It does look as though the world is getting more and more self absorbed these days, what with the selfie phenomenon having taken over the masses. Having said that, we have even seen “selfie phones” that were released in recent times, such as the Sony Xperia C3, and Nokia does not look as though they want to miss out on the bandwagon either with the official announcement of the Nokia Lumia 730 Dual SIM and Nokia Lumia 735 which would enable ordinary folk to capture and share more without missing a beat.
Regardless of which particular model you decide to pick up, they will both feature a front-facing, wide-angle, 5-megapixel camera that is perfect when it comes down to Skype video calls. This would allow you to let the person whom you are carrying out a conversation with to share more of the world around, not to mention being able to fit in more people in a single call.
Not only that, there is also an accompanying offer which would pave the way for a free, three-month Skype Worldwide Unlimited subscription, making it a whole lot easier to carry out an international voice call with friends and family. There is also the integration of one-tap Skype video call access during voice calls, letting folks enjoy different methods of sharing their stories regardless of where they are.
The Nokia Lumia 730 Dual SIM and Lumia 735 will be made available globally later this month, where it sports a 2220 mAh battery, 8GB of internal memory, 15GB of free OneDrive storage. Expect the Lumia 730 Dual SIM to retail for 199 Euros thereabouts, while the Lumia 735 with LTE/4G and wireless charging capability is a wee bit more expensive at 219 Euros, both before taxes and subsidies.
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