The buildup to today’s HTC event was a long one as its HTC One has been rumored for months now, which was first leaked as the HTC M7. Before today’s event, we expected the HTC One to be the first Full HD smartphone in the market with a 4.7-inch display with a pixel density of 468PPI. As for its internals, we’ve heard it would run on a second-generation quad-core Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal flash memory.
That was what the rumor mill reported over the past few months regarding the HTC One, so let’s see if any of that came true with the company’s official announcement that was made on a cold, dreary morning in New York City.
Jason Mackenzie (President of HTC)
HTC’s President Jason Mackenzie took to the stage to give the public a little information regarding how we all use our phone. The way we use our devices is vastly different from how original smartphone designers thought. HTC has learned from our experiences and is taking “a bold step forward to offer something new and fresh.”