HTC M7 has been christened as HTC One.
HTC has been trying very hard to stay alive in the smartphone market, where tough competition is always up. This time, HTC is coming up with their flagship smartphone HTC One, which had been known till now as HTC M7. The phone, which has a metal unibody design, is powered by a Qualcomm quad-core processor running at 1.7GHz. The device has an Adreno 320 GPU. It sports a 4.7" screen with Super LCD 3 technology screen with 1080 pixels resolution and features 2GB RAM. The device is run by Google’s Android Jelly Bean version 4.1 Operating System.
There is something interesting about the camera of HTC One. You are likely to ignore the 4 Mega Pixel camera when you see in the spec sheet. But listen carefully, the camera is more special than any other cameras of any other devices. It has an impressive sensor size of 1/3" (many standalone point and shoot cameras use smaller sensors of 1/6"). This means images will be 'cleaner' and will have far lesser noise than other phone cameras. HTC says that the One has ‘Ultra Pixel’ camera. According to the latest company reports, it is the size of the senor that matters, and not the number of pixels it contains. The camera also packs Image Stabilisation. There is a 2.1-megapxiel front camera on-board and a 2,300mAh battery.
HTC One will be available in three colour variations- Black, Red and Silver. The device will launch in March this year. HTC has already made deals with 185 carriers worldwide including USA's AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint; all major UK carriers and many more. But, there is no report about the retail price.