTE connectivity, and the 730 with 3G and dual-SIM support).

While the new handsets were being unveiled in Berlin, we joined Microsoft's team in London for the launch, where we had a bit of hands-on time with the Lumia 830 and 735 - just long enough to form some initial impressions. 

Unlike its cheaper siblings - the Lumia 530, 630 and 635 - the Lumia 735 has a front-facing camera, and indeed, this is the handset's key selling point. "It's time for a better Skype experience, time for a better selfie," Microsoft said, shortly before revealing the device for the first time.

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