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This is the Nokia Lumia 735. It's a 4.7-inch phone running the latest Windows Phone 8.1 software, with a 720p display, quad-core processor and 4G LTE.

That's quite a cool little package and what's more, it won't cost you the Earth either.

Nokia says the Lumia 735 will go on sale throughout Europe later this year for around €219, which converts to around £175, $290 and AU$310. Firm pricing and regional availability is yet to be announced.

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With its one-piece, rounded plastic back, the phone is physically quite similar to the older Lumia 800.

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Unlike the Lumia 800, however, the back panels are removable. There's a range of colourful cases to choose from.

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That's a 6.7-megapixel camera on the back, with a 5-megapixel camera on the front. The front camera has a wide-angle lens too, to help you cram more of your friends into those selfies.

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It's slim and comfortable to hold in one hand.

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It's running the latest Windows Phone 8.1 software.

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There's a 1.2GHz quad-core processor inside and it's all powered by a 2,200mAh battery, which I expect should provide at least a day of moderate use.

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All of the cases have built-in NFC.

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The latest update to Windows Phone 8.1 -- codenamed Denim -- is on the 735. It brings the Siri-like voice assistant Cortana to the UK and China. It also allows you to pop live tiles on your home screen into folders.

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Windows Phone 8.1 is still easy to use, but still suffers from a lack of love from developers. You probably won't be a fan if you like being first in the queue for new apps and games.

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The screen has a 720p resolution that seemed perfectly adequate in my hands-on time. Look out for a full review soon.

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