HTC aimed to beat Samsung last year in the smartphone market share with the HTC One, but didn’t push through because of manufacturing issues, causing a delayed release for the current flagship. But things are getting hopeful for the Taiwan-based smartphone maker, as they are set to release the successor to HTC One, codenamed HTC M8. More details, after the break!
In a tweet sent by our favorite leaker, @evleaks, the HTC One successor rumored to sport the name HTC One+ or HTC Two will be released sometime by late March in New York City, USA. It is also rumored to come with a same resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels found on the HTC One and a bigger 4.9 to 5 inch screen. There’s also a report that says it will come with a dual sim variant. (more…)
A reinvention of smartphone—this was how the president of HTC-USA, Mike Woodward, described the hottest flagship Android phone of the Taiwanese company. Essentially, the HTC One is designed according to how people, or the so-called Generation Feed, actually use their smartphones today. It’s a practical One. And that could turn the smartphone world upside down, according to Woodward in announcement very recently.
The body is entirely of aluminum which took some years to construct and perfect. That’s quality enough—having an all-metal but light phone. But there are more new features. The full HD 1080p 4.7-inch screen is bracketed laterally by elongated speakers dubbed by HTC as Boomsound. With the Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor ticking at 1.7GHz, the HTC One certainly would perform fast and works powerfully in tandem with its 2GB DDR2 RAM.
HTC Cam Breaks the Tie
The HTC One camera is worthy of mention, said to be among the revolutionary features that set HTC One apart from the rest, and that’s not to mention its breakthrough Ultrapixel technology. Ultrapixel has two times what a megapixel has, permeating 300 times the light, Woodward said. And with the dual-axis stabilization, the cam feature is beyond compare. And if that seems outrageously brilliant, wait till you see how it’s possible to take shoots in low light even without a flash. No blown-out, flat pictures. The image quality is said to outdo iPhone cam images! (more…)
Word is that units of HTC Butterfly are already available in some local HTC Concept shops across the country at a SRP of Php 32,190. Known as the GSM variant of HTC J Butterfly launched in Japan back in October last year, the HTC Butterfly is the Taiwan-based phone maker’s newest flagship smartphone.
So what exactly this phone has to offer? Well, just put it this way. Imagine 2.1MP front and 8MP rear cameras working in harmony as you take pictures to capture life’s greatest moments in a flash. These, plus more! HTC Butterfly will alter the way people view and hear the world around them—in clear, vivid captured scenes supported by astounding sound quality. That is what makes some people desperately desire to put their hands on this gadget pronto! Responsible for the salient visual feature is its 1080p full-HD and 5-inch sized Super LCD 3 touchscreen display; and responsible for its sounds is an exclusively fitted amplifier for Beats Audio experience.
The chic body design is intended to fit snugly into any hand and the first-rate technology is intended for incredibly fast performance made possible with the Snapdragon Quad-Core processor, ticking at 1.5GHz! Here are some of the bragged-off features in summary.
With the attractive 1080p full HD, 5-inch display — viewing movies, videos, pictures, and even TV shows would be a smashing eye-delight. Moreover, the mind-blowing 440 PPI display ensures the production of a rich, vibrant image quality.
The dual front and rear cameras seem to make sure no picture detail escapes from the lens. And fit more subjects into the frame with the ultra-wide, 88-degree, front angle lens. The timer ensures picture-perfect shots even for yourself. Picture quality is attributed to the HTC Media Link HD and 1080p HD resolution. This makes certain image quality is intact whether it is a video transfer to a huge TV screen via DLNA or HDMI, or picture sent while chatting. (more…)