HTC announced its new smartphone and tablet series, the One. With the new brand name three smartphones were released- One S, One X and One V. All the devices under the One brand name will have three features in focus- imaging, beats audio integration and great design. The One series smartphones will no longer have aliases when released under different carriers. They will be named as they are named originally.
HTC One X
The HTC One X takes a leaf from the unibody design in several products such as the Macbook Pro and Nokia’s Lumia sets with its white polycarbonate body and the Gorilla Glass on the screen. It has an amazing 4.7-inch 720p Super LCD display. Underneath it houses a quad-core Tegra 3 chip (Global edition) or a Snapdragon S4(LTE) chip. Moreover it has 1GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Now that Dropbox has been integrated into HTC Sense 4, it offers storage of 25 GB on the cloud for 2 years at no extra cost. It has an 8 MP camera at the back which supports 1080p video recording and a 1.3 MP camera at the front with 720p video recording. It also uses an ImageChip silicon to help take clearer shots in low-light conditions. It also has an LED flash with 5 levels of brightness. It lacks in the battery segment with its 1800mAh battery which is locked inside and there is no slot for your memory card too. But anyway it has a great design and looks fantastic. And, by the way its codename is Endeavour.
HTC One S
HTC One S is codenamed as Ville and similar to the One X, it also packs a dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip but has a 4.3-inch SuperAMOLED screen. Its distinguishing feature is its uniformly thin alloy unibody which is made by a plasma-heated micro arc oxidation process which gives the aluminium body a smooth and tough, scratch-resistant finish. It has the similar camera hardware as on the One X and yes, it will run ICS with an HTC Sense 4 overlay.
HTC One V
The One V is codenamed as Primo and has a blackish-gray aluminium unibody with a 3.7-inch WVGA LCD display. It has a prominent butt which was seen in the Hero earlier though it does not have any use. Though the exact specs are unknown but we guess it would have a 1GHz single core chip buffered by 512 MB of RAM. It has 4 GB of memory inside but it does have a memory card slot and 25 GB of free storage in Dropbox’s cloud. It has a 5 MP camera at the back and none in the front. This clearly shows that the One V is aimed to be an economical product of the HTC One brand.