On Tuesday morning, HTC unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Android Jelly Bean-powered HTC One.
Presented during simultaneous media events in both New York City and London, HTC levied high praise on its 4.7-inch smartphone, which delivers a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor.
The smartphone also raises to the forefront a concept called “ultrapixels” which delivers an exceptionally crisp, clear image capturing capability through the device’s camera.
“With dual audio speakers, a new Beats Audio feature in BoomSound, and a rebooted version of the HTC Sense interface layer that includes a new element called Blink, and an IR blaster to act as a TV remote, the HTC One certainly packs some interesting extras,” says Jessica Dolcourt of CNET.
The HTC One will set you back $199.99 for the 32GB version and $299.99 for the 64GB version. The new smartphones are expected to appear in the U.S. next month. They will be available for T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint.