HTC Eye With 5.2-Inch FHD Display, Snapdragon 801 SoC Surfaces Online

By Vivek

Recently, Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC unveiled its latest Desire 820 smartphone at the IFA 2014 tech show in Berlin. Now another device from the company has started making rounds in the tech community. The device is called the HTC Eye.

HTC Eye With 5.2-Inch FHD Display, Snapdragon 801 SoC Surfaces Online


Although, the name sounds pretty odd but it could be the apt one making sense in the case of HTC given that it uses some features co-related with the features of an eye.

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The Desire 820 which was announced at the IFA 2014 comes with a high-end frontal camera with 8MP sensor, which makes it one of the most eligible selfie-centric smartphones in the market. It is not sure what the 'Eye' in the name refers to as of now. But it could be either related to the camera or some sort of eye related sensor. However, that is just a apprehensive call.

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What is sure about the phone according to the twitter leakster @upleaks is that the phone will be launched with a 5.2 inches Full HD display, which would churn out the pixel density of 423ppi.

The leakster further adds that it will come with 'S810,' which refers to Snapdragon 810 SoC. We are guessing it should be clocked at 2.5GHz Krait 400 CPU and should be accompanied by Adreno 330 GPU.


Also HTC has sent out invites for an event slated on October 8th in the New York City, which is where we expect the HTC Eye to finally see the light of the day.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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