How the HTC One (M8) Duo Camera works

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Mar 25, 2014 5:37:03 PM via Website

The Duo Camera on the new HTC One (M8) rear is one of its most defining features.

We tested the device out and basically the top lens captures depth information on the image, so once the image is snapped you can refocus on any point you like in the photo. It works across the entire image too, not just on a specific ''foreground'' or ''background'' like with the Galaxy S5.

There's also a 3D effect where if you tilt or swipe the screen is certain ways you'll get a 3D effect on the image, kind of like looking through a window. Check out our video hands-on to see it in action.

The One (M8) also has slow-motion, fast Full HD (60 fps) and HDR video recording, but sadly, no 4K.

The front camera is a 5 MP wide-angle lens with a Backlight Illuminated Sensor for better light sensitivity

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