HTC has finally done it, after a lot of speculation and details about its flagship device, the manufacturer has finally announced its HTC One / M7 or even Zoe if you prefer, after one of its features. It every bit what we expected and more, with the software side carefully polished.



HTC has now launched a very complex method to test some of the features its new flagship device offers, through a very carefully built website. Through it you can get a good feel of the smartphone’s looks, as well as some of its main highlights, like the screen, sound and camera. There are also plenty of videos to demonstrate the device in action.

Unfortunately HTC’s website for the latest flagship smartphone is not optimized for mobile devices. Sure, it sounds rather absurd that you can’t watch the HTC One in action from your … let’s say HTC device but the site is so heavy on content that few mobile browsers can even handle it. In any case, with the standard webkit browser in Android I went as far as the Explore page before it crashed on me. Even with this the case, I still advise you to visit it from your PC, for one of the best experiences ever.

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