The HTC One previously known as the HTC M7 is now officially announced. The handset is expected to hit the market in March 2013. Initially, the HTC One will be available in three colours – black, silver and red. Too little is known about the actual price of the handset yet. However, its high end features might push it a bit on the expensive side. But, is the gadget capable of offering you the most delicious treat? Lets find out.
- 4.7-inch Super LCD 3 display
- 1.7 GHz Quad Core Processor
- Android 4.1.2 operating system
- 4 MP camera with an UltraPixel Sensor
- Wide angle 2 MP secondary camera.
The HTC One comes preloaded with the Android 4.1.2 OS with HTC sense 5 – the latest version of HTC’s Android Skin. New features in the HTC sense 5 include the HTC Zoe and the HTC BlinkFeed. You can surely expect an upgrade to Android 4.2.2 in the near future. Amazingly, the phone is powered by a impressive 1.7 GHz Quad Core Krait 300 processor, while most of its competitors still prefer sticking to dual core. The HTC One is available with an internal memory of 32 GB and 64 GB. It houses a 2 GB RAM and a 2300 mAh non removable battery.
One thing that might put you into a shock is the 4 MP camera. While most of the smartphone manufacturers pump in an 8 MP camera, why would HTC want to stick to just 4? The camera comes with an UltraPixel Sensor that supports not more than 4 pixels. The pixel size is much larger compared to that of the rival smartphones. Moreover the phone also features an Optical Image Stabilisation that drastically reduces the chances of blurred images. If all of this sounded a bit too technical, here is what it means in simple words. The images captured by the the HTC 4 MP UltraPixel camera are much sharper compared to those captured with a standard 8 MP camera. Both, the front and the rear cameras can shoot full HD videos at 1080p.
The HTC One has a complete metal design. The 4.7-inch screen features a Gorilla Glass 2 protection. The stereo speakers in the front comes with a dedicated beats audio and an amplifier. At the thickest point, the phone measures around 9.3mm. However, the edges narrow down to 4.3mm, which is much thinner than the 7.6mm thick iPhone 5. The HTC weighs around 143 grams. Not too heavy, is it?
With all those fabulous features pumped in, the HTC One surely seems to be a perfect piece of innovation. No doubt, the price may swing a bit more on the expensive side, but its worth spending those extra bucks on something so unique. A completely different smartphone experience is what HTC promises to offer its fans. However, the gadget is not yet out for grabs. So, you might probably have to wait for a while. Don’t forget to compare the prices at compareraja.in and save lots of money while you shop online.