Updated on:Sep 02, 2015
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Innovation at its best
HTC One features a 4.7-inch Super LCD 3 touchscreen display which bears a display resolution of 1080 pixels along with a tremendous pixel density of 468 ppi. Running on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) OS, this innovative device is powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad-core processor accompanied by 2GB DDR2 RAM.
HTC One boasts a 4MP camera complemented with the Ultrapixel technology from HTC. The tremendous camera has features such as BSI Sensor, HTC ImageChip 2, Smart Flash and OIS. HTC One has also been equipped with a 2.1MP Front-facing camera that has got wide angle lens with HDR capabilities. Both the cameras support multi-axis optical image stabilization feature.
Beautified with a sleek aluminium body, the HTC One has been designed to redefine your opinion about a smartphone. The extraordinary features that accompany the device makes it a great possession for its buyers and is capable of standing up to the iPhone 5, Blackberry Z10 and Sony Xperia Z.
This year HTC has released even better version of this phone dubbed as the HTC One M8 featuring full metallic body and a depth sensor along with the ultra-pixel camera at the back.
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I’m fairly confident there’s a kitchen sink inside the HTC One. This phone has everything else, certainly, with nothing but high-end specs across the board. It starts with Qualcomm’s new quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, a remarkably powerful chip clocked here at 1.7GHz. There’s also 2GB of RAM inside, plus the standard set of radios and sensors: Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi, DLNA, Miracast, an accelerometer, gyroscope, and GPS — there\'...
Pros: Gorgeous hardware Beautiful, high-res display Fast, consistent performance
Cons: Mediocre camera Poor battery life Sense still has some issues
We love the HTC One even after eight months, so the prospect of having even more One in our palms made the Stuff team downright giddy with excitement. Not just bigger, the One Max promises to be the boldest HTC handset ever, launching with the latest version of Sense (5.5) before the One gets it, rocking an in-vogue fingerprint reader and apparently banishing the few niggles we had with the HTC One. So there’s now a 3,300 mAh battery so that th...
Android 4.4 is on its way to the HTC One in the UK - albeit a little later than expected after some issues caused it to be rolled back by HTC. We`re awaiting the software and will update the review as soon as we can! After months on sale, the HTC One is still our top pick of the smartphones available at the moment - and with all new software, it`s now even better. While it may not have been borne out in sales, the One is definitely the phone that...
Pros: Great design, Sleek Sense, Innovative camera,
Cons: No memory card slot, Zoes fill up storage, Alarm too simple,
Verdict: The Galaxy S4 is sleeker, the iPhone is, well, Apple-ier, and the Nexus 5 is cheaper. But for the overall package of smartphone design and functionality, the HTC One stands head and shoulders above the rest....
As HTC`s new flagship smartphone, the HTC One is packed to the rafters with top-notch components and technologies including some of the latest processing gear from Qualcomm. In addition to being state of the art, the successor to 2012`s HTC One X is......
Pros: The HTC One flaunts a stunning metal design, powerful quad-core processor, and a beautiful 4.7-inch 1080p screen. It runs Android Jelly Bean, takes great pictures, and has a feature-packed camera app.
Cons: Sealed case design means no SD expansion slot or user replaceable battery. The BlinkFeed software canu2019t be completely removed. The phone isnu2019t yet available on Verizon.
Verdict: A few quibbles notwithstanding, the powerhouse HTC One is a beautifully crafted, near-ideal smartphone....