Your selfies are about to get a whole lot sharper, thanks to Asus.

The company on Monday showed off a new smartphone, dubbed the ZenFone Selfie, which features a 13-megapixel front-facing camera with a flash, along with a new "beatification mode" to help enhance your mug with "digital cosmetics." Yes, there's now a whole phone specifically designed to help you take flattering photos of yourself.

Unveiled at Computex in Taiwan alongside a slew of other "Zen"-themed products including tablets, all-in-one PCs, and a smartwatch, the new ZenFone Selfie also features a 13-megapixel camera on the back, should you ever decide you want to take a photo of something other than yourself. The rear camera has a large f/2.0 aperture lens and laser auto-focus technology for clear photos even in low-light conditions.

But back to what's really important about this phone its selfie features. The new ZenUI beautification mode will let you digitally contour your face and remove imperfections without any makeup.

"A few taps is all that's needed to soften facial features, slim cheeks, and enhance skin tone to add vibrancy, and all in real time injecting instant verve into any composition," Asus said.

The phone also has a "selfie panorama mode," which leverages the f/2.2-aperture front lens and 88-degree field of view to let you capture yourself and the area around you, up to 140 degrees. This should be useful when you're trying to take a selfie with a big group of people, or capture a scenic background.

PC Magazine