Built from a one-piece all-aluminum case, the new HTC One is equipped with a Full HD (1,080 p) of 4.7 inches.
HTC chose the Qualcomm 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 for the device’s processor.
Measuring 9.3 mm and weighing 143 grams, the handset is powered by Jelly Bean, the latest version of the Android operating system, and the latest 4G technologies.
Other specs include a 2,300mAh Li-polymer battery, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and 32GB or 64GB of storage.
The handset comes with a 2.1-megapixel camera with 88-degree wide-angle lens capable of 1080p video.
HTC also presented three new features and services – BlinkFeed, Zoe and Boom Sound.
Its audio technology, the Boom Sound, takes advantage of the double front stereo speakers, whose objective is to improve the user experience when listening to music or watching videos.
The photo sensor offers an opening called UltraPixel f/2.0 and will be connected to the service called Zoe, which allows you to capture short videos with the ability to edit and share them on a dedicated platform.
BlinkFeed resembles a content aggregator: various news sources (websites and social networks) presented in an interface composed of large squares and rectangles for better reading.