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The HTC One Series specs breakdown

It is hard to keep up with the launch of different HTC smart phones in the market. Phone companies have been focusing on developing high-end smart phones to target the massive market across the world. HTC is one such company that has launched a variety of smart phones over the years. Previous HTC mobile phones such as the Sensation, Evo, Titan, Desire, Radar, Wildfire and Incredible took the market with a storm causing a lot of hype about the need for android smart phones. With the launch of the HTC One series, HTC has given smart phone users around the globe another reason to avoid Apple iPhone’s and try out a new innovative smartphone from this upcoming brand.

The HTC One series includes four phones that will feature a list of common features while containing unique designs and specifications. All the One series phones will run on the Android 4.0 operating system and be equipped with HTC Sense 4. These phones are designed to give you spectacular clicks at any time while also providing a sensational music experience. Recording videos in full HD and clicking pictures at super fast speeds is one of the highlights of these mobile phones.

With the launch of the HTC One series phones, the phone company has also introduced two lovely features called ImageSense and ImageClip. These two developments ensure that users always get an unmatched camera experience while clicking pictures and recording videos. Another stunning addition to these features is the ability to click a photo while the camera in recording a high-resolution video. HTC calls this distinctive feature video picture.

But where will you store all these high-resolution pictures and videos? That’s taken care of too. HTC made a deal with drop box, allowing users of the One series phones to get 25 GB of free storage space for the first two years of having the phones. This service has been integrated with HTC’s Sense 4 feature, allowing you to use this functionality with ease. What’s happens after 2 years? The phones also come with ample of internal memory for you to store everything you want on them.

The HTC One series also provides users an enhanced sound experience with the integration of beats audio. All the phones in the One series feature this enhancement, giving users an amazing music experience to enjoy at all times.

HTC has also made improvements to the HTC sync manager in these phones. Users can automatically synchronize with the music tracks on their desktop and connect to a variety of other streaming services with ease. Simple and convenient!

Now that we know about the common features in the HTC one range of smart ones, lets take a closer look at each of these phones in terms of spec:

The HTC One V: Powered by a 1GHz single-core processor, the HTC One V comes with a 3.7 inch touch display that responds beautifully to the feather touch of your finger. A 512 MB RAM and 4 GB of internal storage gives users plenty of space to store what they want. Its 5.0 megapixel camera captures quality pictures for you to share with others.

HTC One S: The One S features a 4.3 inch super AMOLED touch screen for an enhanced smart phone experience. 16 GB of internal phone memory along with a 1 GB RAM makes this a tough competitor in the market. Users can capture exceptional pictures and videos through its 8.0-megapixel camera.

HTC One XL: A 1.5GHz dual-core processor powers the HTC One XL. The phone has a 4.7-inch touch display to enjoy high-resolution videos and pictures captured through its 8.0-megapixel camera. 1 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage space is all you need with this hunk.

HTC One X: Featuring 32 GB of internal memory, the HTC One X is a cut above the other One series phones. An 8.0 megapixel camera, 1 GB RAM, and 4.7-inch touch screen make this phone an absolute delight to use. A 1.5GHz quad-core processor allows you to enjoy the most advanced applications and games without compromising on speed and quality.

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    n2zazm says:

    Do you know if HTC has addressed signal strength?  I had a Desire Z that was just a camera in outlying areas.  All my friends’ phones could make calls and surf (same carrier as me), but my HTC had zero bars and could not connect.  I understand this is common throughout the HTC line.  Have they fixed it?

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