According to a new rumor, we should see the smartphone codenamed HTC M8 Eye in stores before the end of October.
This device is said to be nothing more than a One (M8) with a 13 MP Duo Camera on its rear. The 'vanilla' M8 has a 4 MP camera, in the now famous Duo configuration which features a depth sensor alongside the main lens.
That depth sensing ability shouldn't be lost in the M8 Eye, but HTC seems prepared to finally let is much-loved UltraPixels go. These are the main feature of its otherwise low-res camera on the One (M8), as the company has long believed that bigger pixels equal better pictures. But now it looks set to put all of that aside for a 'normal' 13 MP sensor on this M8 Eye.
The new handset will apparently launch running Android 4.4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense 6 on top. A previous leak on the matter did however claim that the Eye would have a 5.2-inch touchscreen, bigger than the One (M8)'s 5-inch panel (though keeping the same 1080p resolution). Even if the display size is still unclear, everything else about the M8 Eye should be identical to the One (M8).
Don't take out the ultra pixil specification and plz increase the battery mah to minimum 2900 coz my m8 doesn't last long and this phone battery is non removable that why it's battery must be a bit powerfull then m8.
Still the M8 isn't a good camera phone. MP count doesn't matter, but what does matter is the photo quality. It's not good enough for a phone this expensive. I wish it was, but it's not. I have taken a lots of photos on my M8 and most of them would be...