HTC has announced a new flagship smartphone, the HTC One M8.
The phone features a dual lens camera on the back, enabling it to capture depth information about the scene, which means you'll be able to bring blurry objects into focus by tapping the screen before, or after you shoot using 'UFocus' technology, which is much like that of the Lytro camera
The One M8's sensor uses UltraPixels, and HTC claim that it's larger pixels, not more of them, that enable you to get better photos. UltraPixels are twice the average size, enabling you to capture over 300% more light in your images.
The camera also features a panorama mode, featuring simple tilt controls and a leveling line to help you keep the horizon straight.
The One M8 also features a 5 megapixel wide angle front camera, which HTC say is ideal for taking selfies, and also supports microSD memory cards up to 128 GB in size.
The One M8 is available now from £38 on various contracts. SIM-free prices start from £530. For more information on the HTC One and its features, take a look at the HTC website