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Images of HTC's "remarkable" ReCamera leak

Images of HTC's "remarkable" ReCamera leak
A report published on Thursday from Portugal, shows what are allegedly images of HTC's ReCamera that will be used in future promotional material for the device. HTC is holding a "Double Exposure" press event on October 8th and there has been speculation that the manufacturer will be introducing a rugged/action camera and a new "selfie" centric handset on that date.

The images show a camera that resembles the device held in a swimmer's hand, that was found on a video that HTC released on Wednesday. This video teaser tells us that "something remarkable is coming." The latest speculation has the tube shaped camera offering a 16MP sensor, and equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. An app made by HTC would allow the device to be powered by an Android or iOS handset. The camera would be waterproof. A website for the ReCamera, which earlier today showed a landing page, is now down. It is possible that the use of the phrase "something remarkable is coming," is a huge hint as ReCamera could be short for Re(markable) Camera.

There is also a possibility that we will see a pair of other eagerly awaited HTC branded devices on October 8th. One is the Nexus 9 tablet. This 9 inch stock Android slate is supposedly powered by the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. On Tuesday, we told you that this tablet could be introduced on October 15th or October 16th along with the Nexus 6 handset, and Android L.

Some are hoping on October 8th, to see HTC take the wrapping off of an HTC One (M8) max. This would be a phablet sized version of the HTC One (M8).


source: 4GNews.pt (translated)

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