More than 250 people worldwide have died taking selfies
, study finds.
The large aperture also ensures that the sensor gets more light and selfies
taken during the night comes out bright as well.
Although females are generally predicted to take more selfies
, the research found that men were three times more responsible for risky behaviour as compared to the women.
ISLAMABAD -- More than 250 people worldwide have died while taking dangerous selfies
in their quest for social media 'likes', a study has found.
ISLAMABAD:More than 250 people died in the last six years while taking selfies
, with many deaths coming when the individual tried to capture their visage near water or transportation, according to a study.
Researchers have found that there have been 259 deaths involving selfies
from October 2011 to November 2017, according to a study published in the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care.
If you like taking selfies
, you may want to be extra careful in future as they can be potentially dangerous and even deadly, especially when you are around water, Sky News reports.
HUAWEI nova3 - press photo In our selfie
obsessed generation in the region, it is a known fact that selfies
have become a reflection of who we are and even where we are.
The series is designed to offer an AI-enhanced lifestyle, which includes a huge focus on an outstanding selfie
experience with its AI beautification features and front camera that allows one to capture AI selfies
With the quest to understand the selfie
behaviour of people in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, YouGov partnered with Huawei, one of the top smartphone manufacturers globally, and conducted a study, which found that 56 per cent of UAE residents take selfie
every day, while in the KSA, 51 per cent of residents take selfies
Now an official word in the English dictionary, selfies
aren't just a fad, but a defining revolution that's influenced human psychology, sociology and technological advances.
And it lives up to its reputation!The phone has an amazing 25MP front camera and the company has branded it Selfie
Expert.Powered by Artificial Intelligence, the front shooter is said to enhance selfies
and make photos look flawless.
The author explores what selfies
mean and do, why people love and hate them, and what it reveals about collective cultural values and social norms.
Smartphones allow a person to take selfies
as fast as the index finger can click, yet from a dismayingly close distance that may leave the subject dissatisfied.
In an age where a considerable portion of the global population is addicted to taking and sharing selfies
on social media, researchers say that many such individuals are erroneously inspired to go under the knife to make their nose smaller.