HTC One ImageSense Technology gets shown off, puts images up for inspection

When HTC unveiled their brand new One series, one of the main points for the company was their ImageSense Technology, which would hopefully provide world class photos right from your phone. It’s no secret that people want to be able to use their phone as a camera when they need to, and so it’s good to see manufacturers doing what they can to put the best technology into their phones. But, how does ImageSense Technology stack up in the real world? Well, HTC wants to show you.

Thanks to our friends at TmoNews, we’ve got a few images which were taken with the new technology.

Here’s a quote that HTC feels pretty accurately sums up their new technology:

“With ImageSense HTC One rivals traditional digital cameras with improvements to every part of the camera, including the lens, the sensor, the software, and even integrating a new custom HTC ImageChip.”

Their new devices, which include the One X, One S and One V, all include the same camera technology. That means you get new handsets with an f/2.0 aperture, HTC ImageChip, 28mm lens, a smart LED flash and BSI sensors. It will only take 0.2 seconds for the camera to autofocus, and 0.7 seconds to take the photo. It’s amazingly quick, and takes ridiculously detailed photos. It’s surely the stand-out feature of the new devices.

You can head through the source link below to see more photos, and let us know what you think of the new technology HTC has included within the One series.

via TmoNews

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