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Selfie is what the new Nokia Lumia 730 was made for. teased with a few Selfies

cjmagowan  —  4 years ago ( Sep 02, 2014 )    |    Mobile


As Microsoft/Nokia prepares for IFA 2014, the company has already released a teaser image depicting a selfie shot which refers to the upcoming Nokia Lumia 730. The Lumia 730 is Microsoft’s latest selfie centric device. It was teased last month by Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore and now another teaser was released at Nokia Conversations blog showing the anticipated arrival of Lumia 730.

Lumia 730 unlike any other Lumia devices in the market features a high-resolution front facing camera especially designed for people who loves to take a selfie or groupie perhaps, This feature has been around with other manufacturer and Nokia is here to join the craze, not only to compete with the competition but in an attempt to get ahead.

The Lumia 730 has already been known from rumors and leaks and even the prices confirmed. But still it’s definitely a different device from the usual Lumia line-up. It will feature a 4.7-inch HD display and will be running a Quad-core Snapdragon 400 Cortex-A7 processor, a first in Lumia with 5 Megapixel front facing camera which is ideal for taking nonetheless a “Selfie” shots in addition to the high-resolution video calls that the camera sensor would bring. It will also take wide-angle 6.5 Megapixel photos from main back camera to complete the package.

The Lumia 730 will be shown off in Berlin in a couple of days from now at IFA 2014, with a rumored release by the end of September. In addition to that, Nokia is also expected to unveil their PureView Camera equipped Lumia 830 in IFA 2014 as well.

That’s all for now, We’ll be covering the highlights of IFA 2014 so stay tuned.