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HTC Desire Eye Review: For the Selfie-Obsessed

HTC Desire Eye Review: For the Selfie-Obsessed
News from NDTV:

There is no denying that today everyone’s social media feeds are filled with selfies. We have encountered every kind of pose from duck faces to wide grins to shots taken in drunken hazes. This trend, though narcissistic in nature, is now a global phenomenon we can’t escape.Quite opportunistically, smartphone manufacturers are cashing in.

We’ve seen quite a few phones with 5-megapixel front cameras, but this is the first time we are seeing a 13-megapixel front camera on any smartphone. The HTC Desire Eye is also the first modern device in HTC’s Desire lineup we are seeing with flagship-level specifications. Apart from taking a lot of selfies, we also ran our regular suite of tests on the Desire Eye.

Look and feel
We are accustomed to thinking of metal-bodied smartphones as more beautiful than plastic ones, but frankly HTC – following in Nokia’s footsteps – has been making some really gorgeous phones enclosed in polycarbonate shells. The Desire Eye is a looker with its two-ton…………… continues on NDTV

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Is this our first look at the HTC One M9?
News from TechRadar:

New images have leaked onto the internet that apparently show the prototype for the HTC One M9, also known as Hima.

The image of the front of the alleged prototype shows a body that will be familiar to anyone who has used the HTC One M7 or HTC One M8, with front facing BoomSound speakers, sensors, front-facing camera and HTC logo.

Another photo apparently shows the back of the prototype, with a camera and dual flash present and correct. It is not clear from the leaked shots if the HTC One M9 will feature a second rear camera (known as the DuoCamera) as well.

Source: nowhereelse.fr

These images, delivered by nowhereelse.fr, haven’t been verified, so we’d take there authenticity with a grain of salt, but if true it looks like HTC is sticking to a tried and tes…………… continues on TechRadar

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