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Ilse Jurrien
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HTC One review

content type Review Mail the editor Posted by Ilse Jurrien
Tuesday, October 29th 2013 - 11:00 CET - Comments: 0
H TC One test - Decreasing sales forced HTC to take a new direction. As part of this, HTC introduced a new flagship phone at the start of this year. The HTC One is a unique smartphone, and that is immediately noted in its design. The sleek phone with a complete aluminum body feels solid and luxurious. The HTC One features a new Sense user interface, a powerful 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, an Ultra Pixel camera, and beautiful stereo sound, thanks to Beats Audio. Are you curious about the HTC One’s performance? We have published a full review, including test photos, and full HD sample videos.

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HTC One review

 

HTC One review

As an original Android supporter, HTC has a lot of experience with the Google OS. The HTC One runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. HTC then put its own Sense user interface on top of that, which has clearly undergone an update, in terms of design as well as functionality. The HTC Sense skin's minimalist design works well.  New functions that the Sense update has brought to the HTC One are BoomSound, BlinkFeed, and Zoe, among others.

 

HTC One

 

HTC One smartphone

The HTC One does not simply have a digital camera, the Taiwanese company has implemented an UltraPixel camera in the One. The UltraPixel sensor has the largest pixels on a phone, which can capture more light. The HTC One does not simply have a digital camera, the Taiwanese company has implemented an UltraPixel camera in the One. The UltraPixel sensor has the largest pixels on a phone, which can capture more light. In practice, the difference is certainly visible, the One performs above expectations in difficult lighting.

 

Review HTC One

 

Review HTC One

The sleek aluminum body gives this Android phone a high-quality and solid appearance. The 4.7" touchscreen is crystal clear, and the smartphone is very user-friendly. The HTC One reacts fast and stable, and the battery performance is also exceptional. The new functions that are included in the HTC Sense 5 interface, such as Zoe, BlinkFeed, and BoomSound are all three fantastically well elaborated, and you will also use them on a daily basis. I am pleasantly surprised with the HTC One's performance and functions. Read our full HTC One review.

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