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The HTC One features a 4.7 in. full HD display and is powered by the Snapdragon 600 a quad-core chip plus an enhanced stereo sound.Specification. Display 4.7 in.. Camera HTC Ultra Pixel. Processor Speed 1.7 GHz. OS Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards.. Color - Silver. Dimension - 5.29 L x 0.35 W x 2.75 H in.. Item Weight - 5.04 oz.
Crafted with a distinct zero-gap aluminum unibody, the HTC One is ready to reshape your smartphone experience with a live home screen that streams all of your favorite content, a photo gallery that comes to life, and dual frontal stereo speakers. This 4G LTE-enabled smartphone runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), which combines with HTC Sense to create an amazing mobile experience that's been re-imagined from the ground up.
The HTC One's full metal body features a slim, solid construction with tapered edges for a satisfying grip, and it's complemented by a brilliant 4.7-inch Full HD 1080p display that resists scratches and reduces glare. It's powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, and it's packed with 32 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM for excellent multitasking.
HTC UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe: Your Photos Brought to Life
The HTC UltraPixel Camera redefines how you capture, relive, and share your most precious moments. With this innovative camera technology, you'll be able to quickly shoot vivid, true-to-life images with a wide range of colors, even in low light conditions -- it lets in 300 percent more light, enabling you to take photos indoors without a flash. And this is accomplished not by increasing the number of megapixels in the camera, but by engineering a more advanced CMOS Sensor, ISP, and optical lens system that captures significantly more light than most 8 or 13 megapixel cameras.
With HTC Zoe mode, press the shutter and the HTC One automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3-second video -- including the last second of images before you tapped the picture button. It can also create a 30-second Zoe Highlight film from each event comprised of Zoes, photos, and videos with professionally designed cuts, transitions, and effects -- just ad your choice of pre-loaded soundtrack. These highlight videos can be remixed or set to different themes, and can be easily shared on social networks, email, and other services.
Multi-axis optical image stabilization for the rear camera also helps ensure video footage smoother whether stationary or on the move. Other features and effects include enhanced 360-degree panorama, time sequencing, and object removal. Self portraits and video are also easily captured via the front-facing camera, which supports 1080p video capture.
HTC BlinkFeed: A Personal Live Stream on Your Home Screen
At the heart of the HTC One experience is HTC BlinkFeed, which transforms your home screen into a single live stream of the things that are most important to you --from sports and technology to games and fashion and even your favorite social network feeds. It's all customized by you, and it's constantly updated live.
To see more detail, just tap on any item in your HTC BlinkFeed to view text, pictures and videos, and then share it with just a couple more taps. HTC provides both local and global content from more than 1,400 media sources with more than 10,000 articles per day from a wide variety of media sources.
- Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense
- 1.7 GHz quad-core processor
- 4.7-inch touchscreen Full HD display (1080 x 1920)
- HTC UltraPixel Camera on the rear
- Front 2.1-MP camera with 1080p video
- 32 GB storage + 2 GB of RAM
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 + NFC
- Up to 19 hours of usage time
- See full specs below
HTC BoomSound: Sharper, Richer, Louder
One of the best audio experiences of any mobile phone available today, HTC BoomSound features front-facing stereo speakers with a dedicated amplifier and an amazing full HD display that immerses you in music, videos, games and the YouTube clips you love. Beats Audio integration is enabled across the entire experience for rich, authentic sound whether you're listening to your favorite music, watching a YouTube video or playing a game.
HTC Sense TV: Your Interactive TV Guide
Tired of remotes taking up valuable couch space? The new HTC One is ready to help you channel surf. With Sense TV, all it takes is a few simple steps and you'll be able to select TV channels, access program guides, adjust audio, and more with your HTC One. Find your favorite shows, and it will notify you when they're on.
HTC Sense TV also lets you easily control your TV, set-top box, and home theater, right from your phone -- so you never have to search for your remote again.
HTC Backup and Restore
Keep all the stuff on your HTC One safe, no matter what happens. Your vital phone settings, accounts, and apps are all backed up to the cloud daily, automatically.
Just connect your old phone to Wi-Fi to transfer your contacts, photos, music, videos, calendar, and more to your new HTC One.
HTC Sync Manager
Sync your personal info, photos, music, and even iTunes files from your Mac or PC onto your new HTC One.
What's in the Box
HTC One smartphone, 2300 mAh battery, USB cable, wall charger, stereo headset, quick start guide
|Display||4.7-inch touchscreen display with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels); 468 PPI; 24-bit color depth|
|Speakers||Dual frontal stereo speakers with built-in amplifiers; studio-quality sound with Beats Audio|
|Sensors||Gyro; accelerometer; proximity; ambient light|
|Network and Connectivity|
|Cellular connectivity||GSM: 4G LTE with availability in limited markets|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX high-quality audio streaming codec|
|Near Field Communication||NFC technology enables communication between NFC-enabled smartphones with a tap|
|DLNA||Wirelessly stream media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer|
|GPS||For navigation and location-based apps; GLONASS support; digital compass|
|Ports||Micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port with mobile high-definition video link (MHL) for USB or HDMI connection (optional cable required for HDMI connection); 3.5mm stereo audio jack|
|Audio formats||.AAC, .AMR, .OGG, .M4A, .MID, .MP3, .WAV, .WMA (Windows Media Audio 9); .AMR for recording|
|Video formats||.3GP, .3G2, .MP4, .WMV (Windows Media Video 9), .AVI (MP4 ASP and MP3); .MP4 for recording|
|Processor & Memory|
|Processor||1.7 GHz quad-core processor|
|Internal storage||32 GB|
|Camera & Video|
|Rear camera||HTC UltraPixel Camera with BSI sensor; 2.0 µm pixel size; f/2.0 aperture; 28mm lens; optical image stabilization; flash|
|Front camera||2.1-megapixel; captures Full HD 1080p video|
|HTC Zoe mode||Captures the second of action just before you press the shutter and two seconds after|
|Dimensions||2.7 x 5.4 x 0.37 inches (WxHxD)|
|Capacity||2300 mAh (non-removable)|
|Usage time||Up to 19 hours|
|BlinkFeed||Live home screen delivers updates from social networks, news, and feeds you choose.|
|Sense TV||Personalized TV guide and remote control.|
|Sense Voice||Detects when ambient noise gets too loud and dynamically adjusts the in-call volume.|
|Beats Audio||Deeper bass, crisper vocals, and detailed high notes for your music, games, and videos.|
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Overall I love this phone, and have been using it for several months now. I guess I'll describe the features of the phone in a bit more detail below. As of right now, I can't name any specific complaints with the phone.
This phone is gorgeous. I wasn't sure how I would adapt to having such a huge screen, but I can now say that it was really easy to get used to it. The screen is ample and the resolution and color fidelity is impressive. The aluminum body gives the whole phone a feeling that makes you recognize just how care and thought went into the design and fabrication of the phone. It also matches my MacBook Pro really well, which is just a fun little bonus for me.
I couldn't bring myself to put a case on my phone. I'm a very careful person, especially with things of high value like a smartphone, so I think I'll be okay. After a few months of regular usage there are little to no scratches on the body, and I still get to enjoy having all my friends drool over the phone when I take it out.
Probably the first thing that just really impressed me about the phone was the very loud and nice sounding speakers. I'm very picky about sound and audio quality, so I'm not comparing them to the great sound you get from things like Swan, Klipsch, etc. That being said, these speakers hold their own compared to built-in laptop speakers and blow other phones out of the water. It's really nice for watching videos and listening to music when you don't have a dedicated speaker to connect your phone to.
Keep in mind though, the speakers are LOUD but they can't really compete with ambient noise. To get the most out of listening to the speakers you will need to be in a relatively quiet place that has some decent acoustics so the sound can resonate a bit. For example, they sound great in my bedroom which is a relatively small 11'x10' room but the overall effect diminishes when I play them outside in the courtyard or lawn. This, of course, is to be expected with any sound system so you can't really complain.
I was really excited about the camera for taking low-light pictures in concerts. The first time I tried it though, the camera just totally failed to produce any good images. I know quite a bit about photography, so it seemed to me that the software was trying to compensate for the average low-light by really blowing out the ISO. This would normally work to produce a terribly quality picture that is nonetheless, in focus. Unfortunately, since concerts are generally a blend of extreme darkness off-stage, and VERY bright lights on-stage, this ends up blowing out the stage and the phone can't figure out what to focus on. I basically got a lot of blurry pictures of what looks like glowing humanoids in a dark room.
I was pretty disappointed with the results, especially after comparing photos with my friend's iPhone 4. Knowing the specs of the camera, I feel that this is largely a software issue, and frankly if I had full control over ISO, shutter speed, and aperture I could probably get this to take great pictures.
While there isn't a way to control shutter speed and aperture as far as I can tell, you can control the ISO. So the next concert I went to, I capped the ISO at 100 and voila! The camera was able to distinguish the band, and take really pretty good pictures.
After figuring out what I needed to tinker with to get good pictures, the camera's other software and features really started to shine. The continuous shooting option allows you to take a burst of images and select the best one, which was great for capturing dynamic moments on stage. Another feature I've come to love is the panorama shot (outside of concert-photography of course) and the Zoe.
I originally thought the Zoe was kind of a dumb gimmicky thing, and part of me still does believe that. However, it is really kind of cool to have you gallery of events on your phone, complete with little mini-movies that just makes it easy to feel like you are relieving the moment. Sadly, there are no good ways of getting these files off your phone.
There's a lot of other great tricks as well, which I haven't fully explored. If you're interested there's lots of articles out there on getting the most out of the HTC One's camera, I'd recommend giving them a look.
Really not much to say here besides the fact that the One is just blazing fast. It's fast at everything it does. The only time it isn't fast it's because the data connection is crap, but that happens rarely in Boston.
I kind of thought I wouldn't like this unremovable feature that comes with the One. I definitely changed my homescreen, but I often find mysel fusing Blinkfeed. I'm really, really, really, busy. I'm sure a lot of you are also really busy. For me, at least, this has translated to me being pretty far removed from what's going on in the rest of the world. That's where blinkfeed comes in to provide me with something I didn't have super easy access to before - news! It's all right there, constantly updating a feed of news based on what you're interested in. It's like having an electronic newspaper on hand all the time. For that reason, I've really loved it.
That's about it in terms of the features that immediately come to mind. Hopefully you've found this review helpful. If you're torn between getting the One of the Samsung, I would really recommend the One. I have owned many Samsung products over the years, and have had many friends with their products as well. Overall, they just don't seem to last very long. I feel that Samsung is just under the impression that its customers won't be keeping their products for much longer than a year, so they don't build them to last much longer than that.
If you want a solidly constructed Android phone that will both last you a long time and offer you everything you could want from the top smartphones on the market today, this is your guy.
HTC One is better than Iphone 5, not just because of the size of the screen, but it was better in screen resolution, I also can read HTC one better than Iphone 5 under the direct sun light situation,
Ease of use
iPhone 5's user interface is a little bit dated compare with HTC one, but I think from getting to direct phone, mail and calendar basic functions, iPhone5 is still the leader here, HTC one is a little bit complicated compare to iPhone 5, I also feel that some of the features provided with HTC One is better suited for a larger display device like iPad. HTC One is more of a hybrid between iPhone and iPad, two-in-one device.
Android vs Apple IOS
I have no preference here, both work fine for me, However, Apple seems to be more of a proprietary system compare with Andriod based device. I can very much transfer the content from my HTC One directly to my Wondows 8 desktop and vice versa without any iTune or intermediary account, cannot do that with iPhone.
HTC One is way better than IPhone, has that industrial design look and feel.
Both are about equal. HTC One takes better picture indoor than iPhone.
Both have zillions of apps in circulation, depends on which camp you belong, you will find comparable software application at both side, HTC One will function best with a Google Gmail account.
If you are an Apple user with Mac and iPad, and is tied to an Apple account, you will be happy with iPhone, but if you operated in a mixed system environments, and you already have a Google account and like the Google way of doing things, you will love the HTC One.
This phone has amazing sensor packed inside, a huge step up from last year's one series. If you are the person who likes to posts photos on facebook and instagram then this is phone for you. if you are trying to replace your digital camera with this one than thats not going to happen. This phone packs 4 MP camera, so when you zoom in the picture for editing, right away you see lack of details. What this phone needs is bigger mega pixel to capture more details. If details is important for you then consider something else.
Boom sound is amazing period. if you like music, and dont have speakers handy then this is the phone for you. this phone is loud and clear.
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