|Release Date||March, 2013|
|Dimensions||137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3 mm|
|Operating System||Android 4.1.2|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 APQ8064, 1.7 GHz quad-core Krait 300|
|Graphics Processor||Adreno 320|
|Memory||2 GB LPDDR2 RAM|
|Storage||32 or 64 GB|
|Battery||2300 mAh Li-Po|
|Display||Corning Gorilla Glass 2.0, 468 ppi|
|Main Camera||4 megapixels 1080p HD Video Recording (1080p)|
|Front Camera||2.1 megapixels front camera (1080p)|
|Price (MY)||RM 2,299.00|
The HTC One is an Android smartphone manufactured by Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. The device serves as a successor to HTC's 2012 flagship phone, the HTC One X—a device that was critically acclaimed, but commercially unsuccessful due in part to poor marketing efforts. The HTC One was developed with an emphasis on unique hardware and software features, such as an aluminum casing, a new image sensor implementation for its camera, stereo speakers, a revised version of HTC's Sense user experience, and other new software functionality such as the "BlinkFeed" news aggregator and "Zoe" camera features.
While initially set for a release in mid-March 2013, manufacturing delays led to a staggered release beginning in late March, with its release date in certain markets (such as Asia and North America) pushed back into April. Despite these issues (which also prompted the company to double its production capacity in May 2013 to make up for the delays), the One sold around 5 million units through its first two months of worldwide availability, outpacing recent phones by the company. The One was universally praised for its hardware design and well received for its software features, but certain aspects of the device's software were met with mixed reviews.