By Stephen Schenck | February 19, 2013 5:07 PM
HTC really came though in the hardware department for the HTC One, and for as cool as its software with Sense 5.0 looks, it’s hard to ignore just how compelling the phone’s physical construction is.
Sure, there’s the obvious stuff like the incredibly high density display, packing a ridiculous number of pixels into a space no larger than a 720p screen, but we’re also interested in the handset’s design itself, from the bezel, to the dual speakers, and the button and port layout.
Then there’s the fascinating Ultrapixel camera, sacrificing raw megapixels in an effort to increase image quality, an improvement that’s long overdue. For the full hardware tour, check out the video yourself: