HTC today announced that a number of its current phones will receive an update in the coming months to add in the new "HTC Eye Experience" features that are debuting in the new HTC Desire Eye. Those features include the update camera application with options for Photo Booth, Crop Me In and Split Capture (front-back) modes, as well as advanced face tracking features.
The initial list of phones that will receive the update includes:
- HTC One M8
- HTC One M7
- HTC One E8
- HTC One Mini 2
- HTC One Max
- HTC Desire 816
- HTC Desire 820
- HTC Butterfly 2
No word on when the updates will drop, but those of us in the U.S. will have to wait patiently for the usual carrier approval.
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