HTC
HTC
HTC Corporation, formerly High Tech Computer Corporation, is a Taiwanese original design manufacturer (ODM) of smartphones and tablets headquartered in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Initially Making smartphones based mostly on Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS, HTC expanded its focus in 2009 to devices based on the Android OS, and in 2010 to Windows Phone OS.

HTC One series:

(2012 lineup) All of the One series products were designed in touchscreen-based, slate-sized and runs with Android mobile operating system (Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or subsequent Android releases) with the HTC Sense graphical user interface. As part of following the acquisition of Beats Audio, all the products of HTC One series were equipped with Beats Audio equalizer.

HTC One:

The HTC One is a high-end touchscreen-based Android smartphone developed by HTC. The One was unveiled on February 19, 2013, at press events in New York City and London. As HTC's flagship smartphone for 2013, it is the successor to the company's flagship model in 2012, the One X – which was actually acclaimed, but commercially unsuccessful due in part to insufficient marketing efforts. To make the device stand out among its competition, the HTC One was developed with a major emphasis on unique hardware and software features; which included a uni-body aluminum frame, a 1080p display, front-facing dual stereo speakers, a camera with a custom image sensor design and the ability to automatically generate montages of media an updated version of HTC's Sense user experience, BlinkFeed – an aggregator of news and social network content, and an electronic program guide app with the ability to serve as a remote control via an IR blaster located in the device's power button.
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