Baseding on a report from Bloomberg, HTC is dealing with an updated and freshened version of its flagship One smartphone. The Taiwanese electronics maker launched the gadget in the spring of in 2012 to much critical honor, and with the shelf life of many mobile phones now hardly ever exceeding the twelve month mark, the business is wanting to combine its re-emergence amongst the huge boys in the mobile market.
The HTC One was, and still significantly is a remarkable gadget. I acquired it simply a week or 2 after its launch, and although I have actually since gotten hold of the iPhone 5s, I would certainly claim that the Android-running monster is still significantly my everyday motorist.
Before the One, HTC was having a hard time amidst a gush of Samsung handsets, and with a couple of not-so-great launches under its belt through the One X and One X+ (although both were very strong handsets), the company really dragged itself back into contention with the layout and attributes of the One. Virtually one year on, though, every other firm that matters has yielded a more recent device or (in Samsung’s situation) numerous, so while the One is still pertained to by lots of as the finest in business, HTC understands from previous encounter that it can ill manage to be obsequious.
There’s no uncertainty that the one has a quite commendable array of specifications, but the marquee feature is conveniently the light weight aluminum unibody, lauded by several as the most lovely ever seen on a mobile phone. With this in mind, it should come as little surprise that the new HTC One is anticipated to preserve the exact same renowned kind element, but press the limits in certain areas to keep consumers happy.
In addition to a slight rise in the display size, which will take things as much as five inches and best with the 4.7-inch diameter of the of the original One, there’ll also presumably be a twin-sensor rear camera for a more polished capturing encounter. There could possibly also be a Snapdragon 805 processor, although this is based mostly on rumors rather than the actual report.
Whatever the instance, like the second-gen Nexus 7, the next HTC One will certainly still be called the HTC One. This could, to some, be confusing, but taking into consideration that HTC already released the One X and One X+ prior to the One, I would certainly state this makes a terrific deal a lot more sense than previous naming plans.
Will you have your eye on the HTC One 2?