Microsoft markets the mid-range Lumia 730 as a "selfie phone"

Cesar Ian S. Fuentes – Fourth Estate Cooperative Tech Contributor

Redmond, Califorinia, United States (4E) – Microsoft is starting to put the Lumia 730 out of the box. Days before its expected pre-IFA event, the Redmond company outs several pictures showing Lumia 730′s front camera calibre. Tagged as the “selfie phone,” the new teaser delicately shows the prowess of the Lumia camera.

The device had previously graced us with an unannounced appearance over the web. Thus, we are expecting this hardware to sport a 4.7-inch screen real estate that will sum up to 854 x 480 pixel resolution. This simply states that the device will absolutely hit the mid-range market.

Aside from the stellar 5-megapixel front camera, we suppose that this phone will have a gigabyte of RAM, a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor and the basic 8 gigabyte of internal memory which supports a microSD card. This spin-off of last year’s Lumia 720 will have a 6.1-megapixel camera and dual-SIM capability.

Likewise, the device will also have a 2000 mAh battery in a polycarbonate unibody construction. And an LTE variant will also come alongside the standard phone with a Lumia 735 moniker.

Aside from the “selfie phone,” the Lumia 830 might also star in the September 4th press event. This phone is pegged to have a PureView camera making it an “affordable high-end” device.

Software-wise, both Lumias will be powered by the brand new Windows Phone 8.1 software courtesy of Microsoft.

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