HTC at Mobile World Congress yesterday unveiled their new range of Android smartphones. The new range is known as One Series that emphasizes on a refreshing design along with improved camera and audio experience. The new phones now have ImageSense technology that is a result of the custom designed ImageChip. With ImageSense, phones will be able to capture photos in just 0.7 seconds, improve picture quality is low-light areas, concurrent video and still picture taking capability and improved sharing with Dropbox chipping in to give 25GB of free storage for two years.
On the audio front, the One Series comes with Beats audio tech integration that ensures topnotch audio reproduction whether you’re watching a clip on YouTube or listening to music.
The first three phones under this series are affordable One V, One S and One X. One V is the cheapest off the lot that adopts a unibody design and features a 3.7-inch WVGA display, 1GHz CPU, Android 4.0 OS, 5MP camera with 720p HD video recording and more.
Moving up the ladder is HTC One S. It also runs Android 4.0 and features Qualcomm Snapdragon’s S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch AMOLED display (960×540) with Corning Gorilla glass, 8MP camera, full HD recording etc. One S features a unibody design but boasts an ultra-matte Ceramic Metal surface that makes the anodized aluminum four times harder.
Finally, it’s the One X that sits at the top of the One series. It is powered by Nvidia’s fastest Tegra 3 quad-core 4-PLUS-1 1.5GHz processor and has a 720p HD display, 8MP camera supporting full HD video recording, 1.3MP front-facing 720p camera and 1800mAh battery.
All the phones will launch from April.