Nokia has officially revealed two new Lumia phones designed for taking selfies. The Lumia 730 Dual SIM and Lumia 735 both come loaded with a five megapixel front-facing camera for capturing those all important, self–regarding snaps.
The camera has a special 24mm wide angle lens for getting more people into your group selfies, much like the snapper on the front of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 4.
What’s more a new Lumia Selfie app lets you add filters and tweak your creations so they stand out from the crowd when you shovel them onto Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
On top of all that imaging nous, Microsoft’s Nokia division has included a quad core Snapdragon processor, 4.7–inch OLED screen, 8GB of on board storage and support for 128GB of microSD cards.
For those who want to reel off pics without starring in them, there’s a 6.7-megapixel camera round the back. 4G comes as standard on the Lumia 735, with 3G on the dual SIM toting Lumia 730.
The latter will cost €199 and the former is €219, with both on sale later this month.