HTC’s new Eye Experience software update is arriving for unlocked versions of the One M8 today.
Another busy week in the world of Android: our Nexus fever reached new highs thanks to new reports about Google’s upcoming devices, Samsung shared some bad news, Motorola’s Droid Turbo stopped being a secret, HTC launched its selfie-focused Desire Eye and RE Camera, Lenovo surprised us with its quirky new Yoga tablets, and Google released big updates to several of its Android apps.
HTC has released five tutorial videos detailing what the “Eye Experience” software is all about.
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The One (M8 Eye) – yes, that’s the official name – is now listed on HTC’s Chinese online store, with a 3,999 yuan ($650) price tag and an October 15 release date.
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