First HTC Desire 820 Camera Samples – Comparison with HTC One M8

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Sep 4, 2014

The phone that the entire town was talking about is finally here! HTC’s 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 powered, mid-range HTC Desire 820 boasts a regular 13-megapixel rear shooter and a somewhat better 8-megapixel front camera. Device packs 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, and the camera is supported with LED flash and BSI sensor. Here are the first HTC Desire 820 camera samples compared with the flagship smartphone HTC One M8 which features a 4MP ultrapixel desire 820 camera samples

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Consumers are particularly interested about this smartphone as it’d give the 64-bit capability as soon as Android L is officially launched. While the cameras of both the smartphones are different, they are supported by same features and could help you get a first idea about the new product’s shooting capabilities. HTC Desire 820 features all the goodies like M8, including autofocus, digital zoom, geo-tagging and more.

So here are the HTC Desire 820 camera samples as compared with the shots of HTC One M8.HTC-One-M8 (3)

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HTC Desire 820

HTC Desire 820 carries on with the company’s latest design idea having a glossy plastic unibody shell. Device will be offered in multiple two-tone configurations including: Marble White (glossy), Tuxedo Grey (matte), Santorini White (glossy), Milky-way Grey, (glossy), Tangerine White (glossy), Saffron Grey (glossy), Flamingo Grey (glossy), and Blue Mist (glossy). While there is no official word on pricing, it is expected that the device will be available worldwide at the end of September for $300 – $400, unlocked.

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