Here comes the third installment of the teaser in a technical translation series from HTC which pertains to the all new HTC One. The latest teaser sheds some light on the device's ultrapixel camera with the information in the video shared by a tech geek which the other guy in the video translates to an easy-to-understand language.
According to the engineer in the teaser, there is a 2.0 micrometer pixel that HTC has used in this version of the HTC One smartphone and also explains how the ultrapixels allow 300% more light into the camera sensor which means that the quality is maintained even while shooting under low light conditions.
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Sadly, since it is a teaser, when the engineer and the other guy start explaining about the new HTC One, the dialogue on the video is beeped out and the device itself is also blurred to keep it a suspense. However, as we have already seen in the leaked images earlier, the new model is expected to feature a dual-sensor in a rear-facing cameras in the back.
Combining the two sensors, it is expected to bring better depth perception to pictures taken with the phone and allow better photographs even under low-light conditions. While at the front, the smartphone is expected to bear a 5MP camera with an f/1.8 aperture to allow for sharp selfies even when the lighting conditions are challenging.
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