HTC One Vs Apple iPhone 5: More Troubled Times Ahead For The iPhone 5?

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HTC may not have had much success in the smartphone market, especially over the past couple of years. But the company sure does seem optimistic; judging by the amount of marketing it is putting in to spread the word about its latest flagship, the HTC One. The HTC One had been talked about for a while now, and finally HTC unveiled at an event a few days ago. With Apple already losing significant market share to Android, what impact would the HTC One have on the iPhone 5’s sales? HTC One: Although we still don’t know the pricing details, we’re expecting it to be priced somewhere around that of the iPhone 5. But if you need something that looks good in your hands, we’d say pick the HTC handset. Like the iPhone 5, it is also encased in an all aluminum body, but it does have a larger 4.7-inch screen [+more]

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The Secret Of HTC Bringing Up Its Signature Phone HTC One Against Samsung Galaxy S4

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They say if you don’t have a winning strategy, learn what your competition is doing right and tweak yours that way. Looks like that is going to be HTC’s plan for 2013. HTC didn’t manage to make too much of an impression in the Android market last year with its One X and One X+ handsets, which eventually just ended up confusing the consumers. It started 2012 with the launch of its first flagship, the One X, which didn’t end up gaining much popularity mostly due to its inadequate 1800 mAh battery and dual-core processor. And shortly after its launch, HTC followed it up with an upgraded flagship, the One X+, which launched about 8 months later. The One X+ with its quad-core processor and bigger battery surely had good specs, but HTC loyalists who picked up the One X ended up feeling letdown, stuck with a more obsolete flagship. [+more]

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HTC One Vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Can The HTC Flagship Win Over Samsung’s?

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HTC hasn’t had much luck in the smartphone market over the past couple of years, despite creating remarkable handsets. Of course, 2012 remained the year of Samsung with its bestselling Galaxy S3. But 2013 seems to be more promising for HTC, thanks to the company’s launch of its latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One. It looks good, has quite a few good features, but the real question is, is it fancy enough to put a dent in the Galaxy S3’s sales? HTC One: Let’s just start by telling you how much we love the HTC One’s overall design. Clad completely in aluminum, it’s got a premium, futuristic look and feel. Its 4.7-inch full HD display has a breathtaking 468 ppi resolution – the best resolution in a smartphone till date. The phone runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with an upgraded HTC Sense UI overlay. Powered by a quad-core 1.7 [+more]

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HTC One Vs Sony Xperia Z Vs BlackBerry Z10: HTC One’s Fate Relies On Ultrapixels?

HTC One Vs Samsung Galxay S4

So, after much speculation and what seemed like an endless wait, HTC finally unveiled its brand new flagship smartphone, the HTC One. And we are only too pleased with what the company has confirmed to be a truly spectacular and promising new entrant in the Android smartphone arena. But when it goes up against some of the more recent launches like the Sony Xperia Z and BlackBerry Z10, what could be the HTC One’s fate? HTC One: The latest flagship smartphone to hit the market, HTC One features an absolutely stunning 4.7-inch full HD display with a resolution of 468 ppi – the highest so far in a smartphone. We do wish it had a slightly bigger screen though. It is powered by a quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 processor and 2 GB of RAM. You can choose from a 32 GB or 64 GB internal storage space. The HTC [+more]

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HTC One Looks Good On Paper, But Is It Enough To Revive The HTC Brand?

HTC One Vs Nokia Lumia 920

Well, HTC finally did lift the veil off its grand new smartphone, the HTC One. And from what we’ve seen so far, what can we tell you, the phone looks really promising. But the real question on everyone’s minds is if the phone is good enough to steal the spotlight away from current world leader Samsung and its range of amazing products like the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note II and of course, the upcoming Galaxy S4? There’s no doubt that HTC has worked real hard on making this phone a brilliant gadget. Its specs are truly mind-blowing – a 4.7-inch full HD display with 468 ppi resolution, a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2 GB of RAM, an HDR mic, LTE connectivity, an HTC Ultrapixel camera, a 2300 mAh battery and a variety of storage options to choose from. The Snapdragon 600 processor is especially remarkable in performance, although we [+more]

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What Can Exude More ExcitementThan HTC M7 New Name: HTC One Is It?

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Don’t blame us for getting the name wrong – after HTC’s CEO Peter Chou talking about the M7 at the company’s year-end party, we couldn’t help but think that that’s what HTC was planning to call its flagship smartphone. And so we and everyone else kept talking about the M7, its features, rumored release date, et al. But according to the latest update from @evleaks, the HTC flagship phone will actually be called HTC One. And well, we can’t help but believe this information, because they’ve been pretty right about a lot of other such leaks. The HTC One is rumored to be launching at a press event on February 19, 2013. What makes this phone interesting is its 4.7-inch full HD screen with a resolution of 468 ppi – the highest so far. The One is expected to be powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB [+more]

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