• HTC finally announced HTC One with 4.7-inch 1080p HD screen display and an ‘UltraPixel’ camera

    Posted on February 20th, 2013 David Brooks | 1 comment

    After so many rumors, leaks and “reliable” reports, codenamed HTC M7, the HTC One has been finally announced by HTC on an event in New York City on Tuesday. Being the next flagship Android smartphone and the successor of HTC One X family, the HTC One sticks closely to the company’s tradition of wowing fans with lofty specs, but it also innovates dramatically in a couple of key areas. “We think it’s time to shake things up in the smartphone space,” Mike Woodward, President of HTC America, told ABC News in an interview about this new HTC One. “We have decided to come out and reinvent the smartphone.”

    The 4.7-inch 1080P full HD LCD display with up to 468ppi would surely bring bright, crisp, and beautiful visual effect for users, just like any other wonderful smartphones in the marketplace. No matter what angle you look at it from, this smartphone would deliver you amazing images. Thus, if you want to watch HD movies on HTC One, full HD movie entertainment could be available.

    HTC One

    HTC is betting big on the One’s camera capabilities, which revolve around a custom-developed imaging sensor with enlarged pixels that can absorb roughly three times more light than those inside a conventional 8-megapixel camera. These UltraPixels, as the company calls them, will make for a major leap in low-light performance, however they do limit the resolution of any photos you take with the HTC One to 4 megapixels.

    Being a flagship, the HTC One will naturally come equipped with 4G connectivity, 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 SoC quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage as standard (a 64GB variant is planned for the APAC region), a 2300mAh battery, GPS and GLONASS, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and even 802.11ac Wi-Fi. As for the software, the HTC One would come with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS and HTC’s Sense UI.

    The HTC One will be available in a choice of silver or black starting in the latter half of March. HTC is aiming for a truly global release, having signed up a total of 185 carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint in the US. Though it’s reported that the higher-capacity HTC One was planned for Asian markets only, AT&T now says it will offer both a 32GB and a 64GB model.

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