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HTC shows off some images taken by the HTC One

05 March, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
HTC shows off some images taken by the HTC One - read the full textBefore Nokia took the stage and wowed everyone with the Nokia 808 PureView and its 41 megapixel sensor, it was HTC that had impressed everyone with the new cameras on its One-series devices. These new phones from HTC have what they call ImageSense, which is not just one feature but a whole bunch of...


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i see there are many htc fans who are offended....any HTC was one of the first wireless telecomm devs and know it and just shut up

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  • 2012-06-11 18:38
  • Kht0

very very nice.......

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  • 2012-03-21 07:27
  • JEiC

> In reply to Paul @ 2012-03-06 20:11 from H5I2 - click to readI take it that you have never herd of beats audio before ? for con you posibly compare ?....they haven even produced a duel core....never mind quad core....its like comparing an extremely over priced $450 000 fiat uno to a
$440 000 ferrari Enzo, the sony bieng the fiat do you compare ?

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  • 2012-03-08 15:58
  • NrNY

very nice.........

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  • 2012-03-07 06:17
  • tUdx

> In reply to Fongy @ 2012-03-05 17:45 from GjjS - click to readHahaha, now that was fuckin awesome answer for all nokia lovers
i've been using android smarphone for almost 1.5years now and addicted to its technology. I never have to wait to reach home or office to do my stuff on pc like this guy must have posted his comment from his pc, I do almost everything on my phone. Only google and apple know the use of a smartphone not just a phone. Get a seperate camera if you like clicking photos

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  • 2012-03-06 23:37
  • 2CU7

Once again a HTC phone with tinny video recording sound, comared with motorola, Samsung & sony. HTC just have no idea how to encode sound or buy cheap microphones.

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  • 2012-03-06 20:11
  • H5I2

> In reply to Ren @ 2012-03-06 06:29 from T6r} - click to readi saw a video in youtube where they compare the hdr in htc one x vs iphone 4..... and the htc was way better..

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  • 2012-03-06 18:55
  • PS6w

> In reply to MdN @ 2012-03-06 02:45 from Mtr9 - click to readNo, you cannot do most of the things he mentioned on the 808 or on ANY Nokia phone for that matter. I don't know if you have ever owned a smartphone before, but we need those features (most of them) EXACTLY because we have a life, not the other way around.

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  • 2012-03-06 12:58
  • 3PFG

> In reply to MdN @ 2012-03-06 02:45 from Mtr9 - click to readLOL, deep comment, well thought out, didn't realise we were in a playground... watch out someone doesn't steal your sandwiches...

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  • 2012-03-06 11:46
  • GjjS

any smartphones capable of HDR? i know some iphone apps but not good ones...

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  • 2012-03-06 06:29
  • T6r}

> In reply to MobileSec @ 2012-03-05 20:15 from 0Cmf - click to readIt's "quietly brilliant". :-P

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  • 2012-03-06 02:46
  • Mtr9

> In reply to Fongy @ 2012-03-05 17:45 from GjjS - click to readYou can do most of the things you named on 808 just as well. It's just that some of us have a life and don't need them.

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  • 2012-03-06 02:45
  • Mtr9

i agree with gsmarena, htc please remove those filters...

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  • 2012-03-05 21:06
  • LHfB

I donít know why the people comparing this monster with a garbage 808. 808 with 360 x 640 pixels is a pure joke.

I love this monster. Iím jealous with this lovely phone. Because I still love my Sensation.

HTC quality brilliant!

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  • 2012-03-05 20:15
  • 0Cmf

I personally think its pretty. Mine's a desire HD and it also shots better than the iPhone my siblings have. It's great for 8MP camera. And hey that's a phone not a Digital camera, so give it a shot!

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  • 2012-03-05 19:53
  • w0QN

the images are looking good but seem to have a lot of noise from high iso. F/2.0 is good at low light but unless its focus well on the subject. but some of images hardly focus well

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  • 2012-03-05 17:48
  • 693E

> In reply to rfxrlz @ 2012-03-05 17:09 from 8xmB - click to readI think you're the one doing the ranting, but let's break down what you say...

"The 808 is by far the greatest device released in these years, what are you ranting about?"

I'm not sure millions of people who have bought iphones, galaxys, xperias, etc. would agree there...

"You use the phone for what it is, not for an update that may come 2 years from now, bringing you a slower UI, and 3 app widgets more."

That was probably true a few years ago, but now phones are used for so much more (probably why Nokia has added a camera to it)

"You use to make calls, send sms, organize your contacts, take photos, and ocassionally browse the web."

YOU might only do that with it, but millions do a lot more... a heck of a lot more, mine is a remote control for Sonos at home, it's a Sky+ recorder, it's a personal organiser, it's a document editor, it's a radio, music player, camera, photo editor, you get the picture...

"WTF do I need apps for? I mean, seriously. I've only seen crappy apps that make fart noises (thousands of them), that turn your phone to a flashlight (put the display white), and all crap like that. Seriously? Are people all over these kind of things?"

You've obviously only looked at the Ovi store... that's probably the lamest generalisation EVER... take a look at Apple's app store, or Google's market... there are films, games, apps, music, productivity solutions, etc. etc. not a fart noise app in sight (unless you're specifically looking for them?) over a billion downloads I'd say prove you wrong here...

"Gimme good hardware like this and I can snap some awesome videos and photos, and use my phone for what it is. A phone. "

Using your phone, for what it is? A phone or a camera? ;)

You see, phones aren't 'just phones' anymore, and the argument that apps are just pointless glasses of beer, etc. are looooong gone... Phones are linked to Facebook, Twitter, PCs, navigation (how many times I've used actual navigation on it - amazing), it's a personal organiser, and there are SO MANY MORE things that people use it for...

And that's my point... you're sacrificing all of this for a half-decent camera... on a screen you can't even appreciate these photos on... when this technology moves on to Lumia, then it'll be a different ball game, but as it stands, I think the 808 is a great marketing tool for the technology, but not as a realistic handset...

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  • 2012-03-05 17:45
  • GjjS

> In reply to Fongy @ 2012-03-05 17:17 from GjjS - click to readactually I really love symbian phone... So I'd rather wait symbian carla eventhough there is not many apps can install on this platform...

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  • 2012-03-05 17:29
  • XMiw

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-03-05 17:02 from IVWa - click to readI, personally can't wait until that happens (likely next year) - not only will Winmo be a little bit more mature (hopefully not throttling specs as much and a little bit more functional) - but it'll pose a real alternative to iOS / Android... I think 2013 MWC will be very interesting!! :)

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  • 2012-03-05 17:17
  • GjjS

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2012-03-05 17:02 from IVWa - click to readWell, Android "fanboys" dislike WP7 and Symbian almost equally, for legit reasons to be fair.

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  • 2012-03-05 17:13
  • 3ZH5

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