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New HTC One Review

The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer, HTC had just unveiled its latest bet in the crowded segment with the “all-new” HTC One.

If you’re familiar or currently owning the previous/current model of HTC One then we’ll assume that you fell inlove with its sleek in and out design —-that’s obviously made even better for the latest flagship. It’s now made with 90-percent aluminum unibody chassis which is considerably far from the 70-percent parts of its previous model and it’s directly constitute to added weight of half an ounce. But you can absolutely trade it off from its sleek and curvacious design that’s perfectly tuned with its spacious 5-inch display. You can expect same quality of display as it’s still fitted with a 1080p S-LCD3 which is known for its bright colors and deep blacks. And it’s also ruggedly protected with a Gorilla Glass 3. One more thing, you’d be missing the capacitive buttons from the previous model as it’s now been replaced by standard Android keys. Furthermore, it’ll also feature two curious looking rear camera sensors and enhanced HTC Sense UI.

New HTC One 2014

Specs Comparison

HTC ONE (2014) HTC ONE (2013)
Dimensions 146.4 x 70.6 x 9.35mm (5.76 x 2.78 x 0.37 inch) 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm (5.41 x 2.69 x 0.37 inch)
Weight 5.64 oz. (160g) 5.04 oz. (143g)
Screen size 5.0 inches 4.7 inches
Screen resolution 1,920 x 1,080 (441 ppi) 1,920 x 1,080 (468 ppi)
Screen type S-LCD3 S-LCD3
Battery 2,600mAh (non-removable) 2,300mAh (non-removable)
Internal storage 16GB (32GB version coming) 32/64GB
External storage MicroSD (up to 128GB) None
Rear camera 4MP UltraPixel, f/2.0, 2.0µm pixel size, 1/3″ sensor size, 28mm lens 4MP UltraPixel, f/2.0, BSI, 1/3″ sensor size, 2µm pixel size, OIS
Front-facing cam 5MP, f/2.0, BSI, wide-angle lens 2.1MP
Video capture 1080p 1080p, 30 fps
NFC Yes Yes
Radios GSM/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900) (All); CDMA (800/1900) (Verizon, Sprint).


EMEA: (850/900/1900/2100) with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
Asia: (850/900/1900/2100) with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
AT&T: (850/1900/2100) with HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps
Sprint: (850/1900/2100) with HSPA up to 14.4 Mbps
Verizon: (850/900/1900/2100) with HSPA+ up to 14.4 Mbps
T-Mobile: (850/AWS/1900/2100) with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps


EMEA: (800/900/1800/2600)
Asia: (700/900/1800/2100/2600)
AT&T: (700/850/AWS/1800/1900/2600)
Sprint: FDD (800/1900), TDD (2600)
Verizon: (700/AWS/1800/2600)
T-Mobile: (700/AWS)

Depends on the market
Bluetooth v4.0 with AptX v4.0 with AptX
SoC 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (Asia variant uses 2.5GHz); Adreno 330 GPU 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064T)
SIM slot Nano-SIM Micro-SIM
WiFi Dual-band, 802.11a/ac/b/g/n Dual-band, 802.11a/ac/b/g/n, WiFi Direct
Operating system Android 4.4.2, Sense 6.0 Android 4.1.2, Sense 5.0 (at launch)

Tracking back the game-changing history left by the previous model of HTC One which almost exceeded all of our expectations the pressure was pushed to its new version —-just to beat that game-changing history. Can it sustain the momentum and be better? Check out the full review by Engadget for the latest HTC One and let us know how do you feel.

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