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HTC held one of the biggest events at Mobile World Congress this year when they introduced the One series. It's not hard to understand, they certainly look good, and from what we've seen they blow us away with speed and usability. Even Sense has been trimmed and now looks, and in our opinion runs, much better. I think most Android fans are looking forward to seeing them be released.

What most of us didn't get to see was the presentation and show they put on in Barcelona. We missed them demo the .7 second shutter on the new camera hardware. We missed when Peter Chou told us about the new way they are integrating Beats Audio. And the info about micro-arc oxidation would have been great to sit in on. That's why we're pumped to see that HTC has posted a five-minute video with highlights of their event. 

It's not as fun as being there, but it will have to do. And it makes us want to see these phones on the shelves even more.

 

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HTC One at Mobile World Congress highlights reel now online

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The CEO kept saying the "HTC One" has this and that... making little no mentions of "X, S or V". Way of promoting an entire line of smartphones. Bad accent though ! :)

It's like they finally figured out marketing. In my opinion, HTC is the Apple of Android (I can almost HEAR everyone's eyes rolling) and they figured out that you don't want to confuse the hell out of the consumer. HTC evo, HTC evo 3d, htc atrix, atrix 2? What the hell is going on??!?

I can't wait to see what Samsung does. Best part about android (over apple) is the fierce, and rabid, competition.

Thanks Jerry nice video, I think this is a great start for HTC apart from the non-removable battery and no microSD slot.

+10,000! Bring on the quad/penta-core Thunderbolt 2!!!

Let's also add: bring back user-replaceable batteries! I will NEVER buy a phone without that, PERIOD! HTC One Series = FAIL.

No offense to Koreans but that guy's English is woefully aweful. And the other dude with neon colored sneakers! They both don't bring a lot of charisma to the stage.

Sorry, my bad. Dude is still a gawd-aweful presenter. He should have said some opening remarks and got someone else with admirable qualities (and shoes) to take over.

"Admirable qualities" of a person are based on their accent? Wow. I think having the courage to stand up and speak to the public in a foreign language shows a good deal of courage. Rather admirable.

No offense to Koreans but that guy's English is woefully aweful. And the other dude with neon colored sneakers! They both don't bring a lot of credibility to the stage.