HTC One comes with zero-gap aluminum unibody, so it’s comfortable to hold. Regarding the hardware, this phone comes with 4.7-inch Full HD 1080p touchscreen with 468ppi, SnapDragon 600 quad-core 1.7Ghz processor and 2GB of RAM. HTC One comes with UltraPixel Camera that has a bigger 1/3-inch BSI CMOS camera sensor with 2mm pixel size, and it can collect 300 percent more light for better low-light performance.
In addition, there’s a F2.0 aperture lens, 2-axis Optical Image Stabilizer as well as ImageChip 2 in order to provide you with best camera quality. Additional camera features include Full HD video recording, HDR Video, continuous shooting and VideoPic. There’s also a 2.1 Megapixel wide angle front-facing camera and it fully supports HDR and Full HD video. HTC One is equipped with dual microphones, and it supports audio processing for HDR audio recording, so it adds clean and rich sound to Full HD videos. Thanks to dual built-in microphones and Sense Voice, HTC Once can detect loud ambient noise and dynamically boost the in-call voice. This phone uses Bluetooth 4.0 that is aptX enabled, and it supports new WiFi 802.11ac standard. There’s also a DLNA for wireless media streaming, micro USB port, MHL, GPS and GLONASS navigation.
HTC One runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with the new Sense 5.0, and there will be two models available: 32GB and 64GB. 4G LTE is also supported, but only in several selected countries. Release date and price remain a mystery.