The front-facing camera in question is a 5MP snapper with a 25mm wide-angle lens, which should help you fit more people in your photos
Moving away from the camera, the rest of the device stacks up nicely against the rivals in its expected upper-mid range market. Its 5.5-in Full HD display uses the Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 and super vivid-mode, which sounds like it will provide superb visuals. It is powered by a MediaTek 1.7GHz Octa-core 64-bit processor and the 2,600mAh battery provides more than eight hours of video watching time.
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