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HTC One - The New Android Flagship

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Yeah Mate.. U r right !

I have used HTC ONE, GS4, LUMIA 920 and IP5 for long enough and found out that right now GS4 has best camera for normal light situations in any smartphone (apart from 808 off course) . IP5 is close second in normal light alonwith Lumia 920 and HTC ONE is definately the last among these.

Even in low light situations although it fairs better than earlier HTC models, its still lagging behind these models. In low light and indoor shooting Lumia 920 is best hands down. Then comes GS4 and IP5 and HTC ONE is still last here.

Although the pics are clearer they are not detailed enough due to low resolution. If u think the camera is a merit for HTC one for which u should buy it, I suggest u dont. However as Abhi said, its build quality, feel in hand, gorgeous screen and speaker sound is simply unmatched.

One more issue that I noticed with ONE is the low sensitivilty of the capacitive buttons and Sense 5 is not that good as I imagined.. Just my 2 cents !!!

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Soon you will have the great hardware construction without sense 5.

Unlike the hefty price Samsung charges for their plastic body.

Google version of htc one is something to look forward.

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I really dont get why they have to go with this Ultra-pixel gimmicky camera module.. until they can povide better resolution i.e 8mp atleast or 13mp to my taste.

I am looking forward to the next iteration of ONE with a better camera and rest all same which I think would be Buttetfly 2 .

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sweep2wake is a real cool feature available on flashing custom kernel.....its real fun to show others we can wake phone just by swiping over capacitive buttons when screen is off

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sweep2wake is a real cool feature available on flashing custom kernel.....its real fun to show others we can wake phone just by swiping over capacitive buttons when screen is off

Kindly post the custom kernel link.

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sweep2wake is a real cool feature available on flashing custom kernel.....its real fun to show others we can wake phone just by swiping over capacitive buttons when screen is off

Kindly post the custom kernel link.

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Breaking the myth..

Android Central - About that MegaPixel myth: This 46" print from the HTC One camera looks awesome..

http://www.androidcentral.com/about-megapixel-myth-46-print-htc-one-camera-looks-awesome

Edited by amit.shah
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I thought HTC One is GSM only phone. Is it also available in CDMA??

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HTC has launched the GSM version in india but US CDMA version can be availed from sellers on this forum.

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read at thinkdigit.com that htc one mini is also coming. they also have images.

screen will be 4.3".

never thought that 4.3 size phone will come with a name "mini".

good strategy from as users like me dont want to go above 4.3 size.

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I thought HTC One is GSM only phone. Is it also available in CDMA??

HTC one is available in many Variants depending upon the country it is launched

1. Global Model GSM

2.CDMA ( USA Market)

3.CDMA + GSM Dual SIM (China )

4. GSM Dual Sim (China)

check this article for more Info

http://gsminsider.com/2013/04/08/htc-one-802d-for-china-telecom-hands-on/

official Htc china site

http://www.htc.com/cn/smartphones/htc-one/#specs

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Ever since hetal Bhai mentioned in a post earlier the dual sim version coming to India.

Info I have been quite eager.

If the specs given on htc China are to be considered then the best part is being able to use both evdo and hsdpa, one at a time though.

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Wow! Best of both worlds in one phone!
No need to buy pure Google version of HTC One separately if you already have HTC Version!
Coming Soon: MoDaCo.SWITCH for the HTC One

MoDaCo.SWITCH for the HTC One is coming soon, allowing you to easily switch between Sense and Google Play edition on your phone, without maintaining two sets of data.
The new concept is demoed in the video below. I'm currently testing the build and looking for any last remaining issues / bugs before I let it loose on you lot in the form of a public Beta!
It will be installed via custom recovery in the usual way and is based on the 2.24 European One ROM (Android 4.2.2) and the shipping Google Play edition ROM. Stay tuned for further updates!
MoDaCo.SWITCH for the HTC One - VIDEO Demo

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A new HTC One Dual SIM handset is showing in HTC india website as coming soon. Will sim 1 work with reliance cdma?.

http://www.htc.com/in/smartphones/htc-one-dual-sim/#specs

All Specs

CPU SPEED

New generation Quad Core

1.7 GHz processor

android.gif PLATFORM ANDROID

HTC BlinkFeed with Sense 5

Android Jelly Bean

simcard.gif SIM CARD TYPE

2 GB RAM

Available with 16 GB storage with 25 GB Dropbox

microSD up to 64 GB

storage.gif MEMORY1

2 GB RAM. Available with 16 GB storage with 25 GB Dropbox

micorSD up to 64 GB

network.gif NETWORK2

SIM1: Up to HSPA (900/2100 MHz) and up to EVDO REV. B(800 MHz)

SIM2: Up to EDGE (900/1800/1900 MHz)

connectors.gif CONNECTIVITY

  • Built-in NFC

sound.gif SOUND ENHANCEMENT

HTC BoomSound™
  • Dual frontal stereo speakers
  • Beats Audio
  • 2 amplifiers
  • Sense Voice

camera.gif CAMERA

  • HTC UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe
  • BSI, F2.0,Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
  • Pixel size 2.0 µm, Sensor size 1/3'
  • Dedicated HTC ImageChip™ 2
  • Front Camera: 2.1 MP, wide angle lens
  • 1080p HD recording, F2.0

multimedia.gif MULTIMEDIA

Audio supported formats:
  • Playback: .aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav, .wma (Windows Media Audio 9)
  • Recording: .amr
Video supported formats:
  • Playback: .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv (Windows Media Video 9), .avi (MP4 ASP and MP3)
  • Recording: .mp4

battery.gif BATTERY3

Capacity : 2300 mAh

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network.gif NETWORK2

SIM1: Up to HSPA (900/2100 MHz) and up to EVDO REV. B(800 MHz)

SIM2: Up to EDGE (900/1800/1900 MHz)

Should work on Reliance/Tata/MTS out of box with OHM SIM as per the Specs.

Also it supports Rev. B..... :hypocrite:

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we have a nostradamus among us :)

Posted 26 April 2013 - 07:08 PM

http://www.rimweb.in/forums/topic/35559-htc-one-the-new-android-flagship/?p=290105

yay , i have been waiting for such a dual sim handset since xt800 days. ever since i gifted my xt800, my gsm sim has been begging for a phone :tongue:

icing on the cake is the expandable memory slot.

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The dual SIM really looks good and the removable battery is a blessing

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Apart from dual sim & removable battery it also supports a sd card upto 64GB so a total of 96 GB storage if u add the sd card

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^^^^^

Are you sure that battery is removable??? Afaik DualSIM HTC One variants come with microSD slot + non-removable battery...

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Stand corrected.. battery is still non-removable

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Apart from dual sim & removable battery it also supports a sd card upto 64GB so a total of 96 GB storage if u add the sd card

Did you try to load indian version HTC ONE STOCK ROM on CHINA HTC ONE Dual SIM ?

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