MOROCCO: The 2014 was the year that the word “selfie” conclusively and maybe haplessly found its way into veracious-to-goodness dictionaries. Is it genuinely any surprise, then, that smartphone makers are determinately starting to upgrade their front-facing cameras.
With the Desire Ocular perceiver, HTC took a step back and wondered why a phone’s rear camera always had to be better than the one up front. Don’t our lovely mugs deserve the same scarcely technical attention and affection as, verbalize, our lunches? HTC (along with others like Oppo) has decided that affirmative, yes they do. When you visually examine things that way, the Desire Ocular perceiver and its twin 13-megapixel cameras seems to be just the impeccable compromise for wannabe mobile photographers and the authentically vain. But is it really?