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HTC Desire EYE Review: More Than Just A Selfie Phone

HTC Desire EYE Review: More Than Just A Selfie Phone
News from Forbes:

I’m going to be completely honest here and admit that when HTC announced the Desire EYE I rolled my eyes dramatically. What, I thought, is the point of a phone so focused on taking selfies. I know that pictures of yourself are the in thing – a trend I really don’t understand – but are they so important that we need to give the same quality of imaging to them as we do the rear camera.

So when HTC handed me a Desire EYE to test at their Nexus 9 event the other day I was very, very keen to see what this phone had to offer beyond a gimmick aimed at getting traction for the company with the younger phone buyer.

The shocking truth of the Desire EYE is this – I like it. And I don’t just like it a little bit, I like this phone a lot.

Some caveats to my adoration

I want to be very clear and up-front here, there are things about HTC’s phones that have bothered me for a while, but I was never able to put my finger on. Well, I’ve worked it out. I just don’t like HTC Sense, which is the UI the company has built around the standard look of Android.

I worked this out after playing with the HTC Desire Eye for a bit, out of interest I switched the launcher over to the Google Now version. Google offers this free to any Android user that wants a more Nexus-like experience, and it replaces things like the app tray and homescreen layout……………. continues on Forbes

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By Edward Cardenas

SOUTHFIELD (CBS Detroit) – Smart phone companies are introducing a variety of new smart phones in time for holiday photos and sharing gift updates.

Verizon Wireless is the exclusive carrier of the new DROID Turbo by Motorola, which has a 21-megapixel camera with 4K video capture and features a 5.2-inch Quad HD display. It also has a Quick Capture feature which allows users to twist their wrist twice to launch the camera – avoiding the need to press any button or unlock any screens.

The DROID Turbo is also designed to be stronger than other phones with its Ballistic Nylon or Metalized Glass Fiber reinforced with DuPont Kevlar  fiber, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and water-repellent nanocoating protecting the inside and out against spills, according to Verizon.

It also has a battery that lasts up to 48 hours, and has a turbo charging feature that provided up to 8 hours of use from a 15 minute charge. The DROID also offers a feature where the phone wakes up when users reach for the phone, and with a simple wave of a hand over the screen, a phone call can be dismissed or an alarm can be silenced.

As the new DROID phone rolled out for Verizon, AT&T

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