Confirmed: The HTC One S Packs One Hell of A Punch
The HTC One S comes out with a bang and leads the new flagship line from HTC. This rocket powered smartphone could leave many hardcore iPhoners awestruck with jealousy. Out-of-the-box and slim, the HTC One S measures a 7.95mm (.31 inches) thick, operating at blazing HSPA+ 42 data speeds.
And to add to the mix, you have a visually stunning a 4.3 inch qHD (960-by-540-pixel) Super AMOLED display; making video chatting and web browsing easier on the eyes.
Based on Cellular Firm sources, the phone will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), which is huge and could serve as the deal breaker for today’s already high-paced market.
It will also feature HTC Sense 4.0, a custom user interface overlay and sync service, specifically designed for integration with the equipped security service of ICS. It will also vastly improve on Android’s Microsoft Exchange integration; adding a new task sync feature for smoother operation.
For those multi-media heads and avid photographers, one of the best features of the HTC One S is the built-in high flying camera. Unheard of on a smartphone, the 8-megapixel sensor introduces a whole lot of f-stop, opening up at f 2.0 for increased low light image quality. Add an image processing chip to boot, dedicated to image stabilization (IS) and you got yourself one serious contender. Plenty to keep any smartphone photographer giddy for the next click.
The camera also delivers a 1080p high-definition video capability at a blazing 60 frames per second giving you the freedom of slow-motion playback crucial for those memorable moments with friends and family.
If you’re a music fanatic, the HTC One S comes loaded with Google Music along with latest version of Beats Audio; integrating sound seamlessly while gaming or watching movies.
The specs list remains hush-hush, but Cellular Firm confirms a speedy 1.5GHz, and dual-core Qualcomm Snapdrago S4 processor.
Release date set for as early as Spring, heads up Apple, this one’s a douzy.
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