HTC One Series Unveiled

[Techtaffy Newsdesk] 

BARCELONA, SPAIN – Mobile World Congress

HTC has unveiled its new HTC One series of smartphones. The HTC One series integrates Android 4.0 (Ice cream Sandwich) with HTC Sense 4, introducing HTC ImageSense, a new suite of camera and imaging features. The HTC One Series includes the HTC One X, the HTC One S, and the HTC One V.

ImageSense includes a new lens, sensor, software, and a new custom HTC ImageChip. HTC One reduces the time it takes to capture  pictures – in just 0.7 seconds you’re able to take a shot, and a superfast 0.2-seconds autofocus. Continuous shots are taken by holding the shutter button.

With Video Pic you capture a photo and shoot video at the same time.  Now, while you’re shooting HD video, all you have to do is tap the shutter button and it snaps a high-resolution still photo while the video continues to shoot.  You are also able to capture a photo frame from a previously recorded video.

With HTC One, Beats By Dr. Dre Audio integration is enabled. HTC One also lets you take your music anywhere, including the car with the HTC Car Stereo Clip.

In the North Americas, the HTC One series will be available with AT&T, Bell Mobility, Best Buy, C-Spire, Cellcom, Fido, Metro PCS, Bluegrass, OpenMobile, RadioShack, Rogers Communications, T-Mobile USA, Target, TELUS, U.S. Cellular, Virgin Mobile, and Virgin Mobile Canada.

The HTC One series will begin shipping in April.

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