The New HTC One

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If you’re a big fan of previous HTC phones then you’ll definitely want to grab hold of the new HTC One.  The HTC One is surely going to be the best phone that HTC has made in recent years, HTC has a history of making great and popular smartphones, so the HTC One doesn't comes as much of a shock to us. It's an out of this world Android smartphone and is well worthy of your attention if you're looking to upgrade your old phone but does come at the high price spectrum of the phone market.

The HTC One has a stunningly sleek aluminium body, an excellent visual display holding a full HD 4.7” display that uses 468 pixels per inch supplying you with supreme crystal clear images. It has a CPU and 2 GB RAM combination, that is scarcely bettered, plenty of storage giving you 32GB of internal space with the only downside of there not been a SD card slot but HTC have remedied this factor by giving you 25GB of free Dropbox space included for 2 years when you purchase your new device. It is an LTE handset, you have dual channel Wi-Fi, 3G / 4G connections, Bluetooth 4 with aptX support and NFC, all finished off by an altogether revamped form of HTC Sense supposedly called HTC Sense 5.  It's even thinner than its ancestor, the HTC One X and not light either, weighing more than the majority of the rivalry in today’s market with a dimension of 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm and it weighing around 143g.

The HTC One holds a powerful 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset at its core, includes the HTC UltraPixel 2.1 MP rear camera, which when you press the shutter it automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3 second video camera which captures 300% more light and holds a 2.1MP front camera. HTC have added a loads of brand new features including HTC BlinkFeed™, which allows you to pick and choose which social networking sites you want to stream live to your home screen which is great to stay updated on news and events, BoomSound™ dual frontal stereo speakers are powered by built-in amplifiers which deliver you with better sound quality and less distortion, Sense Voice which includes dual built-in microphones that detect loud background noise and magically transforms the sound quality of the caller.

The HTC one even includes an IR controller letting you use your phone as a universal remote to control gadgets like your TV or set top box, Sense 5 also carries a brand new music player as well and if you’re kids just love to play games on your phone then the Kids Mode, from Zoodles will give you a chance to make your phone safe for little ones, with fun and cool games to play.


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