The Duo Camera boasts a depth sensor in addition to the main HTC UltraPixel module, capturing detailed depth information from a scene and enabling a range of effects that allow you to do more with your images than ever before. With the introduction of HTC Sense 6, the new HTC One (M8) boasts capabilities that give the product a sixth sense. A simple swipe will activate the device, Auto Answer allows you to answer a call by putting the phone to your ear without touching the screen – a handy tool if the phone rings when you’re washing the dishes – and a double tap turns the lock screen on and off.
Taking that sixth sense functionality one step further you can extend Motion Launch by double tapping the dot view case, in addition to checking the time, weather, new texts, emails and calls – without touching or revealing the screen. Optimized by HTC Sense 6, the new HTC Dot View phone case protects the screen, whilst displaying notifications and interactions in a retro, dot-matrix style.
The HTC One (M8) is now available globally in gunmetal grey, glacial silver and amber gold, and will retail for $199 USD for the 16GB version and $249 USD for the 32GB version.