IFA 2014 is just days away in Berlin and Microsoft is starting to tease its next Windows Phone announcement on September 4th. We previously looked at invitations being fired out that hinted at a special 'selfie' Windows Phone (the Lumia 730) and this morning the company shared an image, which could have potentially been taken with said Windows Phone.
Not much else is revealed about the upcoming device, but we'll be at IFA to cover everything Windows Phone and bring you all the news as it happens. If reports are to be believed, we're looking at a 5MP front-facing shooter. The Lumia 730 is set to succeed the popular Lumia 720, a mid-range Windows Phone.
Would you be interested in a selfie phone from Microsoft? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Source: Nokia Conversations; thanks to everyone who tipped us!
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