When the HTC One launched last year, it became the only Android phone fit to rival the iPhone in terms of design.
Now, HTC has launched its second-generation model, which features an equally elegant all-metal unibody form factor.
With an improved camera and a slightly tweaked design, HTC's new flagship is more prepared than ever to take on the iPhone. The new HTC One is available for $199.99 on a two-year contract with all four of the major U.S. carriers.
The new HTC One’s Duo Camera allows for more advanced photo editing. For example, you can adjust the focus points of an image after you’ve already taken it.
You can also add 3D effects to an image. The closer you are to your subject, the more visible its 3D effect will be. The iPhone’s camera software doesn’t support this capability since it only uses one main camera.
You can wake up the phone by simply tapping on its screen, which means you won’t have to press any buttons to turn on the display. Before using an iPhone, you must wake it up by pressing a button first.