HTC 10 Selfie Camera Will Use World’s First OIS Feature, Claims Kisha Bari

HTC 10 Selfie Camera Will Use World’s First OIS Feature, Claims Kisha Bari
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With less than a week left for the official announcement of the HTC 10, a new teaser confirms that the device will feature the world’s first OIS selfie camera. This is the world’s “best ever smartphone for shooting photos and videos,” as claimed by the Taiwanese company.


The company’s production team that appears to be associated with a photo booth company, called SmileBooth, posted a slew of pictures claiming to be taken with the HTC’s front snapper. Kisha Bari, a Twitter account used for testing the company’s booth services posted a few photos to demonstrate the quality of the front camera.

In a discussion forum where HTC fans gathered to discuss about Kisha Bari’s new teaser gave their opinions about the grand release. While a video hinted at how the camera would perform, a user wrote, “the camera is clear but the audio doesn’t show much useful, unless Im ignorant.”

As revealed in one of the latest teaser trailers, the Taiwan-based tech company will be using an UltraPixel camera on the phone, and if rumors are to be believed, HTC would be using the camera sensor as the one found on the Nexus 6P.

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Before the new teaser surfaced on the web, rumors were running wild that the company would use the same 4MP UltraPixel selfie camera in the new device as was found on the One M9. Now, that possibility is ruled out by HTC’s latest video, teasing at a OIS for the front camera, which is expected to trigger massive sales of the phone, reports Phandroid.

We will have to wait till next week for the HTC 10 to release on April 12. The phone is expected to come with a 5.1-inch or 5.2-inch touchscreen with QHD resolution. It will be fuelled by 4GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset. The rear camera will be 12MP and the front camera will be 5MP. It will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, notes GSM Arena.

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