The Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player are beyond real at this point, even if you can’t buy them yet. Soon, though, soon. For now, you just have to drool over Google’s imagery, including the two new promo videos they just uploaded for each device.
Each video walks you through the design of the device being featured, covers specs, talks weight, Lollipop, and genuinely makes you want to hold and caress them in your arms for a few minutes. Well, maybe not the caress part…or holding…how about poking? Either way, watch the clips and continue to tell us what you think. (more…)
The Nexus 9 is also now official, and yes, HTC has made it. The Google-HTC reunion is real! (more…)
Months of anticipation may culminate in a blog post tomorrow. According to a report from Forbes, Google is preparing to officially unveil the HTC Volantis and Motorola Shamu – aka the Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 – sometime during Wednesday of this week. The company is expected to announce details regarding pre-ordering. (more…)
As HTC promised during its Double Exposure event yesterday in NYC, the company’s Zoe video-sharing and photo-editing application has received an upgrade that broadens the range of compatible devices. (more…)
During yesterday’s press event in NYC, we were expecting HTC to give us upwards of three products – the Desire EYE, RE camera, and a new HTC One (M8 EYE) that included a 13MP Duo Camera setup. We got the first two, but for whatever reason, the new One (M8) model didn’t make the cut, even though HTC seemed to have teased it the day before. Clearly, that wasn’t a tease at all, just a message to literally focus on the date only.
I have good news, though! The HTC One (M8 EYE) is now official…in China. (more…)
At their Double Exposure event yesterday in NYC, HTC announced the Re Camera. This inhaler periscope-shaped device is actually a handheld camera device that will be able to record life events and interface with your mobile devices. It doesn’t turn off or have a viewfinder, but it does come with a button. The whole idea is that you are able to pay more attention to what you are recording and less to the device that is doing the recording. Tap the button to snap a picture or hold it down to record. (more…)
HTC made it official today with the announcement of the HTC Desire Eye. This device is packing a 5.2″ FHD display, Snapdragon 801, 2GB RAM, and comes with Android 4.4.4 right out the box.
Of course, the defining feature of the Eye is its dual 13MP cameras. That’s right, both the front facing camera and back shooter are sporting the higher resolution. They’ve created what I overheard one rep say, “the ultimate selfie-taker.” I spent a good ten minutes playing with the camera, including the Split Capture feature, which is a part of the new EYE Experience for HTC’s cameras. The front facing 13MP camera is definitely heads above any other Android device that I’ve handled.
The Desire Eye is also rated IPX7 on the waterproof scale, features BoomSound speakers, 2,400mAh battery, and a microSD slot for cards up to 128GB in size.
Check out the quick hands-on gallery and video below! (more…)
Outside of the Desire EYE and RE camera, HTC also announced a new camera experience for its range of HTC phones that will arrive over the coming months as a software update. It’s called the EYE Experience.
The Eye Experience includes face tracking of up to four people at a time, smartphone-based screen sharing, new Split Capture function, improved selfie experiences (of course), a really silly Crop-Me-In option, and something called Face Fusion, which merges your face with another to create supposedly funny photos. (more…)