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HTC Source | February 24, 2018

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HTC One official promo video shows off HTC Zoe, BlinkFeed and BoomSound

HTC One official promo video shows off HTC Zoe, BlinkFeed and BoomSound

Based on all the traffic the site’s been getting these past few days, you guys simply can’t get enough HTC One news. While there’s no new information about the device in this post, the video below is the first promotional video for HTC’s new flagship Android phone.

The clip highlights the HTC One’s gapless aluminum design, HTC BlinkFeed, HTC BoomSound (we still can’t believe that HTC came up with a Trade mark name of its front-facing stereo speakers) and HTC Zoe. The video doesn’t really show anything we haven’t seen in HTC’s official Introducing the HTC One video which they posted last week, but it’s nice to see that they are looking at different ways of showing off the device to consumers.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think. What does HTC need to do in order to show off the true power of the HTC One?

Thanks to feres13 for the tip.

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.


  1. DonIsGood

    Employ the advertising company that promotes Apple products, or have dedicate videos to drill on each each feature individually… And speak in non-technical term.

  2. Shelley

    Advertise advertise advetise.
    Hope Best Buys and all the carriers promote the heck out of this dream machine.

  3. Eric

    That ad shows off nothing to people who don’t know these products already. what is Zoe? What is Boomsound? They need to make an ad with just Zoe demos. It’s simple, cheap, and effective. I think Zoe is by far the easiest feature to show off.

  4. JWB

    Why do HTC produce great devices but keep failing in marketing department? I follow comments from Eric, … what is beyond those funcy names?