This is the second year in a row that HTC has stuck with Ultrapixel cameras in its flagships. This tech allows for much bigger pixels to absorb more light in low light situations, creating better photos. But it sacrifices resolution, taking photos at only 4 megapixels. Many people have complained about the low resolution and ... Read More »
HTC has placed a major focus on camera tech with its past two flagship smartphones. The original HTC One (M7) brought with it an UltraPixel camera that placed an importance on low-light performance rather than a high megapixel count. Then the One (M8) came along packing a Duo Camera ... Read More »
We know almost everything there is to know about the successor to the HTC One, also called the HTC One. Pretty much all the info we could want has been leaked out, including photos, specs and even walkthroughs of the hardware and software. However, the camera has stayed somewhat mysterious… until now.
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Another week – another official all new HTC One teaser video directly from HTC. The third installment of HTC’s “Technical Translations” series gives us the lowdown on the Ultrapixel camera sensor with its 2.0 micrometer pixels that HTC crammed inside the 2013 HTC One. Once the technical mumbo jumbo is translated into layman’s terms, ... Read More »
This past weekend, a leaked image gave us a glimpse at what may be the HTC M8′s on-screen navigation buttons. Today we’re turning our attention to the M8′s backside, because a new photo has made its way online that claims to show the rear of the next HTC flagship, complete ... Read More »
As you might imagine, we couldn’t do a series on the perfect Nexus phone without talking about the camera. Camera technology on smartphones has come a long way since the HTC-made T-Mobile G1 hit the market. Digital imaging sensors have shrunk while boosting the number of pixels they are able to capture. There’s no ... Read More »
HTC’s “quietly brilliant” tagline has sevred the company well over the years, but HTC’s new chief marketing officer, Benjamin Ho, thinks it’s time for things to change. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Ho revealed that HTC will be retiring the company tagline and changing its marketing strategy by cranking up the volume.
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