After some delays in manufacturing, the highly anticipated HTC One
smartphone is officially here. Although this high-end smartphone has not received the same amount of buzz as Samsung’s much-hyped Galaxy S 4, the One has many compelling features that will give Samsung some serious competition among savvy consumers.
The HTC One features a full-metal, zero-gap unibody design along with a number of software features that set the phone apart, including a new home screen with HTC BlinkFeed, and HTC BoomSound which combines front-facing stereo speakers with dedicated amplifiers and Beats Audio integration.
As the flagship smartphone in HTC’s line-up, the One features a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm
Snapdragon 600 processor along with 2GB of RAM. The phone is available in both 32GB and 64GB models, depending on your carrier.
This is HTC's answer to the Samsung Galaxy S 4, the iPhone 5
and any other high-end smartphone on the market currently. Does it live up to its moniker? Is it really "the One?"
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