As impressive as the specs are, it’s hard to tell whether customers will lap up the HTC One once it hits stores. But one thing is clear is that HTC has no problem convincing mobile operators worldwide to carry the phone.
If you are curious to see the unveiling of the One for yourself, HTC just published the recording of the London event, presided by the company’s CEO himself, Mr. Peter Chou.
Forget we mentioned yesterday that the HTC One will come in red, alongside the typical silver and black variants. It’s an error.
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Barcelona’s MWC 2013 is to take place between February 25 and 28, and, based on preceding rumors and leaks, this is what we expect to see on stage.
The HTC One and HTC’s media event shows that the Taiwanese company may already be using some of Apple’s licensed mobile tech, not to mention keynote-related marketing strategy.
One of the coolest features on the new HTC One is the camera. It’s not about megapixels and gigantic photos this time… this time it’s about UltraPixels. Don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of it, HTC just invented it.
In a blog post, HTC One designer Thomas Chien discusses the thought process behind the design and creation of the HTC One. Chien believes that the HTC One is a masterpiece. Do you?
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.