We've said this many times already, but the HTC One is a beautiful device. I prefer the black to the white/silver version though. Even if you are a Samsung fan, you have to admit the all-metal HTC One looks great and even feels better in your hand. In fact, even Samsung thinks the design of the HTC One is great. Which is why they are reportedly worried about their build quality and basically starting from scratch for the Galaxy Note 3. But that's just a report and could be completely false. HTC has really been hitting a lot of points that people want in a new phone lately. From unlocked bootloaders, to kernel source, to hitting 3 US carriers within days of each other.
Samsung even released their own promo video telling all of us the benefits of having a plastic device, like the Galaxy S4. Now it's HTC's turn with their One to tell us the benefits of having an all metal device. Which HTC seems to be touting in the ads "The all-metal HTC One" I see on a lot of ads on different websites including our own. HTC is also touting the "zero-gap" construction of the HTC One which is definitely a big thing for HTC.
The video down below covers everything. From the one piece of aluminum and how it gets formed into the shape of the HTC One all the way down to the chamfered edges. It's actually quite interesting. If you're thinking about buying the HTC One, you'll definitely want to take a look at this video below.
How many of you have the HTC One already? What do you think about it? Did HTC really hit a home run with the One this time around? Let us know in the comments down below.
Source: HTC America