It boasts a metal unibody with a 4.7 inch display protected by HTC's Infinity Glass, a 1.7 GHz processor, the Beats Audio sound system, runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), has 32 or 64 GB of storage and introduces some new features.
The new HTC UltraPixel Camera, part of HTC Zoe, is included on the One and takes 20 photos and shoots a three second video at the same time and shoots video up to 1080p.
HTC also upgraded it's sound quality with it's new BoomSound. The phone comes with dual stereo speakers in the front with built-in amplifiers for enjoying music, videos, games YouTube and anything else that uses sound.
HTC Sense Voice also boosts the caller's voice while limiting surrounding noise for better call clarity.
Another new feature is HTC BlinkFeed, a live stream of updates from social networks, news, and sports and entertainment right on the home screen.
BlinkFeed looks to grab users from going to apps for updates and HTC has teamed up with over 1,400 content partners, including AOL's family of companies like the Huffington Post and TechCrunch, the Associated Press, ESPN, MTV and more to bring their content to the home screen.
With all of these new features the One has to offer, HTC looks to have a powerhouse phone in the Android market. The HTC One will be available for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, beginning in March.
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