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HTC Desire Eye Price in Singapore

The HTC Desire Eye (or stylized as Desire EYE) is a smartphone that took smartphone photography and self portrait photography to new heights. 13 megapixel cameras front and back with dual LED flashers, stereo speakers, and 3 integrated microphone for superior audio and calls? That's the HTC Desire EYE. Read more below!

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Cheapest at Lazada
S$ 698.00

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Best price for HTC Desire Eye in Singapore is S$ 698.00

You can buy the HTC Desire Eye at the lowest price of S$ 698.00 from Lazada. Alternatively, the HTC Desire Eye is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of S$ 248.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 404.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of S$ 620.00 and Vietnam at dienmaymanhcuong.com with the price of S$ 708.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Price List by Country for HTC Desire Eye

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 2.600.000 SGD 248.00
Malaysia MYR 1,199.00 SGD 404.00
Philippines PHP 24,233.00 SGD 620.00
Singapore SGD 698.00 SGD 698.00
Vietnam VND 12.000.000 SGD 708.00

Specs of HTC Desire Eye

Display
Screen Size 5.2"
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Pixel Density 424ppi
Scratch Resistant
Water Resistant
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 13MP
Front Camera Resolution 13MP
Dual camera
Memory
RAM 2GB
Expandable Memory
Internal Storage 16GB
Card Slot
Battery
Battery Capacity 2400mAh
Talk Time 20h
Platform
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 154g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 151.7 x 73.8 x 8.5mm
Body Material Plastic
Launch
Release Year 2014
Connection
USB Connectors Micro-USB
NFC
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
Networking
Dual SIM
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Features
Waterproof
Virtual Reality Capable
Heart Rate Sensor
LED Notification Light
Face Recognition
Iris Scanner
Fingerprint Scanner
FM Radio
3D Touch
Colour
Colours Blue

An Eye Opening Experience with the HTC Desire Eye in Singapore

The HTC Desire Eye is a smartphone that places a lot of emphasis on its photography capabilities. Your photographs look stunning, and your selfies will look amazing. Both the front and rear 13 megapixel cameras have its own dual LED flash to give a more natural looking flash when you need It. BSI sensors in both front and rear cameras further give the camera an edge in low light conditions.

Your selfies will now have the upper hand of being larger and much more detailed compared to competing smartphones – it's also got auto focus now! And yes, there is a beautify feature in the front facing camera to make sure your face is flawless in your self portraits.

The camera application also has many other shooting modes and features that can enhance your photography experience. If you want a simple and quick shot, just use the Auto mode. If you want to get a specific preference, then you can switch over to manual mode to adjust each setting carefully and tune it to your preference. There are also intuitive features such as an auto selfie capture that you can trigger with your voice or by just giving your perfect smile.

Now An Ear Opening Experience

HTC has many innovations in their long term history of producing smartphones and tablets, but with these recent years, one of these innovations is undoubtedly their best: The HTC BoomSound speakers. Ever since its inception with the HTC One M7, the BoomSound speakers have been a very iconic feature that makes HTC smartphones stand out from the others.

With integrated built-in amplifiers and auto balancing software for bass and treble, the front firing BoomSound speakers bring the richest and clearest of smartphone audio in stereo. Your music, movies, games, and more will all the more be immersive than ever. HTC's BoomSound speakers will be the best pair of stereo speakers on a smartphone that you will have ever heard – and you cannot turn back once you have.

Comfortable Handling

As is all their Desire smartphones, the HTC Desire Eye is clad in high quality plastic materials. The front and back of the smartphone has a soft touch finish that is incredibly comfortable to hold and provides a superior grip. The phone also comes in several different color combinations such as red and white, and red and blue, and much more. Find out more at iprice Singapore!

Reviews of HTC Desire Eye

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-01-15
Sturdy, waterproof design, Great handling, Decent overall performance
Plasticfeel, A little pricey, Imaging performance could be better
2014 has been a year of experimentation for HTC as the company tried to level up the mobile photography experience through its devices. Earlier last year, the Taiwanese company unveiled its flagship Android smartphone - the HTC One (M8) - which is the wor...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-01-02
The popularity of brands such as Xiaomi and Huawei shows that consumers are not necessarily chasing the best of the best when it comes to smartphones. They can be enticed to buy a phone with a combination of useful features and a low price. HTC's latest,...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-11
On first glance, the latest smartphone from HTC looks a little like the HTC One (E8) . It is covered with the same plastic material and nearly identical hardware underneath – a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core CPU, 16GB storage with a microSD card slot, ...
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toptenreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-15
HTC's Desire EYE smartphone offers a variety of features with a 1080p HD screen, two 13 megapixel (MP) cameras and 2GB of RAM. This phone comes in at the upper end of midrange. At 5.97 x 2.91 x 0.33 inches, the HTC Desire EYE is on the large side, but the...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-25
One of the strongest frontfacing cameras on a phone to date, Flagshiplevel performance, Sharp and vibrant display
A little too large for comfort, Comes with outdated version of Android, Front cam's photos can be inconsistent
HTC's crafted one of the best midrange phones on the market with its new Desire Eye, a playful device that's just as, if not more technically advanced than its flagship One (M8) . Its potent Snapdragon 801 chipset, gorgeous 5.2-inch 1080p display, and sty...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-18
Distinctive design, Dust and water resistant, Nice display  Powerpacked internals
Picture quality of cameras isn't the best, Average battery, Doesn't come cheap
“The Desire Eye aims to be a godsend for the selfie obsessed. But is that all it's good for?”Selfie.The Oxford Dictionary proclaimed it as the word of the year in 2013. American broadcaster ABC launched a sitcom with this name. Hollywood starlet Kim Karda...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-12
“A bird-eye's view of the most expensive and powerful smartphone in HTC's Desire range, the Desire Eye”While all the top smartphone manufacturers felt pressure from new-gen brands last year, Taiwanese brand HTC rose in popularity, thanks to its wide range...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-09
“Can the Desire Eye live up to its name with its camera performance? Let's find out”With millions of selfies being uploaded on social networks every day, it's clear that the selfie phenomenon is here to stay. And, it seems that HTC is poised to take the b...
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techwelike.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-22
When I first heard of the HTC Desire EYE I thought it was going to be the same thing as the HTC One M8 with a flash and a dedicated camera button. After some time with the phone here's what I thought of it.Display: 5.2 inch Full HD Cameras: 13 Megapixel r...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-03
Sharper, high-res selfies in good lighting, Lovely unibody-feeling plastic design, Great performance
Awful low-light selfies, Front-facing flash doesn't help much with photos, Mushy side buttons
Your smartphone selfies look horrible. It's true and you know it. It's not your fault, it's your smartphone's.Almost all smartphones have a low-res front-facing camera with 1 to 2-megapixels. It's laughable how little they've improved compared to how grea...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-18
Sharp selfie camer, Good image quality from both front and rear camera, Comprehensive photo-editing ap, Zippy performanc, Powerful speakers
Below-average battery lif, Sluggish autofocus
Among my friends, I am the selfie queen. But HTC's Desire Eye could give my chums a claim to my throne. The first phone to feature a front camera that's as sharp as its rear 13-megapixel shooter, the Desire Eye is designed for selfie lovers who want to sn...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-15
Specs are on-par with HTC's flagship, Front camera captures fine details and fits plenty of faces, HTC's software is unobtrusive with some useful features
Front camera doesn't get colors right, Rear camera struggles in low light, Design feels boxy
Maybe it's the name, but I expected HTC's Desire Eye to be less expensive.“Desire,” after all, is the name HTC usually reserves for its mid-range phones, and the Desire Eye, with its plastic chassis and boxy frame, seems like it would fit right in. Yet AT...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2014-12-15
IP certificate, Decent cameras, Powerful SoC, Great screen, Good speakers, Decent voice quality, Very good battery life, Power To Give app
Low available storage capacity, No App2SD support, No MHL, No ac Wi-Fi, Sometimes inaccurate GPS, Throttling under load
It was usually the low-resolution cameras that gave reason for complaint in HTC's One M8 . The Taiwanese phone-builder now wants to teach their competitors a lesson with the HTC Desire Eye , and installs a 13 MP lens and dual-LED flash in both the primary...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
While HTC appears to be content on throwing its limited marketing budget towards its flagship One lineup, you can tell the company still loves working on more affordable devices. From my experience with most of their smartphones, they do pay attention to ...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
The first time I heard the word I paused. Do we really need a term for taking a photo of yourself at arm's length with a crappy front-facing camera? (I may have used stronger language). That was a few years ago. Today the term has exploded in use, and smartphone cameras aren't quite so little and crappy anymore, but I still hate even reading the word, much less using it. It's spawned dedicated social networks, a horrible (and blessedly short-lived) ABC sitcom, and now the HTC Desire Eye smartphone. There's more than the front-facing 13-megapixel camera at play here, but it's the defining feature on the face of this device......
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Design is attractively simple, almost a throwback in its symmetrical shape, 5.2-inch doesn't detract from handling experience, Snapdragon 801 processor is still great, BoomSound speakers, IP certification, HTC Sense is easy to use, functional, Split Captu...
Many of the other camera features are gimmicky at best, Buttons are squishy, especially the dedicated camera shutter button, Picture quality is uneven, at its worst even in medium light situations, Battery life average, helped mainly by quick charging, AT...
Whether you're a fan or not, the “selfie” revolution is upon us. Countless device manufacturers are trying to find new ways to make your self-portraits even clearer, even if that means copying the rear-facing camera and pasting it on the front. This sound...
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androidguys.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-10
HTC decided to take a new on a new strategy with the announcement of the RE action camera, focus on camera software, and the release of the HTC Desire Eye... Read more: Follow us: @androidguys on Twitter | AndroidGuys on Facebook
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-10
Solid injection-molded design. High-performance guts. 13-megapixel selfies are awesome (outdoors). Water resistance up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. Auto Selfie, “Cheese” voice command, and post-editing effects are really fun to use
Low-light performance with front camera is worse most rival smartphones. Front autofocus can be slow and dual-LED flash is average, Prev2 of 2Next
Smartphone selfies are fun to take, but they’re lacking in one key area: image quality. You see, while, the rear cameras on smartphones have improved significantly over the years, front-facing cameras haven’t; they’ve been stuck in the 2-megapixel realm for what feels like forever....
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-09
13MP dual LED cameras are a step up,  BoomSound speakers,  Powerful processor,  Solid endurance
Cameras were good, but not great, Currently exclusive to AT&T, Only available in 16GB variant
Back in May of this year we took the HTC Desire 816 for a spin and concluded it was “a mid-tier phone with flagship DNA”. We hoped those genes were dominant and that we'd begin to see more flagship-like performance out of HTC mid-rangers. This time around...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-07
Frontfacing flash for selfies, Excellent build and screen quality, Waterproof
Front facing camera could be better, Average battery life
HTC seems to be embracing the selfie era and joining the ranks of Sony and Oppo in making smartphones especially tailored for selfie lovers. While each of these smartphones outdo each other with a plethora of selfie-related features HTC offers something d...
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