A front-facing camera, or selfie camera, is a feature of cameras, mobile phones, smartphones, tablets and similar mobile devices that allows taking a self-portrait photograph or video while looking at the display of the device, usually showing a live preview of the image. Front-facing cameras are therefore an important development for videotelephony and the taking of selfies.
The iPhone 4, released in 2010, was the first iPhone to include a front-facing camera module.
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