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HTC One Celebrates Milestone By Introducing New Smartphone Variants


Two days ago, the Taiwanese firm HTC just announced that its smartphone branded as HTC One just reached five million sales. It may not be able to equal the astounding figures of giant companies like Apple and Samsung, but for a struggling company, this is quite a feat.

As reported by GSMArena, the Taiwanese firm is planning to maintain its momentum in the market and its popularity to consumers by following up the success of its HTC One with new variants. The first has a big screen, the other is a downgraded device and the third will be a Google version.

Bigger HTC One

According to rumors, HTC will be launching a version with a bigger screen than the original. The measurement of the display will be around 5 to 6 inches said the source. Although there are no other details revealed about its specs, the report speculates that it will be equipped with the same set of chipset as the old HTC One.

Smaller HTC One

If there is a bigger version, there is a smaller one as well. The downgraded variant will only have a 4.3-inch screen. Then, it will be packed with a dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM. The resolution of the smartphone will be around 720p and it will come with an UltraPixel camera.

Google Version

Much like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC will also be bringing out a Google version of its flagship device, added the source. The Google variant, I assume, will be more centered in the services of Google and will have lesser bloatware than the first HTC One.

Official Statement of HTC

The Taiwan-based company is neither confirming nor denying the rumor, stated GSMArena. So far, it remained silent on the matter. However, the same report said that the release of the HTC One variants will take place in the summer of 2013.

Source: GSMArena

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