HTC One (M8) Eye With 13-Megapixel Duo Camera Tipped for October 8 Launch

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HTC One (M8) Eye With 13-Megapixel Duo Camera Tipped for October 8 Launch

Seems like HTC is slowly moving away from its UltraPixel camera technology as seen in One (M8) smartphone, if the latest rumours regarding HTC One (M8) Eye are to be believed.

HTC, at its October 8 event, the invites of which were sent earlier this month, might introduce its upcoming HTC One (M8) Eye handset with a 13-megapixel rear camera paired with the Duo camera technology. The rest of the specifications are rumoured to stay the same as the company's flagship HTC One (M8) .

The shift from the UltraPixel technology is not something ground breaking as we have already seen the Taiwanese smartphone maker including the usual 13-megapixel camera in its One (M8)'s plastic-clad handset, the HTC One E8.

LlabTooFer, who tweeted the information, also mentioned the One (M8) Eye will run on Android 4.4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box paired with the latest Sense 6.0 UI. "M8_EYE is M8 with 13MP Duo camera.It's coming next month with Android 4.4.4 and Sense 6.0 on board. Die ultrapixels, die :) LOL'' the tweet stated.

Other specifications rumoured earlier this month for the HTC One (M8) Eye are 5.2-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC.

A recent report also suggested that the Taiwanese giant is set to unveil a GoPro-like rugged waterproof camera dubbed RECamera. The report included some leaked images of the device along with other information. The Taiwanese giant in a tweet from an all new RECamera Twitter account further cemented the fact that a camera-like device will be revealed at HTC's 'Double Exposure' media event on October 8 in New York.

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