The HTC One comes with a new Sense on board, HTC Sense 5, which proposes users a whole new user interface, with BlinkFeed appearing to be its most important feature.
With all the hype surrounding the new HTC One today, it would have been easy for HTC to sit back and let the device shine. While the phone itself may not have been a surprise, the slew of accessories definitely are. All official, and all pretty sleek.
The HTC One’s UltraPixel camera is demoed in a few HDR sample videos posted Tuesday morning.
The HTC One features an UltraPixel camera that wants to compensate the lack of megapixels with high-quality photos and video recording features.
Figuring out what HTC Zoe is certainly leads you nowhere if the name is the only information you have, so let us fill you in with the juiciest details.
The first benchmarks for the HTC One have appear showing that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 is ready to deliver a significantly improved performance.
According to HTC’s website, the newly announced HTC One will be available in red in addition o black and white.
What could be better news that learning that the HTC One is now official? How about this: HTC is offering $100 or more for customers that trade in their old handsets towards the purchase of the HTC One.
It’s out, it’s out, it’s finally out, and it’s… awesome? Fugly? Underwelming hardware-wise? Just downright average? The jury’s still out on the HTC One and we’d love to hear your thoughts, but for now let’s focus on HTC’s marketing efforts.
The HTC One is official, so here’s what you need to know about the handset to decide whether its the one for you.