HTC Desire EYE

Last updated: Dec 29th, 2014.

The HTC Desire EYE is a smartphone that takes its selfies seriously. A member of HTC's affordable yet powerful Desire lineup, the EYE features the same Snapdragon processing as flagship devices like the HTC One M8, pairing it with a pair of 13MP cameras on the rear and front of the device. The Desire EYE is a true photagrapher's phone. 

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HTC Desire Eye, One M8 Eye and One E8 are all getting Marshmallow

With much of the recent flagships out of the way, HTC figured it was time to start seeding Android 6.0 Marshmallow to some of their mid-range darlings. Reports are coming in that the HTC Desire Eye, HTC One M8 Eye and HTC One E8 are all starting to see rollouts in various countries.
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HTC is offering 20% off any smartphone on their site from now until January 2nd

HTC’s Hot Deal Days promo is still going strong and today, the manufacturer is offering 20% off any full-priced smartphone purchased from their site. Everything is up for grabs and ranges from the HTC One M8, HTC One E8 (our favorite), HTC Desire EYE, HTC One Remix, and even the low-priced HTC Desire 610. Considering …
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6 new AT&T phones and smart watches go on sale today

Remember that announcement blowout AT&T had earlier in the week? Well, all those devices are now on sale starting today. There are a lot of new goods to buy so let’s hop right into the list of what’s available on this fine Friday
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AT&T to carry the HTC Desire Eye and HTC RE starting November 7th

AT&T has officially announced that they will be carrying the HTC Desire EYE and HTC RE camera starting November 7th. They claim to be the exclusive carrier of these devices, though it’s not yet clear if that’s on a temporary basis. The HTC Desire Eye turned heads by being one of the few mainstream smartphones …
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HTC aims for the Mona Lisa of #selfies with HTC Desire Eye and its 13MP front camera

HTC has been studying consumer behavior and they’ve noticed something about you: you’ve been taking an awful lot of selfies. Unfortunately, even on today’s newest flagship phones, front facing cameras are severely limited in capabilities compared to their rear facing counterparts. HTC decided to solve that problem in the form of the HTC Desire Eye smartphone.