With its live home screen that can stream all your favorite media, theres also dual frontal stereo speakers, the HTC One is ready to reshape your smartphone experience.Visits Today: 665
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No microSD Card slot
Besides its fantastic looks, HTC One features excellent connectivity in WiFi, Dual-Band, infrared Bluetooth as well as LTE or NFC. The operating system is Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean upgradable to 4.2.2 and the FHD SLCD3, 468 PPI display, is nothing but spectacular. Bottom line, the more you learn about HTC One the more you love it as every detail about this smartphone is astounding.
Design and Layout
The One HTC series launched last year is clearly HTC's competition to premium iPhone and Nexus smartphones in terms of design and construction, and the new HTC One is sure able to compete. HTC One X used polycarbonate which offers excellent looks and a solid construction and the new HTC One uses the same material and adds aluminum, especially on the back of the smartphone phone. On the front side, we have the 4.7'' display protected by Gorilla Glass 2. On the back side, we have the 4MP camera and the LED flash and finally on its top and bottom sides you can find the on/off button, the micro USB port, as well as the audio port.
Just like with the previous model, the One X device that has raised the bar of quality for displays a year ago, the new HTC One offers an equally impressive display. The SLCD 3 display provides excellent color, strong contrast and a veritable brightness level. The viewing angles are extremely wide, with some variations in brightness and contrast, and sunlight visibility is excellent. The 1920 x 1080 pixels fitted in a panel with a diagonal of 4.7" has managed to achieve 468 ppi, the highest density available on a mobile terminal at his point.
There's no doubt about it we are dealing with one of the best 4 MP cameras ever implemented in a mobile phone. Furthermore, in addition to taking excellent pictures, HTC One does a terrific job with clips in HDR, Slow Motion and High Frame-rate. You can also use the convenient, integrated photo editor that provides basic editing options such as auto enhance, cropping and a series of effects. Still, this is a 4MP camera and some want more from their smartphone.
HTC One is the most impressive terminal ever produced by HTC, and we can say that it is the best choice for an Android terminal at this point. The sleek design with a good, excellent Full HD screen, as well as the powerful sound system and the top notch a hardware platform, all place the new HTC One among the best smartphones available at this point.
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