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More specs and software features detailed in all new HTC One sell sheet

More specs and software features detailed in all new HTC One sell sheet

Following the leaked brochure for the all new HTC One, GSM Arena has gotten its hands on a sell sheet and more spec details for HTC’s upcoming phone. The handset’s spec sheet confirms that the all new HTC One will sport a 5-inch 1080p display, 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chip, 16GB of internal storage (10GB accessible to users) with a microSD card slot, nanoSIM slot and a 2,600 mAh battery all wrapped up in a unibody aluminum chassis which measures 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35mm and weighs in at 160 grams. The Ultrapixel camera will have the same 1/3.0-inch, f/2.0 aperture, 2µm pixel size as last year’s HTC One, but it’s still unclear how many megapixels the rear Duo camera will offer.

We’ll let you read through the sell sheet on your own, but we wanted to pull out a few of the highlights. In addition to double tap to wake, the HTC Sense 6 software on the all new HTC One will turn the display on with simply swipe to display BlinkFeed or your favorite apps.

What other new software features do you think HTC will include in the new version of Sense on the all new HTC One?

All new HTC One specs

  • Screen: 5-inch 1080p
  • CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, 2.3GHz
  • Storage: 16GB (10GB available) + microSD
  • Battery: 2,600mAh
  • Cameras: “Ultrapixel” 1/3.0-inch, f/2.0 aperture, 2µm pixel size, 1080p video capture
  • Front camera: 5MP
  • Dimensions: 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35mm
  • Weight: 160 grams
  • SIM: nanoSIM

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Source: GSM Arena

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.

  • DC

    Will any of the ‘easy Control’ features make it to the 2013 One?

  • N345H

    That is one small as battery. A little bit disappointed with that, everything else is great

  • Nadir

    the SIM section in specs is duplicated, please edit that)

  • Greg

    2600 mAh are they kiddin?? And ofc the 16 gigabyte it’s kinda sad too…

  • Aleksandar

    Hey di**w*ts, read. Phone will have 16/32 and 64 GB options + microSD. Battery isnt small, its just right actually. Snapdragon 800 uses less power than 600.. so ive heard. Plus if the battery was bigger, it’d take more time to charge.

  • Jeans

    I think is not as good looking as M7 but hey need to have it in my hand to say that.

    Always on it should be domain of Snapdragon S800. I wish also have DAC to play flacs 24/192 out of the box.

    Heard the same about S800 that uses less than S600 but also know is nothing for free on this planet. No super performance without energy like cars etc. No lifting heavy weight after weak breakfast.

    Can be only better algorythm to manage processor I mean lower mhz to do tasks. And keep it that way. I repeat no performance without turbo.

    Saab lover.

  • todd

    Terrible if they can’t include 32 GB on a high end phone, all those idiots who complain about SD card slots have their way now. 10GB available without an SD card is a step backward for a high end phone like this. Tut Tut.

    • ranger67

      If I’m reading this right, it will have 16gb minimum internal along with microsd, however, does anyone know which OS version it will have? I have a Samsung GS4 which just got upgraded to 4.4 and I can no longer use the microsd like I’m used to. In 4.4 google is pushing for the microsd to locked down in an odd way. If they implement what google is suggesting, 3rd party applications will not be able to write to the sd except for a single directory that each app can request and have dedicated to it. In my case, this affects me as I have a server setup at home and transferred files (Music, Audiobooks, Videos) to my phone’s SD via web or ssh protocols. Since the upgrade neither the ssh app (andftp) or my web browser can write these files directly to the sd card. I can write to internal memory, but neither the supplied file manager, Astro file manager, or ES file manager can move the file to the sd card. I literally have to shutdown and remove the sd card so that I can use one of my home computers to manage information on the card. This really stinks as I used to manage everything real time from anywhere. Now I have to be at home.

      Anyway, I moved to Samsung because HTC was removing microsd’s. If they have put them back and not restricted access, I will move back to HTC. Hopefully someone can help.

    • Jeans

      Well all costs moved to customer.

      I have 64Gb class I card from my Htc Sensation Xe it wasnt cheap at that time.

      I was glag to have 64Gb in Htc One X+ as no need to spend extra money.

      Have a little test around most of these people who opted for Samsung as is card I ask them do you have card.
      -O no I didnt buy it yet.

      Or – Yes I have! You ask what size and is 8Gb.

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