The HTC One was officially unveiled last week after months of speculation. It is HTC’s latest flagship Android smartphone and packs 4G connectivity. EE, as the only 4G mobile operator in the UK, were quick off the mark to confirm that they will be adding the HTC One to its impressive portfolio of 4G phones.
This is the third HTC 4G compatible smartphone that EE offers and will join the HTC One SV and the HTC One XL within its portfolio. Of course, the HTC One is the flagship model of the HTC One series of smartphones and 3G see no reason at all to even consider the other two in the range.
You can view the full specification for the HTC One here and we have located three preview videos here to get the flavour of how HTC’s flagship model shapes up. The main highlight of the 4G compatible HTC One’s specification is its 4.7 inch full HD touch-screen ( with a resolution of 1920x1080 ) with a PPI of 468 which easily outshines the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 5.
The power comes from its quad-core 1.7 GHz Snapdragon processor plus its 2GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board memory. If you like playing music on your smartphone then HTC Boomsound using Beats audio technology, an amplifier and dual front-facing speakers must be a huge plus.
The HTC One is available on EE’s 4GEE service with the best value being offered on the 1GB of mobile data plan, where the HTC One itself costs £70 up front and comes with unlimited UK calls and unlimited texts.
The HTC One initially comes in silver only and will go on sale in Mid-March.