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HTC One dual sim Review
11 November 2013
Summary: The HTC One dual sim is priced at a very steep Rs 53,590, which is the same price as the new Apple iPhone 5s. This is the official price from HTC so you can find it for a little less online. We fail to see why the addition of an extra SIM and storage expansion on an Android has led to a price difference of nearly Rs 10,000 between this and its single-SIM brethren.
Excerpt: When a smartphone shouts about its camera as being something special it turns a lot of heads. We've already seen and reviewed the HTC One and love it as a smartphone. It's an ace device. But what of its "Ultrapixel" camera - is it really as "ultra" as it proclaims? We've spent a week living with the HTC One and used it as a camera - with some of the obvious smartphone content-sharing features of course - to see whether it switched us on or off.
Pros: Connectivity is key, lower noise at higher ISO settings than some key competitors, fun filters on board, fast burst shooting and best shot mode, quick to share direct from phone, HTC Zoe (zoetrope) capture and gallery playback is fun, some manual control (Programme only), battery life decent compared to a dedicated camera
Cons: Low resolution, 3:2 shots are 3MP, underexposure common, digital zoom results, detail lacks, soft edges, camera lens easily smears from handling, adjustment options slow to access, no physical shutter button, holding as a camera tricky due to trim body, weak flash
Summary: Le HTC One ne fait pas dans la demi-mesure. Il se montre très performant et propose une interface HTC Sense 5.0 particulièrement aboutie et en accord avec son temps : celui de l’information (presque à outrance) des différents médias et des réseaux sociaux. On apprécie sa très large connectivité dont sa compatibilité 4G et la présence d’un port infrarouge permettant de transformer le smartphone en une télécommande universelle.
Pros: Design, Performances, Connectivité, Autonomie, HTC Sense 5.0, Haut-parleurs stéréo, Beats, Application HTC TV, Qualité des photos frontales
Cons: Batterie inamovible, Pas d’extension mémoire