Kingmax announces MySelfie device for selfie fans

Kingmax announces MySelfie device for selfie fans

Taking a picture of yourself with your own hands is a really popular activity nowadays but quite often this is not an easy task and such pictures, called selfies, are frequently discarded as they do not have the required features and qualities to stay on your memory card. Now taking selfies is easier than ever thanks to the efforts of Kingmax Semiconductor, which has just announced a device called MySelfie. As the brand name of the product suggests it is here to ease your life when taking selfies.

The new device measures 60 x 26.4 x 7 mm and weighs just 11 grams. Designed to ease users who like to take selfies, the MySelfie uses Bluetooth technology to connect to a smartphone that is as far as 10 meters at most. Once connected the only thing you should do is press the button on MySelfie. The device is powered by a regular CR2032 lithium-ion battery that should last a year if you take up to 10 selfies per day.

MySelfie is completely compatible with devices that run iOS and Android. The official release date and the price of the device are still unknown.

Source: Kingmax

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