The concept of a 'selfie' has emerged in recent times. And it has been such a great emergence that there are now a whole host of smartphones offering a great front camera to offer a great selfie support.
As you may know already, the basic concept of a selfie involves taking you own face shot (either alone or with friends) via the camera that's placed at the front of the camera. Needless to say, the trend has caught on with movie stars, football players and other similar personalities.
And with the trend now catching up fast, more and more new devices are coming up with great support for selfies. And one such device is the new Xperia C3 handset from Sony.
Sony recently launched its own selfie phone called the Sony Xperia C3 for all those who enjoy the concept. Apparently, the phone comes with a 5MP front camera with LED flash support to it as well. The idea here is to take selfies even in low light or night conditions.
But with or without the concept of selfie, what are the features of the phone on an overall? We take a look at the top 5 selfie centric features of the phone.
The in-device camera on the Xperia C3 is built with the same modules as leading Sony cameras. The Exmor RS for mobile is, according to Sony, "an evolution of our Sony image sensor technology, with a next-generation BSI light sensor." So expect greater image clarity every time you take a shot.
The 5 MP front camera of the Xperia C3 features a 25 mm wide-angle lens with an 80 degree field of view. The idea is to fit in even more of the view, and even more friends in the shot.
The Xperia C3 comes with a unique LED flash that will create perfect shots whether you take them in daylight or at night. The flash is said to cast a soft even light across the whole image, capturing every detail with crystal clear precision.
This is the first Xperia smartphone to boast a Superior Auto for the front camera. So whether you have a strong backlight or want to capture a beautiful night scene, all the selfie portraits will look professional with Superior Auto mode.
As you may know already by now, HDR (High Dynamic Range) is an imaging technology that gives you clear photos against strong backlight. And with HDR for video, you can film in high contrast situations and get great footages.