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SlideshowPics: HTC Hits NYC With a Tiny Camera & Desire

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Meet the HTC Desire EYE
HTC US president, Jason MacKenzie, describes this as the flagship of the Desire line.
HTC US president, Jason MacKenzie, describes this as the flagship of the Desire line.

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Kruz 10/22/2014 | 2:16:04 AM
Re: HTC: Not Television fans, then... I agree. Instead, they could focus on becoming a niche player with innovative offering. Nokia had the best cam on a phone it now stopped producing.
nasimson 10/11/2014 | 12:25:57 AM
Extra thing in the pocket I have seen some pics of that camera in action. Underwater and on the ground. It seems like an extra gadget to carry. I'm content using the camera of my phone even if it offers only 80% of the functionality.
kq4ym 10/10/2014 | 3:42:35 PM
Re: HTC: Not Television fans, then... I too don't get it. Although a GoPro is lots more expensive, this one just does not seem to me to offer anything of substance that is a must have for anyone. I have to admit thought they'll get some free PR just because it something "new."
danielcawrey 10/10/2014 | 2:07:32 PM
Re: HTC: Not Television fans, then... The camera seems like a "me-too" type of product. GoPro has been around and dominating the action cam space for sometime.

Why doesn't HTC try to come up with something that is compelling and brand new? This has been their problem: They piggyback off of existing technology ideas rather than truly innovating. 
R Clark 10/9/2014 | 10:47:57 PM
Re: HTC: Not Television fans, then... Probably as much connection to Television as the Desire range has to Bob Dylan.


If HTC did permeate its products with random pop culture references that would be a lot more of a cool 'reimagining' than a selfie camera.

 
DanJones 10/9/2014 | 2:00:08 PM
HTC: Not Television fans, then... Being as a this was an NYC event, I thought the name, Double Exposure, might refer to the old Television song. Guess not.
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