All eyes in the mobile phone industry are currently on the HTC One, the latest flagship device from the Taiwanese manufacturer which was unveiled last week. It seems that the device was able to live up to expectations from rumours that emerged before its launch.
The phone was subjected to a lot of changes in terms of appearance, as well. Before, the general design of devices from HTC was somewhat generic, but the HTC One is a different story as it stands out easily from the rest. The phone looks quite similar to the Apple iPhone 5 in terms of its shape. Its physical build and external features also seem to be of high quality because of the aluminium unibody design and brushed aluminium finish. This made another first for HTC since it launched HTC Legend in 2010, which also had an aluminium unibody. Visit our website to learn more about the HTC One and find the cheapest HTC One deals from EE.
The phone is packed with very impressive features like a 4.7 inch LCD3 display with 1080p full HD resolution, 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, 4 ‘UltraPixel’ camera, LTE connectivity, HTC Sense 5 UI and the latest Android Jellybean operating system although it will no doubt be updated to a newer version before too long.
The HTC One was announced recently but every network in the UK is already offering pre-orders for buyers on pay monthly contract deals. EE, the first network to provide 4G coverage in the UK, is now the latest network to offer pre-order for the HTC One, offering the phone at a starting price of £31.00 each month and an upfront fee of £129 intended for the device, following the generic pricing structure for all LTE enabled devices.
As the 4G coverage in UK expands, many users will definitely benefit from the faster browsing speeds of the HTC One. What are your first impressions of the device? Do you plan to get your hands on the HTC One, or will you choose a different phone? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment.