I love the HTC One, but when I compare the photo's to my older HTC One X, they don't cut it. I sure hope they can fix it with the next software upgrade.
Sunny , 14 Jun 2013To be Honest I have Nokia LUMIA 920, camera is lot better than MY HTC ONE. Ive tried the Camer... moreLet me share with you a true story, Sunny, for what has happened to my HTC One. Few weeks ago I took my family to a fancy restaurant for diner and luckily we came across with a birthday party of the restaurant owner. After finishing the diner, the cakes were quickly displayed to the table, and then I saw a lot of phones were taken out to catch that particular moment. The owner of restaurant then started to take pictures with her family and friends, the first group jumped to her side was her husband and the couple of her sister, she then handed out her phone which I saw very well it was with the mark of Samsung to one of their friends to make a shot for them, however, after waited for quite a long time, I saw the guy was having a problem to make a shot, and asking for moving to a brighter location to try again. Viewing the situation is getting embarrassing that long line have been already waiting for taking a picture with the birthday star, I offered a help to try with my phone. With their consent, I stepped forward to a proper position and snapped the shot for less than 1 second, without using the HDR mode, or flash, the pictures looked really amazing, and awesome. I didn’t try to bash anyone there, so I showed the pictures only to the owner of the restaurant, but after seeing the pictures, she said to her husband, I told you to get me One, and you got me a GS4, and now look what a good job you have done for me. Then, I heard a guy on my back asked for a look to my phone and said he was expecting his pre-older to come in few days.
Every day when I log in to this forum, I see one or two guys claiming his/her Nokia Lumia 9XX has a better camera. I have never used Lumia before, nor to all of my friends, so I can't give any comment for that, but all I want to ask is do you feel proud of your phone?
Anatoly Y., 14 Jun 2013Ty G., dude... maybe you have a One X with 8 mp... :))) Everyone, stop fighting, check the cam... moreI have an HTC One, that's why I'm posting in this thread.. again, this is HTC One "user and opinion reviews" thread, not for One X+, S3, or some other phone..
Well i'm not the kind. Who cares about reviewing phones, and posting my opinion, but this phone is awsome ,get it you wont regret it ...
Ty G., dude... maybe you have a One X with 8 mp... :))) Everyone, stop fighting, check the camera samples here on gsmarena!!! Compare the One with S3 for example and scale them both to 3mp, so it's an equal resolution. It's clear the S3 takes better photos. After you do that, I would like to see your responses. Please tell me the reason why the S3 photo looks better! Please do! I am very curios what your opinions are.
Sam, 14 Jun 2013I really like HTC phones,currently using their One V (which has been very loyal to me so far)i... moreif you'll just post pics on FB, the HTC One camera is more than sufficient.. if you'll pixel peep, enlarge your photos for other purposes, other smartphones wont satisfy you either.. i take lots of pics as well, the HTC One is more than capable especially in low light.. if i want pro quality pics, i'll use a "bridge" cam or dslr
Savory, 13 Jun 2013Oh yes its normal.you can see it on you tube htc one ui demo,on you tubeOk... I was really concerned about earlier reported issues... Thanks for clearing things up.. :)
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2013No usb otg USB OTG is there but for using it you should use a third party file manager. I'm currently using Astro file manager and it does all the tricks for me.... ;)
jzac, 14 Jun 2013It's doubtful are you own a HTC One. Look at this, http://www.technobuffalo.com/2013/04/0... moreYes Iam!!! I have it with me right now. The problem is i dont know how to put an attachment on this post so that i can show you the picture i have taken.
Compare , 14 Jun 2013Camera results camparison between LUMIA 920 and HTC ONE. LUMIA 920 has a very VIVID color and ... moreIt's doubtful are you own a HTC One. Look at this,
Some photos Lumia 920 produced vivid colours, but details wise HTC One is good. Last moth I have firmware update HTC One, after that camera is even more perfect.
Camera results camparison between LUMIA 920 and HTC ONE. LUMIA 920 has a very VIVID color and Details while HTC ONE has a fail color and detals are not so emphazied
Sam, 14 Jun 2013I really like HTC phones,currently using their One V (which has been very loyal to me so far)i... moreTo be Honest I have Nokia LUMIA 920, camera is lot better than MY HTC ONE. Ive tried the Camera of S4 and XPERIA Z their camera is also way better than this HTC ONE. Infact I regret so much why I puchased this Handset.
I really like HTC phones,currently using their One V (which has been very loyal to me so far)interested in this one,but i've heard from many people that it's camera is not good and S4 and Xperia Z have better cameras(to be very honest i'm not at all interested in S4 or Z)is it true??Also the battery is a bit weak??I'm not a heavy user,just use my phone for calls,txts,facebook(sometimes)but i love to click pictures.Need some advice from HTC One users.
Thanks in advance.
anandsharma, 13 Jun 2013 in my htc one i downloaded some video and photo from bluetooth but iam unable to find these v... moreAll CD's I have downloaded go into the Downloads application found in the phone then I extract them and play in the music player, I would think a photo/video may be in there, you may also need to go into your gallery then into the options to show the folder for downloads which AI do not think is on when you get it, not sure tho sorry
Hi all, S4 and HTC one both are high end android phone. Both are best phone. It is just a matter of choice. So dont fight and be happy.
Fantastic phone. Will keep it for a long time...beter then s4, just my opinion.
Hi guys, I like to put my own personal rating for The HTC One :
Body: 4/5 , Screen: 4/5 , Apps: 4/5
Camera: in good light: 3/5 , in low light: 4/5