In our humble opinion, there's no need to be ashamed of the fact that you're totally selfie-obsessed. Celebrate your face, girl! In honor of you, we've done some research—behold, five of the top selca-friendly smartphones for your snapping pleasure. Click away!
Sony Xperia XA1 Dual
Released in April 2017, the Sony Xperia XA1 Dual's front camera has a 23-degree wide angle lens for clicking group selfies with ease. It also comes with an improved 8 MP Sony Exmor camera lens and Superior Auto Focus sensor for extra-clear selfies.
The V5s sports a 20 MP front-facing selfie camera with a 5P lens. Bonus: Its f/2.0 aperture is one of its key highlights! This sensor is a wide angle lens, allowing the user to pack in as many people as possible.
The Moonlight flash feature helps users snap better images in low light environments. There's also a new group selfie mode via software update to the smartphone for better group selfies and beautify 6.0 App for quick retouching.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
The Samsung C9 Pro comes with a 16 MP, f/1.9 aperture front selfie camera—the best you can get from any other Samsung smartphones out there!
HTC Desire 826
The HTC Desire 826 doesn't actually have a front camera with higher MPs, but it does have a lens that boasts bigger pixels (perfect for absorbing more light and taking clearer shots). HTC claims that the Desire's front camera can capture 300% more light and is highly effective in snapping great photos in artificial light and dark surroundings.
Asus Zenfone Selfie
Now this is selca dedication: Asus' latest model is crafted specifically to cater to the needs of proud selfie lovers. Packed with a 13 MP front camera, the Zenfone Selfie's got f/2.0-aperture, an auto-laser focus lens, a 140-degree panorama function, and a real tone Dual LED flash (that uses a combination of white and yellow light so your skintone appears more accurate and natural).
Something nifty: just draw an “s” on the screen when you're ready to take a selfie, and the camera switches on! Oh, and the phone also comes with beautification modes that make real-time skin corrections a ton easier, so there’s no need to open a separate app. Cool, huh?