HTC One series introduction

3/20/2012 5:17:21 PM

HTC One series introduction



HTC, a global designer of smartphone, has launched new smartphone series HTC One which presented the most advanced mobile experience with iconic design level, new camera and amazing authentic sound experience.

With the most advanced experience of HTC, HTC One series integrated Android 4.0 (ICS) with HTC SenseTM 4, a popular HTC new version of user experience which was introducing HTC ImageSenseTM, the new applications of camera features and images distinguish HTC Sense 4 with other phones. HTC Sense 4 also includes many improvements to audio quality and simplifies the way people listen to music on the phone.

HTC One X has beautiful engraved polycarbonate body, there is the rug of metal but still lightweight. With seamless structure, the body is combined with high-gloss “piano” surface anti-glare back. HTC one is as fast as lightning with new Nvidia Tegra 3 mobile processors to make obvious graphics, faster application and longer battery life. It includes a Super 4-PLUS-1TM 1.5GHz quad-core with integrated 5th Battery Saver Core and 12-core Nvidia GPU performance. HTC One also has 720p HD display, 4.7 inches astonishing carved from CorningTM Gorilla Glass. HTC One X also has in selected 4G LTE markets with Qualcomm Snapdragon S4TM processor supporting LTE with 1.5GHz dual-core CPU.

HTC One S is for those who want a high-end smartphone with more compact shape. It was granted power by Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with 1.5GHz dual-core CPU. It also includes a 4.3-inch screen that created from Corning Gorilla Glass. HTC One S has new HTC’s seamless metal body design to the new 7.9mm slim design, making it the slimmest of HTC phones up to now. HTC One S with two new surfaces explores the new land of the mobile phone innovation. The first is an anti-glare black Ceramic Metal surface as a result of microarc oxidation (MAO) was originally developed for use in satellites. It transforms the surface of the monolithic aluminum frame to the ceramic structure like crystal, super harder and thicker 4 times than anodize aluminum, allowing HTC One S still looks beautiful with time. Second surface of One S brings anodize technique to the new level with a new process has been patented to create gradually fading from light-to-dark, that is gorgeous and sophisticated.

Using the classic design of HTC Legend, HTC One V brings top design to a smartphone with  spacious and high-end experience offers amazing camera and realistic sound. It has a simple monolithic aluminum body design, the iconic show ingenuity and quality.

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