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HTC Unveils New HTC One Smartphone

HTC Unveils New HTC One Smartphone
News from ABC News:

HTC unveiled the latest version of its flagship smartphone, the HTC One, at an event in New York City today.

The new HTC One (M8) follows last year’s HTC One (M7) and now features a larger display, updated design, software and camera.

Introduced in February 2013, the original HTC One was eye-catching and won major design points for its sleek, aluminum unibody. The latest model keeps the all-metal body and comes with a bigger HD 1080p display, jumping up from 4.7 to 5 inches. The upgrade also makes the phone a little heavier, going from 143 grams to 160 grams. The edges of the phone have been softened and are now curved in the newer model, intended to fit more ergonomically in the palm of your hand. The dual stereo speakers remain front-facing, with one above and one below the display.

The new HTC One runs on the Android operating system Kit Kat. Blinkfeed, the feature that brought news and social media updates to the home screen, is no longer the default setting on the HTC One, replaced by HTC’s Sense 6 skin. However, users can access Blinkfee…………… continues on ABC News

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HTC One M8 app-roaches as new BlinkFeed lands in Google Play
News from CNET:

HTC is preparing the way for today’s HTC One M8 launch by adding BlinkFeed Launcher and Service Pack to Google Play — and you don’t even need an HTC phone to enjoy them.

The follow-up to the HTC One launches today. James Martin/CNET We’re just hours away from the moment the M8 materialises, and HTC is paving the way for a new HTC One by adding BlinkFeed and a Service Pack full of updates to Google Play — and you don’t even need an HTC phone to enjoy them.

The HTC One 2, also known as the M8 in countless leaks, launches today. You can get a glimpse of what the new phone will look like by downloading BlinkFeed Launcher and the HTC Service Pack from the Google Play store for — in…………… continues on CNET

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