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AT&T loves Android: HTC Desire EYE, LG G Watch R, Moto 360

AT&T has just unleashed a flood of announcements that all revolve around Android or Android-friendly devices in time for the upcoming holiday madness. Starting this month, November 5 at the earliest, the carrier's subscribers can avail themselves of the selfie-genic HTC Desire EYE and the circular Android Wear smartwatches, the LG G Watch R and the Moto 360. In addition, there are discounts to be had, including one for the rather odd HTC RE camera if you purchase it together with HTC's EYE-ful smartphone.

HTC Desire EYE has your selfie needs covered on both sides

It appears that the leaks were quite spot on. HTC does indeed have a double-sided camera phone for digital photographers and selfie addicts alike. As part of its brand new imaging thrust, which led to the new HTC RE camera as well, the HTC Desire EYE offers a new kind of mobile photography experience, by making the front-facing camera a first class citizen and on the exact same level as the back one. Perhaps it also helps that the HTC Desire EYE is strangely quite on par with the HTC's One M8 flagship in terms of hardware.

New pics of HTC Desire Eye and its selfie cam leaked

One of the facts of digital life that we might not like but would probably have to accept is that this really is the age of the selfie. Just a few days away from its supposedly official reveal, new pics of HTC's new "ultimate selfie" phone, the Desire Eye, have been leaked once again. This comes on the heel of reports that the OEM's newest product (or products) will be focusing on the photo and video taking capabilities of the smartphone/s.

HTC Desire 510 hits Cricket Wireless Sept 19

Shoppers looking for an Android device on the Cricket Wireless pre-paid network have a new device to choose from. The new device is the HTC Desire 510 with 4G LTE connectivity. The smartphone will be priced at $149.99 and will be available to purchase on September 19 online and in stores.

HTC’s new Desire 820 is gagging for Android L

HTC has a new phone for the midrange, the HTC Desire 820, paving the way to Android L with another 64-bit handset. Following in the footsteps of the Desire 816, the new 5.5-inch 720p HD smartphone packs Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz Snapdragon 615 octacore with 2GB of memory and 16GB of storage.

HTC Desire 510 wants 4G LTE to be more accessible

LTE prices are starting to go down but the costs of smartphones that can support it aren't. Aspiring to bring an LTE-capable smartphone to the masses, HTC is unleashing the Desire 510, a mid-range smartphone touted to be an always connected multimedia device in your pocket and bears some of the highlights of HTC's more expensive selection.

HTC finally brings Desire 816, 610 to US shores

After months of teasing, HTC is finally bringing its mainstream midrange handsets to the US – the HTC Desire 816 and the Desire 610. HTC had pointed out that it was the lack of options from them for the midrange market that caused a downturn in the company’s 2013 performance, and these phones are now here to address that need, which were previously available only for the European and Asian markets.
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