HTC recently revealed the U11 Eyes as a dual-camera phone with functions set around capturing the perfect selfie.
This smartphone has two integrated cameras on the front and produce a effect of "live bokeh." The front-facing cameras have five megapixels that consist of a "HDR boost" and re-adjustment functions. HTC promises that the U11 Eyes has the ability to tell the difference between a real face than a photographed image by detecting depth. This mechanism allows the phone to unlock itself, even if the user is wearing an air pollution mask or sunglasses.
Maintaining its original "liquid shiny" exterior, the new phone has a Snapdragon 652 processor, a six-inch display screen, a 12 megapixel back camera, edge sense that provides zoom through squeeze and the ability to resist to both water and dust.