2013 HTC One
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HTC has officially unveiled its new flagship called HTC One. This is as expected for a while will be among the absolute top. This is evidenced by several factors, among which we could sort the powerful processor and display with perfect delicacy but also with so-called UltraPixel camera sensor. The new HTC boasts a 4.7-inch LCD display with Full HD resolution (1820 x 1080 pixels) and extreme fineness 468 pixels per inch. The device is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm 600. The display provides all the contents of the Android operating system with a graphical HTC Sense 5.0.

The phone also offers support for the use of NFC technology, there is also Bluetooth 4.0 not only to transfer files between two devices or DLNA for wireless streaming to a TV or computer monitor. On the side of the device is a microUSB 2.0 port, through which you can synchronize data with your PC. Taiwanese company HTC has also referred to the new camera. With it relates so-called “ultrapixely” that allow you to capture much higher quality images, even in low light conditions. The camera has aperture size of f/2.0, and as already mentioned, as well as UltraPixel sensor that captures much more light (300%) than conventional cameras competing phones. Theoretically, it is a camera with a resolution of 13MP. There is certainly no front camera, which is used not only for Video chat. It also can record video in Full HD. The new HTC smartphone under the name One will be available in 80 countries. Price has not been determined yet, but should begin with $600, which is the value for the U.S. market.

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