HTC have today announced their next flagship device, the HTC One. This new device has been made specially to be the best phone and the ultimate phone out of the whole HTC line up.
It runs on a beastly 1.7Ghz quad-core processor, comes with either 32GB or 64GB variations, 2GB of RAM, a huge 2300mAh battery, runs on Android and has a huge 4.7-inch 1080p display which means you get a ppi of 468.
The device also comes with a new camera which HTC have introduced, they're calling it "UltraPixel". The HTC One has a custom developed sensor which apparently can take in 3x more light than the normal 8-megapixel camera you see on smartphones today. The actual output of the images are at 4-megapixel which is pretty low. But HTC are playing a good trick here. Instead of giving you large 8-megapixel pictures which you'll usually only ever see on your phone or computer, they're giving you compressed 4-megapixel images which actually give more clarity. Like how Nokia does with it's PureView camera.