Though the launched date of the HTC One has once again been delayed since the shortages throughout April, we have already seen from every aspect that the HTC One is really a splendid new smartphone model which drags people into reveries. The HTC One is a brand new Android flagship set to be widely released by HTC in April, 2013, serving as a successor of the One X+. As HTC’s new flagship smartphone, the HTC One is packed to the rafters with top-notch components and technologies including some of the latest processing gear Qualcomm can muster.
HTC One combines stunning design, a supreme screen and explosive power to offer one of the best smartphones around. Although HTC has developed several notable Android devices (such as the Dream, the first ever Android phone, the HTC Evo 4G, the first 4G phone on Sprint’s WiMAX network), it has struggled financially in recent years due to the growing success of (and loss of market share to) other vendors such as Samsung and Apple. Now, let’s look at the detailed spec of this great gadget.
Enjoy Your Favorite Videos with HTC One Freely
The HTC One got a full HD screen crammed into 4.7-inches, which brings a 468ppi – well above what’s needed for the eye to discern, but it does definitely bring sumptuous sharpness throughout the use of the phone. In addition, it sports a dual frontal stereo speakers powered by built-in amplifiers deliver bigger sound with less distortion and more detail. Since that, the HTC One is also an outstanding multimedia player for enjoying movies indoors and outdoors.
However, as HTC One is in nature an Android device, which has limitation on playing multimedia files, say it only supports audios in .aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav and .wma format, and video formats of .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv and .avi. For this reason, many videos in other file formats like .mov, .mkv, etc. are not playable by the HTC One either for the audio or video incompatibility. That’s totally a waste of…