HTC launches the One M8 EYE, Desire EYE, Desire 820 and RE in India

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 19 Oct 2014

image HTC One M8 Eye2

HTC has released some of its recently unveiled products including the Re Camera, Desire 820 and the M8 Eye in India. 

The M8 EYE was recently unveiled in China and will remain exclusive to these two Asian markets only. The handset is essentially the same as the HTC One M8 but replaces the 4MP UltraPixel camera on the rear with a 13MP sensor along with a secondary depth sensor for Duo effects. The handset is already available for purchase in retail stores for Rs. 38,990.

Next in line is the Desire EYE that is meant for all selfie lovers out there. The handset features a 13MP camera with dual LED flash at its back as well as on the front. Other specs of the device include a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage with microSD card slot, IPX7 rating, BoomSound speakers and a 2400mah battery. The phone will be sold exclusively through Amazon at a yet to be announced price.

The company also released the Desire 820 and Desire 820q in India at its event. The former was announced way back in early September and is among the first Android handsets in the market to feature a 64-bit processor. The handset will retail for Rs 24,990 with the stocks expected to arrive sometime by early next week.

Last but not the least is the RE camera, which HTC has priced competitively at Rs 9,999. The device will be sold exclusively through online retailer Snapdeal in India.

[Via GSMArena]