Last night, HTC unveiled the Desire Eye, a smartphone that gives equal importance to the quality of regular photos and selfies.
The HTC Desire Eye features two 13 megapixel cameras, one on the front and one on the re. To boost the selfie-taking ability of the device, HTC has equipped the Desire Eye with a BSI sensor and f/2.2, 22mm wide-angle lens, as well as auto-focus plus zoom capabilities.
Both cameras are capable of recording video in 1080p Full HD, and boast a Dual LED flash too. They also come with a range of HTC Eye Experience camera software features, including Screen Share, Split Capture, Auto Selfie, Voice Selfie and Crop Me In functions.
Aside from its notable cameras, the HTC Desire features a 5.2-inch Full HD 1080p display, a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, and 2GB RAM. You’ll get 16GB internal memory, but this can be expanded with a microSD card. Unsurprisingly, the HTC Desire Eye runs Android with the HTC Sense skin and boasts HTC’s BoomSound audio technology.
HTC said that the Desire Eye will be rolling out in Europe this month, but did not mention a price tag.