HTC is rumored to be announcing the new HTC M8_EYE in October, a phone that is being explained as ‘what the HTC One (M8) should have been,’ with a 13MP Duo camera, for starters.
If you’re not content with the camera performance on your HTC One (M8), this camera mod might help you capture more impressive looking photos.
HTC did a great job with the camera tech on the HTC One (M8), but what else can be done? HTC wants you to answer that question, as they have released the initial SDK preview for the Dual Lens API for all third party developers.
HTC UltraPixel camera explained… Sort of. HTC has put out a new commercial explaining some of the features in the original HTC One. The same features that we assume will be in the “All New HTC One,” plus a tease for a little bit more.
A recent article at Cult of Android suggested that all of the problems OEMs are having could be solved by using stock Android. We respectfully disagree.
The Butterfly S, however, is more like a beefed up One. While no reliable specs are available, it is said to have a larger battery, Micro SD slot, and updated Snapdragon processor. Expect the phone later this month.
Between a 13-megapixel smartphone camera and another with only 4 megapixels, which do you think is the better buy?
We usually lean towards whatever we think is higher or what appears... to offer more. In this case, 13 megapixels — which the Samsung Galaxy S4’s camera has.
The HTC One and its 4-megapixel shooter seems to look like a limp, wimpy, soggy thing compar...
HTC is rumored to launch the midrange M4 this June, with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch display and Ultrapixel camera all in a metal alloy chassis.
Back when the HTC One was known to the media by its M7 codename, there were two other HTC phones rumored to come our way in the first half of 2013. These were dubbed M4 and G2 and looked like smaller and more modest cousins of the company’s latest flagship.
Aside from using negative advertising by throwing unorthodox jabs at Samsung and dropping the “quietly brilliant” slogan, another key tactic employed by HTC to advertise the new One flagship has been focusing on gimmicks.