Nokia Lumia Superman to be Windows Phone selfie king

The Nokia Lumia Superman could a smartphone with a specific focus on the front-facing camera, making it the king of the selfies.

Well, in the Windows Phone market anyway. According to the latest report, Nokia is working on a smartphone with the codename “Superman” that will feature a high-resolution front-facing camera, making it a prime purchase for selfie lovers.

“Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans” tell The Verge that the Lumia Superman will feature a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, up from the standard 1.2-megapixel offering.

This would match the front-facing camera offerings of the newly launched HTC One M8, which also has a 5-megapixel secondary camera.

Apparently the Superman will pack a 4.7-inch display with mid-range specs, the majority of which aren’t known at this point.

It is expected to debut towards the end of the year to coincide with a later Windows Phone 8.1 update. The first Windows Phone 8.1 update is pencilled in for July, but the Superman should arrive with a second update later on in 2014.

Also tipped for launch this year is a Nokia Lumia Goldfinger phone, although it was originally tipped for an announcement in line with the Windows Phone 8.1 unveiling.

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However, it has been supposedly delayed so that it can launch with support for its special 3D Touch gesture controls, which will allegedly work in a similar fashion to the Samsung Air View and Air Gesture features.

The codename Goldfinger smartphone along with two additional Windows Phone 8.1 device are still undergoing testing.

Read more: Windows Phone 8.1 Features