The giant Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has publicly announced their new smartphone that comes with a high resolution camera and it was designed especially for selfie aficionados. The HTC selfie smartphone features a special camera called the HTC Desire Eye which consists of two cameras, front and rear, of 13 megapixels. HTC representative said that the new HTC selfie smartphone is made for the people “who love to take great photos, videos and selfies.”
The HTC official announced that the new HTC Selfie Smarthone will be available in the US at the AT&T stores. The HTC selfie smartphone Is 8,5 mm thick and waterproof, which makes it perfect for those dramatic “rain selfies”. You know what we mean. The phone’s camera is also voice-activated so say good bye to those unflattering, blurry, unfocused selfies. There are other cool features like make up effects and soft focus effect. With the new HTC selfie smartphone you can use the rear and the front cameras simultaneously. You also have the possibility to split the screen in five areas, which makes it perfect for conference calling.
The HTC selfie smartphone runs on Android and has a custom sense UI. The processor is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with 2.3Ghz. It has a capacity of 16GB and with the microSD car you can add up to 128GB. The The HTC selfie smartphone is NFC compatible and it runs on a 2,400 mAh battery that can last for twenty hours on talking mode and 538 hours on standby.
Another cool gadget HTC unveiled at the event in New York is a weird-looking camera, designed like a periscope, the size of one’s hand. HTC said that their latest camera has a special feature, a sensor which activates the device automatically whenever it is picked up. This supposedly eliminated the need for an on/off button.
The price of the new HTC selfie smartphone has not been released yet but we’re expecting it to be somewhere in the mid-range category.
HTC also said that they have big plans for the near future. They are planning to introduce live streaming with their new camera on YouTube.
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