HTC Desire Eye. Image: 3g.co.uk
Take pictures with the style selfie lately that are very popular in society, seems to have become a reference the birth of the HTC Desire Eye. To compete with Sony, HTC delivers technology with waterproof and dust bagging IPX7 certificate. In addition, HTC also provide premium grade hardware on the HTC Desire Eye flaship to compete with smartphones available today.
The Eye, will be a true king of selfie. Do not be surprised, because the front camera has a 13 megapixel sensor is equipped with dual LED flash, while the rear camera also has a 13 megapixel sensor. Imagine now you can get two cameras with 13 megapixel sensor in a smartphone, a luxury for selfie enthusiast.
HTC Desire Eye great for selfie. Image: idownloadblog.com
The Eye is the first smartphone to feature a front-facing flash to illuminate your selfies. Its screen is bright and bold, it has plenty of power and its colourful body is waterproof. The Desire Eye is the first waterproof HTC phone — something the M8 cannot claim. It can survive in up to 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes. That means it’s safe when you accidentally spill a glass of beer over it or drop it in the bath, and it’s one that iPhone users still haven’t experienced.
The HTC Desire is the first waterproof Eye HTC phone – something the M8 can not claim. It can survive in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. That means it’s safe when you accidentally spill a glass of champagne over it or drop it in the bath. The Eye is apt to be the companion of adventurers and lovers of water sports such as diving, so the smartphone is very fitting to accompany you on vacation around the world, even to vacation spots in extreme weather. You can also take photos underwater, thanks to the physical camera shutter button on the side, because the touchscreen won’t work when wet.
The Desire Eye packs all of the HTC M8’s power – a quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, and a gorgeous 5.2-inch 1080p screen. This unique smartphone is powered with the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat software, over which HTC has slapped its Sense 6 interface. Navigating around the Sense interface was smooth and swift.
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This waterproof smartphone is equipped with 16GB of flash storage; however if you need bigger storage space, then there’s a microSD slot that takes cards up to 128GB in size. You will enjoy a full-HD (1,920×1,080-pixel) resolution, which is the highest we’ve so far seen on the mid-range Desire series. It’s the same resolution as the flagship HTC One M8. The Eye’s display is very bright and it has good colours.
In contrast to other smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or iPhone 6, or typically, most phones use a much lower quality camera on the front than the back, but with a near-identical camera units on both sides, you can take selfies with the front camera with the same quality as you can with the back.
As explained above, the HTC Desire Eye has two cameras with a resolution of 13 megapixels. However, if you pay attention to the Oppo N1, you will also be amazed because Oppo N1 is also equipped with a 13 megapixel resolution camera, however can rotate both backwards and forwards to take pictures in selfie.
The HTC Desire is a smartphone Eye selfie enthusiasts dream, is also very good for photographing a variety of subjects when you are on vacation or for street photography. Various functions on this smartphone also runs very well, so you can use it to play games, send text messages, and of course you can activate the BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), upload your photos to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook or other social media networks quickly and easily. If it takes the eye is also a companion of businessmen and facilitate your work, for example, to open the E-Mail and read the document and send it to your business colleagues.