We have seen many leaks and hits these days about the HTC One (previously called M7). Today, HTC has made a official announcement of the latest Flagship device. HTC One is the successor of the previous HTC One Series (One S, One V, One X, One X+). They also said that it will be available in March 2013 in the US with major carriers excluding Verizon.
The ‘new’ HTC One sports a 1080p 4.7 inch LCD display, which is a more crisp and beautiful. Also, with 1080p resolution in a compact 4.7″ LCD display, its also the new king for the pixel density with 468ppi. This is a beautiful piece of hardware.
HTC is also booming a lot about the One’s Camera capabilities, which is all about a custom-developed imaging sensor with enlarged pixels that can absorb roughly three times more light than those inside a conventional camera. The company calls it the ‘UltraPixels’. Its literally all about good low-light shots and ‘Zeo’ clips. The UltraPixel camera is just a normal camera with great capabilities and larger pixels. It also has a Optical Image Stabilization to target against the Lumia 920.
HTC also added a new sound system called the “HTC BoomSound”, it is nothing more than two front-facing stereo speakers, which have the largest sound chambers on a phone yet, as well as Beats Audio integration and a dual-microphone HDR recording option.
Display: 4.7-inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display (469 ppi)
Operating System: Android
Processor: 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, quad-core
Storage: 32GB, 64GB. No Expandable.
Connectivity: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, DLNA, GPS, GLONASS and an IR Blaster (yes, that’s true, an IR Blaster!)