HTC Takes The One S On The Road – Coming Soon To A City Near You [Video]


Looks like HTC is taking their One line on the road, hitting up different cities across the world to show everyone the spectacle that is their all new smartphone flagship. Recently, they made a pit stop in Arizona where a couple of XDA developers where able to get up close and personal with the HTC One X, snapping photos left and right using HTC’s all new ImageSense technology.

You can follow HTC on Facebook and Twitter where they’ll be providing updates on the cities they’re headed next. And hey, HTC. If you’re out there. Be sure to swing by Rancho Cucamonga. I’d love to take the One for a spin sometime. I have cake.

[HTC Blog]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I’m hoping they did better than their blog shots with the HTC One.

    1. those look nice.

      1.  Take a look at the full res images. They’re extremely grainy.

  2. Its just a shame it has a pathetic 16gb

    1.  and no micro sd card and non removable battery…

      1. I am now on Holiday until the 12th of March, I reply on my return.

        1. in jail again?

          1.  I think we’re just going to have to wait until March 12th to find out!

    2.  Exactly, and like the others said, no microSD. On top of that tragedy, a non-removable battery with what I consider a low mAh rating. Plus only 1GB RAM.

      However, don’t fret!!!! 2 months after release they will come out with the HTC One S Maxx, it will have everything the release model 2 months prior didn’t have. Including 32GB memory and a larger battery, all for the same price. Probably an improved camera too. :)

      1. I am now on Holiday until the 12th of March, I reply on my return.

  3. I do believe that the camera of this phone might be good, but I so don’t buy that it’s supposed to be better than a Nikon D80. Probably again a person who has no clue how to use his fancy DSLR. ;-(
    All-in-all this just looks like a good phone with no crazy specs. Like already said 16gb internal might not be enough nowadays and that you can’t push the memoy through microSD is pretty sad. For me as a tech nerd, this phone is not high-end enough and seems more like a nice all arounder for people who don’t use their phone 24/7.

    1. Or for someone who doesn’t need a fancy DSLR.   Dude, it’s a phone. It’s not meant to be an “ok” dslr (see anything Nikon).  If you want a DSLR, buy one.

      This phone is meant to be the next gen in standard phones where anyone and their mother can take great pictures/videos to post on their favorite websites.   You’re thinking it should be more just for you.   

      1. Exactly my point! I don’t want a fancy camera in my phone but all these ppl who compare phones with DSLRs have no clue imho.

        So I guess you misunderstood me. They should stop comparing those cameras in phones with highend photography gear. That’s all I was saying.

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