HTC Unveils Its New Flagship Smartphone HTC One

On Tuesday morning, HTC unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Android Jelly Bean-powered HTC One. Presented during simultaneous media events in both New York City and London, HTC …

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On Tuesday morning, HTC unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Android Jelly Bean-powered HTC One.

Presented during simultaneous media events in both New York City and London, HTC levied high praise on its 4.7-inch smartphone, which delivers a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor.

The smartphone also raises to the forefront a concept called “ultrapixels” which delivers an exceptionally crisp, clear image capturing capability through the device’s camera.

“With dual audio speakers, a new Beats Audio feature in BoomSound, and a rebooted version of the HTC Sense interface layer that includes a new element called Blink, and an IR blaster to act as a TV remote, the HTC One certainly packs some interesting extras,” says Jessica Dolcourt of CNET.

The HTC One will set you back $199.99 for the 32GB version and $299.99 for the 64GB version. The new smartphones are expected to appear in the U.S. next month. They will be available for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint.

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    The specs on this farm are impressive. I like that it will come with a 1080p display, just like the Droid DNA. I watch shows on my phone often, since the only time I can catch up with them is while I’m on my way to and from work at DISH. The full HD display combined with the DISH Anywhere app, which lets me stream my live and recorded shows anywhere I go, should make for a great pair.