Games like Angry Birds and Words With Friends also look terrific on the HTC One Remix, and the phone's touchscreen functions flawlessly with just the right amount of sensitivity. Text in articles and messages looks sharp and clear, making it easy to read, even for Kindle books.
The HTC One Remix really becomes a standout with its camera, and not just because of its 13 MP AF with LED flash plus 1080p HD camcorder and 5 MP front facing camera, also with full HD video recording.
As a rather non-photogenic person, the HTC One Remix's photo enhancement features piqued my interest. The anti-shine effect did a fantastic job. After de-shining myself and using the face contouring and skin smoothing effects, a couple of not-so-great photos of me actually looked pretty good. The eye enhancing and brightening effects made me look like a zombie, but the red eye reduction could come in handy if you often take pictures that look great except for the glowing red eyeballs of your subjects.
The front-facing camera also has a brief timer for you to prepare for the photo, with an onscreen countdown. The device automatically organizes pictures taken around the same time into slide shows, complete with music, using HTC Zoe. By the way, the phone takes exceptional photos, too, with nice color saturation and sharp definition.