HTC has unveiled its new U11 Eyes smartphone, with dual front cameras it says is designed for snapping selfies.
According to The Verge, the front cameras are each five-megapixels, with HDR boost, a bokeh mode that adjusts the depth-of-field in photographs (in real-time or after the photo is taken), and a beauty mode that HTC says will create “spectacular selfies.”
It also boasts a 6-inch screen, 12MP rear camera and face unlock, as well as a 6-inch screen, water and dust resistance, and finally, a massive 3,930mAh battery. It is powered by a Snapdragon 652 processor.
The HTC U11 Eyes releases Wednesday (Jan. 17) in red, silver, and black colorways, with the 64GB model coming in at HK$3,898 (about $500). It will be released in China later this month.
Unfortunately, no word about a worldwide release.