With a sleek aluminum body, a live home screen that streams all of your favorite content, a photo gallery that comes to life, and dual frontal stereo speakers, the new HTC One is ready to reshape your smartphoneexperience.
YOUR HOME SCREEN. YOUR WORLD.With HTC BlinkFeed? on your phone, you’re never out of touch with your world. All your favorite content is streamed live ontoone screen. If it’s happening now, you’ll find it on your home screen.Awesome camera. Awesome imaging tools.Get perfect images with one‐press continuous shooting, VideoPic, and a camera that captures 300% more light.Slim phone. Fat sound.Dual frontal stereo speakers are teamed with powerful amplifiers, so everyone can hear what you’re hearing. Share music, share videos, share games—and share them loudly.
HTC Zoe™: Your photo gallery brought to life.Capturing a moment takes more than one image. That’s why the new HTC One includes the HTC UltraPixel Camera. Press the shutter and the HTC One automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3‐second video—a picture that’s alive. So your entire photo album becomes a living, breathing gallery.
UltraPixel Sensor: Let There be More LightFor years, a misconception among most consumers is that the higher the megapixel count, the better quality of images. Actually, the number of megapixels is only one of many factors that determine picture quality, with sensors and image processors each playing a critical role.However, year after year manufacturers try to outdo each other with higher megapixels. How? By reducing the size of the pixels to cram more in, which often decreases image quality. Thats because the smaller the pixel, the less light each one collects. This results in more visible noise and other defects in both still images and video.The more light a digital camera can capture, the more information it can record, resulting in better pictures in more varied conditions and lighting environments.HTCs approach is to offer larger pixels in the new sensor that can capture 300% more light than many of the 13 megapixel cameras on the market. Because larger pixels record more light and data, our photos display more shades and greater color accuracy.
UltraPixels and Sensor SizeThe new sensor offers the largest pixel size on a smartphone, which can capture significantly more light.Its a "has to be seen to be believed" type of experience. Look at the sample photos below to see the difference.Shot in "real world" conditions at night, without flash. Count how many eyes you can see clearly...
UltraPixels and Sensor SizeHTC One Leading CompetitionUltraPixels and Sensor SizeHTC has made a deliberate choice to focus on photo quality with bigger pixel size over just total pixel count. The 1/3’ sensor size on the HTC One is equivalent to the sensor size found on other 8MP or 13MP smartphone cameras.However, UltraPixels are larger than ordinary pixels, and take up more space on the sensor. So there are less megapixels ‐ the new HTC One takes photos at 4 megapixels resolution, but the quality of each pixel is substantially higher than the industry average.
UltraPixels and Sensor SizeThe 2.0 micrometer UltraPixel has effectively twice the surface area of the typical 1.4 micrometer pixel found on 8MP solutions from leading competitors and far larger than the 1.1 micrometer pixel on 13MP sensors.Because of the ample amount of information recorded on each photo, images captured with HTCs camera look absolutely stunning on large computer monitors and HDTVs. They can be printed at full resolution up to at least 8" x 10". Even casual, everyday photos reveal a pristine level of clarity and detail.Another benefit of the new sensor is that the actual file size of each image is smaller, requiring little, if any, compression when sharing, uploading, backing up, or storing in the cloud. This maintains the captured images inherent quality.
ImageChip Processing PowerNext Level Processing Power With ImageChipNEXT LEVEL PROCESSING POWER WITH IMAGECHIPIn order to provide the best quality on our camera, we have designed our own HTC ImageChip to perform some of the processing at the hardware level. Our carefully engineered ImageChip features optimize the ISP (Image Signal Processor), to offer benefits such as:Continuous Auto FocusWe have developed our algorithm to improve focusing speed significantly to an average of less than 200ms for a full distance scan. This is almost instantaneous, and less than an average human blink. You will practically never see your images out of focus.Real‐time Video HDRDuring video capturing, the dynamic range can be boosted up to ̴92dB to match the human eye capabilities. The sensor captures interlaced frames up to 60fps with high and low exposure values, while the ImageChip hardware processes the frames in real time to create the HDR frames. This is powerful enough so even full HD 1080P video capturing can utilize an "always on" HDR function.Lens Compensation & Color ShadingDue to the curvature of the lens and the way light flows, the physics of a lens naturally creates darker spots near the edge. With an algorithm designed specifically for our lens, we can process and compensate the color shading.De‐noise processingWhile our system already employs the largest pixel size and largest aperture found on a smartphone, noise is always a factor when a light threshold level is reached. De‐noise processing helps cleanly remove noise captured both on the main camera and the front camera.
F/2.0 Apeture F/2.0 Aperture: Better by a Wide Margin Aperture is the width that a camera lens opens when a picture gets taken. Aperture is measured in f‐stops, with the smallest f‐stop numbers representing the largest apertures.The new HTC One, like its predecessor, offers the largest aperture on the market, with an f/2.0, which allows 44% more light through than the f/2.4 aperture on the iPhone 5, and over 90% more light than the Samsung GS3s f/2.6 The result is dramatically improved image quality in low light conditions.
Optical Image Stabilization(OIS)Optical Image Stabilization: Significant Clarity ImprovementsOne of the biggest complaints about smartphone cameras has been blurry photos. There are two main reasons for this:1. Length of time required to capture an image, resulting in misaligned light streams coming into the sensor.2. The physical shaking of the hand while holding the camera or pressing the shutter button.To address the first issue, HTCs camera is now capable of capturing full size photos in up to 1/48 of a second, compared to 1/30 of a second from other competitors and the HTC One X (2012). This is a significant improvement in shutter speed on a smartphone camera, producing photos and videos that are sharper and clearer in all conditions.In terms of dealing with physical motion, we have installed a physical optical image stabilizer (OIS) on the new HTC One system. While OIS is not new to digital cameras, this is a significant milestone for smartphone cameras. HTCs dedicated imaging gyroscope effectively detects the motion of the camera, and the lens will physically move in the opposite direction of the motion to counter the shake induced on a phone.
Optical Image Stabilization(OIS)This is more effective than digital stabilization used on competition models, as there is real physical movement involved here. Digital stabilization simply takes the image or video and crops out parts that are shaking, resulting in lower resolution images, and slower time to process the stabilization.HTC engineers have made significant progress on reducing the OIS component to fit within the beautiful form factor of the new HTC One. Leading the industry standards, it can counter motion on two axes and operates at an unprecedented frequency of 2000Hz, which means it detects pitch and yaw movements of the camera, and adjusts for those movements, 2000 times a second. This is much faster than any comparable phone camera with OIS. While other OIS systems might only compensate on one plane of motion, HTCs system is designed so that the lens tilt an average of 1 degree in all directions from its center point, capable of countering motion from various movement angles.The combination of HTCs hypersensitive UltraPixel Sensor, high‐frequency Optical Image Stabilization, faster shutter speed, and large f/2.0 aperture means that you not only get fantastic pictures and video of inanimate objects in low light, but you can capture blur‐less action shots without a flash. In other words: incredible shots of fast moving things and people in poor light, whether indoors or outside!
Optical Image Stabilization(OIS)When taking photos, OIS compensates for movements of the user’s hand. This is more necessary with slower shutter speeds, and testing in our labs has shown that OIS effectively produces clear, blur‐free photos at shutter speeds as slow as 1/7.5 of second. However, the camera will rarely, if ever need to shoot at that speed, due to the new sensor’s ability to capture lowlight photos at faster shutter speeds up to 1/48 of a second.For taking videos, one of the biggest challenges has always been capturing smooth footage. When holding the camera with bare hands, even small movements are quite noticeable. With the 2‐axis OIS in operation, background shakes are effectively removed, resulting in videos that look smooth and steady, mimicking smooth panning used with professional video equipment.
Better PicturesBetter Pictures, Less DistortionRicher images in low light. Reduced motion blur. Uncompressed or minimally compressed photos. It turns out you dont need all those megapixels when you have more refined light sensors and smarter technology. HTC is proud to offer customers advanced technology that allows for the most stunning pictures available on todays smartphones.The following table summarizes the key qualities of UltraPixel and additional innovations that complete the imaging system, as well as quantitative comparisons to competitors offerings on the market.
HTC BoomSound™: Sharper, richer, louder.On the average smartphone, sharing music or a video with friends is a frustrating experience. A tiny speaker will tame even the most ferocious track. But the new HTC Ones BoomSound™ changes all that. Dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built‐in amplifiers deliver bigger sound with less distortion and more detail.
HTC BlinkFeed™. Your live home screen.With HTC BlinkFeed™, simply pick the social networks, news and feeds you want to stay updated on and theyll all stream live to your home screen. The pulse of your world is in the palm of your hand.
SmartPhone. Even smarter design.Can you innovate against wear and tear? Yes. The new HTC Ones Infinity Glass eliminates glare and resists scratches. Which means its stunning looks will actually stay stunning—now and in the future.
Your interactive TV guide.Tired of remotes taking up valuable couch space? The new HTC One is ready to help you channel surf. With Sense TV, all it takes is a few simple steps and you’ll be able to select TV channels, access program guides, adjust audio and more with your HTC One. Find your favorite shows, and it will notify you when they’re on. Take control of your TV experience with your phone.
Sense Voice: Call clarity – even in a crowd.The world doesn’t include a volume knob. So talking on the phone in any loud, crowded environment can be a challenge. The new HTC One solves that problem with Sense Voice. It includes dual built‐in microphones that detect loud ambient noise and will then dynamically boost the in‐call voice to compensate. Hurrah for clarity.
Specification SIZE: 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm WEIGHT:143g DISPLAY: 4.7inch, Full HD 1080p, 468ppiCPU SPEED Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600, quad‐core, 1.7GHzPLATFORM ANDROID ANDROID™ WITH HTC SENSE™ HTC BLINKFEED™SIM CARD TYPE micronSIMMEMORY TOTAL STORAGE : 32GB/64GB, AVAILABLE CAPACITY VARIES RAM : 2 GB DDR2GPS INTERNAL GPS ANTENNA + GLONASS DIGITAL COMPASSSENSORS GYRO SENSOR ACCELEROMETER PROXIMITY SENSOR AMBIENT LIGHT SENSOR
Specification SIZE: 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm WEIGHT:143g DISPLAY: 4.7inch, Full HD 1080p, 468ppiNETWORK HSPA/WCDMA: Europe/Asia: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz LTE: EU: 800/1800/2600 MHz US (AT&T): 700/850/AWS/1900 MHz US (TMO): 700/AWS MHz US (Sprint): 1900 MHz Asia: 1800/2600 MHzCONNECTIVITY 3.5 mm stereo audio jack NFC capable3 Compliant with Bluetooth 4.0 Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX™ enabled Wi‐Fi®: IEEE 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n DLNA® for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer HTC Connect Miracast wireless display standard Support consumer infrared remote control micro‐USB 2.0 (5‐pin) port with mobile high‐definition video link (MHL) for USB or HDMI connection (Special cable required for HDMI connection.)
Specification SIZE: 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm WEIGHT:143g DISPLAY: 4.7inch, Full HD 1080p, 468ppiSOUND HTC BoomSound™ENHANCEMENT Dual frontal stereo speakers with built‐in amplifiers Studio‐quality sound with Beats Audio™ HDR Microphone Sense VoiceCAMERA HTC UltraPixel Camera BSI sensor, Pixel size 2.0 µm, Sensor size 1/3 Dedicated HTC ImageChip™ 2 F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) Smart Flash: Five levels of flash automatically set by distance to subject Front Camera: 2.1 MP, 880 wide angle lens with HDR capability 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR Video HTC Zoe™ with Sequence Shot, Always Smile and Object Removal Gallery with Video Highlights and HTC Share Continuous shooting and VideoPic Slow motion video recording with variable speed playbackMULTIMEDIA 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
Specification SIZE: 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm WEIGHT:143g DISPLAY: 4.7inch, Full HD 1080p, 468ppiBATTERY EMBEDDED RECHARGEABLE LI‐POLYMER BATTERY CAPACITY : 2300 MAHAC ADAPTER VOLTAGE RANGE/FREQUENCY: 100 ~ 240 V AC, 50/60 HZ DC OUTPUT: 5 V AND 1 A