Nokia Lumia 730 takes a selfie with “most number of people with recognizable faces”
As the world shifts it’s attention from weird to weirder and with things like Kim Kardashian’s unclad butt trending (on some sections of the Internet) more popularly than science landing a space craft on a moving comet, things like these unsurprisingly easily popular.
So, Microsoft Bangladesh (formerly Nokia Bangladesh) decided the best thing it could do last weekend was to organize some celebrities and have them take the “biggest selfie ever!”
Well, after the selfie, group selfie, groupie, groufie (or whatever they call it) was taken, someone was paid to count the faces on the picture as Microsoft said 1,151 as the number of people whom their faces appeared in the group photograph.
So here it is, it doesn’t stop global warming or send a protective gear to a gallant nurse fighting Ebola in Liberia, but anyways:
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