Micromax Selfie 2 with front flash, Nougat pops up online

Micromax has listed a brand new handset called the Selfie 2 on its website without any price or availability details. The company hasn’t said anything official about the handset yet, but a formal unveiling shouldn’t be too far off in the future.

The Selfie 2 appears to be distinct from Micromax’s previous Canvas Selfie series. Based on the listed specs, the new device will probably target selfie-lovers on a budget. There’s a heavy emphasis on the front-facing shooter, with the brand equipping it with an 8MP resolution, an aperture of f/2.0, a Sony IMX135 sensor, a blue glass IR filter, a 5-piece lens, and HDR support.

Accompanying features include a Real Time Bokeh Effect, Wide-Angle photos, Face Beauty Mode, and One Touch Shot. As for the Selfie 2’s rear snapper, it boasts of a 13MP resolution, an OmniVision OV8856 sensor, an aperture of f/2.0, a field-of-view of 84 degrees, LED flash, and the same 5-piece lens. Skill sets encompass tools like Auto Scene Detection, Panorama, and Super Pixel 5200M.

Micromax Selfie 2

Other than its selfie abilities, the other big highlights of the Micromax phone are its fingerprint scanner and Android 7.0 Nougat OS. It’s not clear whether an upgrade to Android O will be offered in the future, given the fact that the release of the software is right around the corner.

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In terms of performance, the Selfie 2 comes with a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6737 processor, 32GB of ROM, and 3GB of RAM. Micromax is bundling it with a 100-day replacement warranty in case of hardware failure. We’ll keep you informed as and when the company decides to reveal more details in the coming days.