HTC One with 1.7GHz quad core CPU, 2GB RAM, NFC comes to India for Rs 42,900

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    This is without doubt set to beat its competitor in the market. HTC One with 1.7GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB RAM and NFC comes to India for Rs 42,900

    HTC One is finally set to be launched in the Indian market within the next few days. At least two leading online retailing companies are showing the handset for pre-order. The handset already launched in much of the world has been priced rather very high at around Rs 43000.

    HTC always prices its handsets at a premium over other Android handsets from other companies including Korean smartphone giant Samsung. I am always amazed why they always price their products so much high. Its last generation handset HTC Butterfly that comes with pretty the same specifications of Samsung Galaxy S3 is still priced at a sky-high price tag of Rs 42000 while Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is available in the market for just Rs 27000.

    But despite a bit higher price for Taiwanese smart phone giant’s latest flagship handset HTC One, this still beats all the other smartphones available in the market including Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5 and Sony Xperia Z. analysts across the world are of the view that this handset beats its competitors hands down. The handset comes with everything that is best and trend setter. Its metallic body is without doubt the best in its class and beats even iPhone 5 in beauty and design. Samsung’s bosses have been so much impressed with the beautiful design and sturdy body of HTC One that they have also decided to launch their top handsets in future in metallic body. The body itself creates a sort of enthusiasm in the eyes of the buyer that this handset is going to last for a long time. Smartphones these days come with such huge price tags that  a buyer should be sure that it is going to last for years and would not be broken if it falls from his hands.

    HTC’s latest flagship has many advantages over its rivals. And to be true there is huge difference between Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One when it comes to their build quality. A Cnet report while discussing this very same issue says, “Samsung seems a little jealous of the HTC One. That’s according to a source who’s told SamMobile the Korean company has seen its rival’s design and build quality, and is “worried” the Galaxy S4 doesn’t measure up…It’s the HTC One’s aluminium body that’s got Samsung green with envy, not its Sense 5 user interface. Samsung even produced an all-metal Galaxy S4 which was very popular within the company, the source says, but didn’t launch it to avoid any delays”.

    When it comes to specifications, this comes with right size and the best specs. HTC One of a 4.7- inch display with 1920×1080 pixels of resolution at a density of 468 pixels per inch, which is equal to resolution you find on a 50- inch television set. The device is embedded with two large front- faced stereo speakers which emits sound that is louder and clearer than any laptop or tablet available. The device has built- in IR blaster that allows you to use your phone as a universal remote control for your TV or DVD player or home theatre etc. the phone also has a TV app that comes with a setup wizard which makes it easier to connect your phone to your TV, cable box and home theatre. The handset is very powerful and beats its competitors hands down. The HTC One runs on 1.7GHz, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 2GB of RAM, an NFC chip, Bluetooth 4.0, and have LTE connectivity. The phone displays a Corning Gorilla Glass 2 which makes it more resistant to scratches and also durable.

    HTC is turning out to be very innovative and doesn’t just follows the herd when it comes to its smartphones. HTC has used an incredibly innovative camera technology called the UltraPixel with a 4MP sensor in it. It has made great news, indeed, and tech market is quite frenzy to find the device coming out of cover. HTC has used the innovative UltraPixel technology for its flagship’s rear camera. It is really a new technology that makes sensible use of pixels and sensor so that quality images will be produced even if the camera has less megapixels (4MP). With UltraPixel, HTC has meant that pixels on its flagship’s sensor are larger. So finally Indian smartphone lovers will have to look at another great handset other than Galaxy S4.