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HTC confirms a new Windows Phones with ‘Apollo’ in the pipeline

HTC confirms a new Windows Phones with ‘Apollo’ in the pipeline
News from BGR:

By: Dan Graziano | Feb 27th, 2012 at 07:00PM

HTC made no mention of Windows Phone during the company’s Mobile World Congress 2012 press conference on Sunday, instead focusing on its Android-powered “One” smartphones. HTC most certainly has not given up on the emerging platform, however —the vendor’s chief product officer Kouji Kodera has confirmed that the company plans to launch a new Windows Phone once Microsoft releases the “Apollo” operating system update, reports Pocket-Lint. “For Windows Phone we haven’t decided on the branding yet, but you will see a new range of Windows Phones from us when Microsoft release their new Apollo operating system,” said Kodera. HTC was previously a big player in the Windows Phone platform, however the company has has slowed things down recently while Nokia’s Lumia phones have gained ground.

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New HTC phones offer high quality photo, audio features
News from Network World:

HTC kicked off its new strategy of offering fewer but more differentiated phones in 2012 with the launch on Sunday of the
HTC One series of phones, emphasizing high quality photo and audio technologies.

The company made the announcement in Barcelona on the eve of Mobile World Congress, the largest mobile trade show of the year.

The phones will be the first to come with ImageSense, technology developed by HTC that’s designed to make the cameras in the
phones as good as standalone cameras. ImageSense is a suite of camera features including one that lets a user launch the camera
and take a shot in 0.7 seconds, said Peter Chou, HTC’s CEO.

The phones will also let users hold down the shutter button to take continuous photos and improve shots taken in low-light
conditions, he said.

ImageSense also has a neat feature that lets users take photos at the same time they are taking a video. It works by displaying
an icon on the screen that users hit to take a photo while the video continues to record.

With HTC’s Media Link app, users can connect the HTC One phones via HDMI micro to any TV with an HDMI port to view photos
and videos on TVs. “It does not force you to b…………… continues on Network World

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