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Nokia 8 has a camera which lets you take 'bothies' – here's what it means and how it works

The new Nokia 8 smartphone is able to take a picture using the front-facing and rear-facing camera simultaneously, which Nokia has dubbed "bothies". Other phones are able to do this but the Nokia 8 claims to be the first phone that can live stream this way on sites like Facebook and YouTube. Watch this video to see how it works. Produced by Jasper Pickering. Original reporting by Jeff Dunn.
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