- 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm
- 4.7 inch, Full HD 1080p, 468 PPI
- 143 grams
- Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600, quad-core, 1.7GHz
- Android™ with HTC Sense™(It is a graphical user interface developed by HTC Based on the TouchFLO 3D design)
- HTC BlinkFeed™(simply pick the social networks, news and feeds you want to stay updated on and they’ll all stream live to your home screen. Looks more like being borrowed from windows phones)
- 32GB/64GB, available capacity varies1
- 2 Gb DDR2 RAM
- Gyro sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor
- NFC capable3
- Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX™ enabled
- HTC BoomSound™(Dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built-in amplifiers)
- Studio-quality sound with Beats Audio
- HTC Connect
- Smart Flash: Five levels of flash automatically set by distance to subject
- only a 4MP sensor so as to capture more light.
- HTC ZOE (A mode on the camera that takes 0.6 seconds of HD footage before you press the shutter button and three seconds afterwards, meaning you get a ‘moving photo’ to give all manner of information about what’s actually been happening).
- Front Camera: 2.1 MP, 880 wide angle lens with HDR capability
- 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR Video
- Battery Capacity : 2300 mAh
Good about it:
- 1080p display is very good
- Full metal body. Zero gap construction
- Extremely powerful
bad about it:
- Camera isn’t impressive
- No memory card slot
- poor battery
With its super-crisp, bold screen, monstrously powerful processor, all-metal chassis and fun, attractive interface, the One is a real contender among this year’s high-end smart phones. Its BlinkFeed software might be a gimmick, but overall it provides a classy, user-friendly experience.
Price is not announced but expected to be around 45k.