Microsoft Teases New Lumia 'Selfie Phone' Unveiling on September 4th

Microsoft Teases New Lumia 'Selfie Phone' Unveiling on September 4th

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Microsoft has announced a press event for September 4th at which it will reportedly unveil a new 'selfie phone' and perhaps another new smartphone with a PureView camera, reports the Verge.

The company sent out a press release entitled, "Ready for More?". It reads, "Join us for more face time in Berlin, Germany on September 4, 2014. Details to follow."

Stephen Elop is said to have recently showed off two new Lumia Windows Phones at an internal company meeting. One is described as a selfie phone and may be dubbed the Lumia 730. Images of the device leaked recently and can be seen below.

Also in the works is the Lumia 830, codenamed Tesla. It's said to feature a PureView camera. It's unclear whether or not both devices are to be unveiled at the event.

Notably, Microsoft's event is just five days before Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 6.

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Microsoft Teases New Lumia 'Selfie Phone' Unveiling on September 4th

Microsoft Teases New Lumia 'Selfie Phone' Unveiling on September 4th
NoGoodNick - August 12, 2014 at 3:41pm
And of course, they schedule their press announcement only four days before Apple unveils the new iPhone 6. Good luck, MS. You've got a decent phone, but you've got a steep climb before you'll be considered a 'player' in the smartphone market.
Thief Jobs - August 12, 2014 at 2:21pm
Hey stop alerting people about our scam, we got them under our spell forever. only fool people get fool over and over.
Mr. Dung - August 12, 2014 at 2:44pm
Child please, I'm the real master here. We're blind than you can ever hope, it takes open sourced os to create mind fooling fanboys to throw money on our junk, sure we attempted it yearly but still collect dust. Endless eternity with blind rants, jokes, gullible lies, and cults to hope for the best to act better, that's our game. Nothing's a poisonous apple if it's not insecure, that's why this is our backup.
Apple Kunt - August 12, 2014 at 2:18pm
no more iphone crapp for me, enough stupidity, you can fool me once but not twice.
NoGoodNick - August 12, 2014 at 3:44pm
Uh, at what point did we get more paid-Samsung shills than legitimate fans of news of Apple products? I'm sick of every article generating scores of mindless Apple bashing. If you don't like iPhones, then just don't visit the site. After all, I don't visit Samsung fan sites (but then again, I'm not paid to do so, either).
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