One (M7), then a bunch of Chinese makers like Huawei started outfitting their handsets with frontal cameras that are wide-angle, high-res, or both. Samsung now also chips in with the 3.7 MP 120 degree f/1.8 aperture front snapper of the Note 4, Nokia announced a selfie Lumia 730, Sony outed a weird looking selfie accessory, and it all culminates now with the Desire Eye. That one has two 13 MP shooters front and rear, and both are equipped with two-tone LED flash, for the most perfect groups selfies and video chat sessions available on a phone.First it was HTC with the wide-angle 88 degree camera on the
Well, manufacturers ideas what users want are one thing, and their actual take on the matter is another, that's why we wanted to ask you if a good frontal camera is now a consideration when you are choosing a phone. Take your pick in the poll below, and tell us why in the comments.