steve, 28 Aug 2013...you do realize that htc's cameras go by ultrapixels now right?What is wrong with you? You do realize that "ultrapixel" is 100% an invention of HTC's marketing department, right? To be totally clear, there is no such thing as an "ultrapixel." A pixel is a pixel. There is no oversampling or pixel binning or any other fancy software magic going on in HTC's camera. It's just a plain old 4 megapixel sensor, just stretched over a slightly larger area for better light collection. It has no better definition than any other 4 megapixel camera, and yes, its photos do lack detail and sharpness. Whether the better low-light performance is worth the trade is up to you.
lol, 27 Aug 2013Lol at 4MP Camera....you do realize that htc's cameras go by ultrapixels now right?
Htc always make gud stabe software, not like crappy Samsung or sony. Their sense is on par superior than others. Currently owning flagship htc one and happy with it. Htc max size is too biggggg for me..
The setting is authentic. It's on the Taipei MRT system. And my guess is that the HTC one is also a genuine photo,as Taiwanese are not given to colouring their phones. You couldn't have this finish with an artificial render
HTC sure can build big, but not small LOL.. look at the 3 sizes... htc one mini is trying sooo hard to be "mini" yet failed.
Weak R&D department.
HTC max One advertisement:
BIG in size, small in everything else. BIG shame.
its 4ultrapixles, resulting in better images than 8mp+ sensors. Genius.
I don't see this selling well like its older brother HTC One. Too big phone without any purpose.
One thing I praise Samsung's marketing is that they successfully advertised Note series as "a Note that you can make calls and occasionally write down what you need with a Wacom pen".
Both Sony Z Ultra and HTC One failed to do it.
lol, 27 Aug 2013Lol at 4MP Camera.its ultrapixel....so the picture still beautiful
Even Sony up their game with Z1 honami, while this one max still think 4 Mp/Up is enough lol....
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2013Camera 4 UP,not 4 MPLol, UP = MP. Why they chose to stick with 4MP for their next flagship device is beyond me. It would've been preferable it they went with 8MP or 13MP instead. Smh.
4 MP camera? Come on...no amount of software fiddling can make up for that.