HTC’s new Eye Experience software to be received on many HTC devices

by Shruti Shree

There’s never a dull moment in the world of smartphone photography. Smartphone companies are constantly competing with each other on best possible ways to click photographs and dish out best quality photographs. The latest one promising some great features in the smartphone photography race is HTC Eye. HTC has created new software and calls it HTC Eye Experience. An HTC phone with the latest HTC Eye Experience software has been rolled out yesterday. Let’s forget about the phone (maybe we will talk about it in a separate article), we will focus on the HTC Eye Experience software and how it will enable you to take better photos.

Again we are going to start this with selfie; we absolutely love them, don’t we. Okay, so the HTC Eye has an auto selfie function which promises to reduce your work, you just have to smile and say “Cheese” and the photo will be taken just 2 seconds after the voice command. Also, you can capture that video without having to fidget for that button, just say “Action” and the video will be recorded. Wow! But, wait the best part is yet to come. HTC Eye also gives you the ability to take pictures and record videos from the rear and the front facing camera simultaneously! So take your picture, while you are taking pictures of your friends, and then HTC Eye has one cooler feature which allows you to crop your photo and insert it into your friends’ photo. HTC’s prime focus here is not just photography, but better video calling capability too. The face tracking feature will keep your face in the frame while chatting, and if multiple people are video chatting, it allows up to 4 faces in a grid layout. There’s also a screen share feature with which you can push your face to the corner without interrupting the chat.

The best news is that these features can be availed though a future software update, on HTC devices which include HTC One (M7), HTC One (M8), HTC One (E8), HTC One mini, HTC One mini 2, HTC One Remix, HTC One Max, HTC Desire 612, and HTC Desire 816.

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