HTC cheated by announcing the One just before Mobile World Congress, but we’re counting it anyway. This is HTC’s big play at restoring its lost superphone glory, with a premium aluminum design and an “UltraPixel” camera that aims to improve low-light performance and reduce blurriness. The One has some neat software features as well, such as a live home screen called “BlinkFeed” that acts like a running news ticker, and a camera feature called “Zoe” that records photos and video at the same time and rolls them into a highlight reel. Other specs include a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and at least 32 GB of storage. It’s coming to AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile for $300 next month, and to other carriers worldwide.
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