Monday, March 11, 2013

HTC One Ultrapixel Camera's To Be Used In Mid-Range Models

HTC is expected to further increase the usage of its latest and impressive ultrapixel camera technology to its midrange mobile phones after the technology was used in the latest HTC’s flagship the HTC One.  One is the first device in the HTC line up to fully utilised this ground-breaking new imaging technology, whereby it allow more light to be captured via the camera’s 4MP sensor.

HTC further explained that instead of increasing their phones camera resolution, HTC decide to use a modest 4MP cameras that include a sensor of ⅓ inches which in turn allow each of the individual pixel captured to be larger thus enable far better light capture as well. This technology combined with built in optical image stabilisers that allow the device to capture better photo in low light conditions even without using flash. This technology was similar to the one in the Nokia Windows Phone flagship, the Lumia 920’s Pureview.

By eliminating the need for a flash it allow more natural colours to seep through which normally would be reduced by the flash plus it also alter the ambient light and vivid colour moods that the photographer try to expressed.

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Many analyst predict that the HTC One is the Taiwanese company last ever chance to establish as one of giants in the smartphone industry that are dominated by the likes of Samsung and Apple. Analyst are predicting this as even the launch of much hyped HTC Butterfly failed to increase the market share in the world smartphone market. 

HTC recent financial result show how far they have back tracked - which is almost to the level before HTC decide to use Android as an operating system and were still relying completely on Windows Phone.  

Sunday, March 3, 2013

HTC failed to launch

The highly anticipated HTC One release date is said to fall on March 15th, however the Taiwan brand smartphone was scheduled to launch today the 4th of March in their home market, and it is unfortunate to announce that the launch had to be postponed until the 7th. No one knows why the launch was delayed.

The GSMA and TechCrunch have both decided that the HTC One is the best technology showed off at this year Mobile World Congress. The HTC One which beat the Sony Xperia Z comes with a brand new “Ultra Pixel” technology, and a 4.7 inch Gorilla Glass 3- covered 1080 Super LCD 3 display.

HTC unveiled that the One would be available in 32GB and 64GB configurations. Though The One that’s meant for Taiwan will only have 16GB of on-board storage.  The HTC One will run on Android 4,1,2 Jelly Bean and powered by a 1.7 GHzquad-core Snapdragon 600, with 2GB of RAM DDR2.

The HTC will probably reach respective countries around April or even May. For the impatient bunch, you can import one from sites like Expansys, and then you could have yours by the end of March.

I highly recommend that people who plan to pre-order should just wait until the 14th to see what Samsung does with the Galaxy S4 before planning to purchase the One. So by then, you will be able to make a fair comparison between the two most renowned smartphones of the first half of the year. 

Friday, March 1, 2013

HTC One is Truly The One and Only Flagship of HTC in 2013

HTC is currently in the process of streamlining its usual approach to smartphone this year. The Taiwanese based tech giant is expected to stick with the new HTC One as its one and only flagship handset for this year. 

Phil Robertson, HTC’s executive director for U.K and Ireland revealed that the HTC One will be stick to its true name, whereby the Taiwanese firm putting its high hope on the sleek and sexy iPhone-like Android handset. 

"We just said, 'Let's just create one flagship device this year,'" Roberson told Omio. "This is The One."
This move is completely different from what HTC do last year where they opted to release a wide range of HTC one devices including the One X, One X+, One V and One S. 

Reinforcing its latest generation flagship brand to a one solitary device could pay off handsomely for HTC as the multiple model approach can quickly confuse the potential customers on which feature belong with which handset.

What we can assure you is that there is no any sort of confusion about the new HTC One though, it come with a 4.7-inch full HD display (similar to HTC Butterfly), 1.7GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of DDR2 RAM.
HTC One also come with Beats Audio-powered BoomSound coupled with a front-facing speaker and amplifier along with BlinkFeed technology for a constant stream of news and photos from you preferred store and not to forget the social networks. 

The camera which only a 4MP is still a great camera as it’s utilizes a feature that HTC call the UltraPixels where the basic idea is that larger pixel make for better images mainly to the image that in low light conditions, than more pixel. The camera also come with HTC Zoe, which turn the photos into a mini-movies.

Importantly, just because HTC declared the One as the only flagship device on the market for the whole year, it doesn’t mean that the door is closed to other HTC handsets under the One brand.
After HTC One took the MWC best in show award, we find it hard to argue with the latest decision of HTC’s new flagship strategy.