On the Road with HTC One

 

Photography is one of the most popular things we do with our smartphones.  It provides us the opportunity to capture and share memories as they happen around us.  During our time at Mobile World Congress, we put the new HTC One in the hands of a local photographer and asked them to put it to the test.  Here’s a sampling of photos they took in Barcelona.

Skateboarders in Barcelona

An Afternoon Treat

Pigeons in the Square

Street Musicians in Barcelona

Stand-up Bass Player

Now we’d like to give more people the chance to test drive the HTC One first-hand, so we are on the road visiting multiple cities around the world so you can see the quality for yourself.  On a recent trip to the dry Arizona desert we met up with Bobby and Deanna Culhane, who are current HTC device owners and XDA developers.  Take a look at what the Culhane’s had to say after using the new HTC One for a few hours last week.

 

We also have great photo examples posted on our our Facebook and Google+ pages.  Stay tuned to the HTC Blog, Facebook and Twitter for more information about when we will be in a city near you.

33 Responses to “On the Road with HTC One”

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  2. avatar Forrepliesonly says:

    Sample photos are on Xperia arc level. Nothing spectacular, nor a complete failure, but overall the disappoint, considering iso levels and file sizes.

  3. avatar Asdfasfafd says:

    Is that video taken using htc one?

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  6. avatar Gary Weldon says:

    Will you be showing across the UK, or London only as is usual ?

  7. avatar Darkbotic says:

    You guys know that this pictures are compressed right?
    Check the real photos here:
    https://plus.google.com/photos/105983594520322058171/albums/5714995804379530273

  8. avatar Ukscj says:

    Can’t wait to get my hands on one x

  9. avatar delia balsells says:

    I know these photos taken in my city (Sono bellissime :D )

  10. avatar Diane says:

    Beautiful pictures!! Can’t wait to take my own and see this for myself! =]

    Very exciting new features with this new line-up!

  11. avatar 2000andnever says:

     Love this HTC Blog, great posts and beautiful snapshots. Check out our HTC blog at http://www.htcwildfiresblog.com

  12. avatar Ukscj says:

    If you guys are in UK please do let me know
    ill come n meet you :)

  13. avatar Guardian says:

    this must be the 5th time I am asking about this and I would appreciate if someone could give me a reply!

    I have been an HTC customer, happy customer, forever and I would really like an update or some sort of info on this…

    Do you have any plans for releasing a quad-core tablet in the near future? If yes… any rough ideas when would this be????

    • avatar Jason Dunn says:

      Apologies if you’re feeling ignored – this blog isn’t the place where we’ll talk about un-announced products. In fact, you’re not likely to see us talk about products until we’re ready to announce them. That’s pretty much the way the industry works: press get pre-briefed so they can prepare stories, there’s a press event where the new products are announced, and the public learns about our new products at that point. There are some exceptions – we showed the HTC One series phones to a dozen HTC elevate community members in Barcelona, Spain, a day before the press event. But in general every phone/tablet is launched in that way.

      So that’s a long-winded way of saying “No comment”, but I wanted to give you some context. :-)

  14. avatar Alper Ozgur says:

    Do u plan to come or plan a date to sell in Turkey?

  15. avatar Alex Ong says:

    I really hope that I can get my hand on the HTC One series…hope the same event can be held in Malaysia…

  16. avatar Kevin098 says:

    Why the flagship of HTC One X does not include beats audio ear buds? We are really disappointed on it.

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  18. avatar Rustam Djakhangirov says:

    Mr. Stakweather

    How are the sales of belowed One X. Will we get any marketing statistics?

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