HTC Desire Eye Unlock Code & Instructions
The HTC Desire Eye follows the flagship HTC One series, but this time, the Desire Eye was built to take on the battle of the mid-range mobile phone category. However, if you look at the Desire Eye closely, nothing about it speaks of mid-range (except maybe for a few functions and well, yes, the price).
When compared to the One series, the HTC Desire Eye comes in with a bolder design, in bright, or should we say, loud play of colors. Made out of matte polycarbonate (okay, this really means plastic materials), the Desire Eye dispels the notion that plastics are cheap. In fact, the Desire Eye’s choice and use of material just shows the opposite of that. It is as sexy and classy as any smartphone in glass or metal alloy finish.
It boasts of a very sleek design with front and back panels in matte ceramic finish, while the sides are painted in bright red. Cool don’t you think?
On its right side, one may find the power button, the special camera shutter and volume controls; the microSD and SIM card slots are on the left. On top of the Desire Eye is the 3.5mm audio port, and at the bottom is the micro USB port. The Desire Eye is also the first HTC handset to have IPX7 water-resistance. (more about this in a bit). The front is all glass framed by plastic borders, and in between is a small ridge where the BoomSound speakers are found.
Desire Eye’s display panel is Super LCD3, which HTC commonly uses for its flagship phones and more high-end installments. Compared with the AMOLED display largely used by Samsung, the Super LCD gives off less power when displaying white backgrounds. However, AMOLED displays set off the deepest blacks.
As the name suggests, one may “Desire” the mobile phone due to its “Eye” – the camera. It has a dual 13-megapixel camera with identical sensors for both cameras. Yes, the same specifications for the rear camera can now be found in the front camera. In simplistic words, they are identical. This is great news for those fond of taking selfie photos. The Desire Eye is the answer to your prayers of having a front camera that gives the same quality as that of the back camera. Everything is in the “eye” of the camera plus a dual, two-tone LED flash, similar to the one found in the rear. Both cameras do take good quality stills and videos but still falls short when taking photos/videos under low light conditions. Sigh, just when we thought we could have it all.
Desire Eye is also waterproof under the IP67 rating which means that you can bring the phone underwater one meter deep for a maximum of 30 minutes. Selfies underwater? Who doesn’t want that right?
The handset also has everything to offer in the connectivity department. Name it: LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, radio, and GPS.
We were quite skeptical of the phone’s 2,400mAh battery. But upon testing, it yielded good results – a good 13.5 hours!
As conclusion, the HTC Desire Eye has been designed for the “selfie” market, and the phone doesn’t fall short of their expectations. Who’d want to complain when you’ve got a phone you can bring underwater? From its combination of colors, to the use of material, to its functions, it is the phone for the younger generation.