Last year’s HTC One X was bigger, bolder and more powerful than any smart phone that had gone before it, but for all its charms it was quickly outpaced by the brighter and even more slick Samsung Galaxy S3. The HTC One represents a desperate reinvention for HTC, a drastic move to pack in new hardware and software features in a bid to claw back the top spot. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is barrelling towards us over the horizon though — will the HTC One be good enough to keep the Galaxy gang at bay? Or is HTC’s new toy on a one-way trip to the landfill? I’ve gone hands-on with the HTC One ahead of its UK launch on 15 March, so read on for everything you need to know, and my first impressions of using this metal mobile. Be sure to bookmark this page too, because we’ll be updating it with more hands-on photos and video, and eventually a full review with a star rating. Design and display Before last year’s plastic devices, HTC used to be known for making chunky, metal mobiles, and the One is a return to that metallic tactic. At 9mm thick, this aluminium…
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