It’s clear that HTC needs a homerun badly. Once one of the platform’s forerunners, it hasn’t been a major part of the Android conversation in quite some time. Will that change, now that the company has officially unveiled its new HTC One? Well, some early hands-on impressions have gone out in advance of upcoming reviews, and while the tech journos and bloggers have had cautiously positive things to say about the handset so far, reader reactions have been mixed.
Scouring the webs, we noticed a few comments that seem to come up repeatedly. Do they match your own impressions? Hit the poll and let us know if you think HTC nailed it with the One, or if any of these reader reactions echo your own. And if you have any other concerns, be sure to deposit them down below in the comments.
You can worry all you want about specs, the number of megapixels and the density of a screen, but what ultimately matters is the experience. How does a phone improve your life, make communicating with the people you care about most easier? With the HTC One, the company covered what is by now becoming the […]
The floor was packed at HTC’s One event this morning, but we managed to throw a few elbows to get up to a device for a quick video walk-through. We briefly discuss some of the One’s standout features, including the Ultrapixel camera and Zoe, a brief look at the new Sense 5 user interface with BlinkFeed, the […]
HTC announced the One today, its brand new flagship. We already offered up our initial impressions in our first hands-on, but we figured we’d bring you another quick gallery showing off the chops of the black model. We prefer the silver version, it looks and feels like a much more premium phone, and the black […]