The HTC One M8 won't be the only Eye in town this week, if these leaks come to fruition. Unlike the earlier leaked One M8 Eye, the Desire Eye won't just have a 13 megapixel rear camera, it will have a front-facing shooter of the same caliber as well.
The rumored "Eye" version of the One M8 flagship has truly taken shape and has now made its way to China's TENAA, which means we're getting a good look at what this smartphone has to offer. Based on this spec sheet, it is offering everything that the HTC One M8 has and more, including a 13 megapixel duo camera setup.
HTC’s REcamera is a bit of a head-scratcher. Kind of like a periscope, it aims to challenge the likes of GoPro for our sportier photographic endeavors. We’ve seen the pics of HTC’s latest device, but not much in the way of specs. Now we’ve got them, as the camera has just passed through the FCC.
Earlier this month, HTC sent out an invite for a press event set to take place on October 8. The invite revealed very little information, showing only a fuzzy image of some phone and the words "double exposure" in bold writing. Following this, the maker has dropped another tease, this one in the form of a video. Update: Images have leaked.
Google chose HTC to create their very first Nexus device, and haven’t worked with them on a Nexus device since. HTC created the HTC Flyer in 2011, and haven’t worked with tablets since. It’s time.
October is fast approaching and with it, the promise of not just Android L but of the next Nexus device. While there is still some uncertainty whether it will be another Nexus smartphone, believed to be Motorola's Nexus 6 or "Shamu", or a tablet, the media favorite seems to be the underdog, which, in this case, is HTC.
The folks at Sennheiser make some of the finest headphones around. They have for quite a while. But some of the most visible headphones in the world today come from a brand with a big "b" on the eardrums. Do they sound better than Sennheiser’s newest slick-looking set of headphones, the Urbanite? No, they do not.
What in the world are we looking at this morning - an HTC headset akin to Google Glass? Absolutely not. This device isn’t necessarily going to make it past the drawing board, but tips from Portugal suggest we’re about to see one of HTC’s oddest devices yet.
The next generation in monopod technology is here - the Selfie Arm. Made by Satechi to allow you to take advanced selfies as often and as professionally as you want, this device works with most smartphones on the market today. Ellen wishes she had this when she snapped the Galaxy Note 3 selfie earlier this year.