Microsoft has today announced the Lumia 830 – its latest in a long line of camera-focused smartphones – but rather than aim it clearly at the ‘premium’ segment of the market, Microsoft has attempted to provide a unified Windows Phone experience across a range of devices in order to provide greater consumer choice. While that’s admirable, bringing high-end features and specs to the lower-end of the market usually results in a compromise too far – so how does Microsoft’s ‘affordable flagship’ measure up? We went hands-on to find out. Design The device clearly takes cues from the recently released Lumia…

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