Thursday, March 13, 2014


EXCLUSIVE: here’s why the HTC One 2014 has two cameras

HTC experiments in the to come cameras to set its One phones apart and The All New One will have two cameras but we didn't know why until now. We have a photo of Telstra (a big Australian corrier) brochure detailing the phones feature and confirming the all subsidiary say.

The so-called Duo Camera will disclose the adherent to pick the focus narrowing and make bokeh effects. The camera will furthermore enable 3D effects. Presumably effects means more than just 3D photos and videos. The malleable focus has become utterly popular back Nokia released the Refocus App and all flagships have it  the Galaxy S5, the Xperia Z2 and the LG G Pro 2 have it. However when two cameras almost the ship the 2014 One wont have to make a get your hands on of fused shots subsequent to one camera and should submit better results. HTC had a dual-camera, 3D-shooting phone in the past, the HTC Evo 3D, but that didnt put it on out pleasing. It remains to be seen if HTCs gamble will pay back, lead we yet dont have many details  camera firm, optical stabilization, video unqualified and consequently when reference to. The dual-LED, dual color flash is a lock even though. A spy shot of a Telstra brochure for the All New HTC One. Other feature of the All New HTC One that the Telstra brochure details are the 5 1080p screen, BoomSound speakers upon the front and double tap to wake. The phone will cost AUD 840 (RRP) off-peace, which is $760/550.


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