Monday, 25 March 2013

The HTC One

I like HTC phone mainly because of it's internet passthrough function. Second factor is because of it's  built in sound system, beats by dre. So what's new with the HTC One that can entice mobile users that are already with apple, samsung, backberry and sony phones to get a second look and try HTC One instead?

The  Design


It's body is one of a kind in mobile phone world. It is made from lightweight aluminum metal body with zero gap construction that took 12 years to perfect. The edges are tapered for comfortable and sturdy grip. This makes it look more solid than other smartphones that are made of plastics and polycarbonates. It hits the scale at 143gms and has this dimension of 137.4mm x 68.2mm x 9.3mm. It's display has a decent  4.7 inch total viewable area and offers, full HD 1080p, 468 PPI.

The Innards

It is powered with quadcore Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor with clock speed at 1.7GHz, and paired with 2GB of RAM. This specs would run any apps like a breeze and the 4 cores will promise better multitasking functions without lags.  

It's powerhouse has an embedded battery with 2300 mAh capacity. A choice between two storage capacity of 32GB and 64GB is available. It doesn't have any micro sd card slot for expandable memory but the device can be connected into an external hard drive in case you run out of storage. HTC 

Equipped with the usual mobile phone connectivity like Wi-Fi, bluetooth, NFC, and DLNA for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer with a suitable connection. 

The Interesting Bits


The sound quality is powered by Beats by Dre and this time it is more enhanced with HTC Boom Sound, a dual front facing speakers with built in amplifiers. Who needs speaker dock with this?

The HTC BlinkFeedTM, it's all new user interface, delivers a live feed of news, social networks, calendars and apps direct to the home screen and updates easily via Wi-Fi or network data. 



Your photo gallery will no longer be boring with just mere snapshots but "live" images taken with the smart HTC Ultra Pixel camera that captures  more than one image. HTC Zoe shooting mode automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3-second video to give you the "live" feel when you are viewing it, so your entire photo album becomes a interesting and breathing gallery.



Always fighting which channel to watch and can't do anything because you only have one remote? Why not hide your existing remote and set up the HTC One's Sense TV so that it will work with your TV unit to select TV channels, access program guides, adjust audio and more with simple and easy to follow set up?







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