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HTC One E8 EYE shows up in India

News by Luke Jones on Monday October 13, 2014.

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The standard One E8
The standard One E8

HTC launched the Desire EYE last week, the company's latest high end smartphone that has a camera focused twist, namely a 13MP front facing snapper. That device also came with the EYE Experience software, which the company said would roll out to other smartphone in its range. However, it seems HTC also has plan to deliver other EYE handsets as well.

We have already seen the One M8 EYE land in China, and is seems the company has another smartphone in the works in the shape of the One E8 EYE. Indian website Zauba lists the device, although does not say what the specs will be, although it is thought that the E8 EYE will match the specs of the normal device. Of course, it is likely that the handset will arrive with a 13 megapixel front camera, because the normal E8 is due to land the EYE Experience, so HTC will need to find a way to differentiate them.

The standard One E8 has The handset boasts a the same 5-inch 1080p screen found on the M8, while it also gets the same 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB of RAM. It does lack the 4 megapixel UltraPixel camera found on the flagship model and instead gets a more vanilla 13 megapixel lens on the back. This device is a variation of the One M8 flagship, but lacks the premium all metal construction, instead being more affordable with a plastic shell.

The site lists the E8 EYE in two colors, Silver and Gray, with a price tag of 27,275 INR (about $445), but does not offer a specific launch day.

source: Zauba

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