We have seen Alvin and CJ already provide their thoughts on the HTC One, but what about from a completely different perspective? Perhaps from the perspective of someone who is very critical of Android? Here’s where I come in.
There was something about the One though, that really made me go gaga! So when Telstra reached out to me a few weeks back, giving me the chance to play around with the device a bit more, and put some thoughts to paper (so to speak), I jumped at the opportunity.
Moving away from the design, lets look at the actual hardware of this thing. The HTC One has a gorgeous 4.7″ 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 600 clocking in at 1.7 GHz and a pretty large 32GB internal storage. (There are 64GB variants floating around). Powering all this though, is 2GB RAM and a huge 2300mAh battery, to keep you going all day long.
Simply enter Zoe mode, and take a photo. The One will record a few second of video, that can be used later to create a perfect shot. If you like sports, you can blend a few frames into one and achieve a layered effect of the motion. If you’re more about making sure nobody has ‘photobombed’ you, there is an object removal feature that allows you to remove the cheeky person. Finally, if highlight reels are more your thing, HTC Zoe has the ability to create Highlights on the fly, with custom filters. It truly enhances the photographic experience when using this phone.