HTC's New Teaser For New One Smartphone Hints at Enhanced Zoe Feature

By Vivek

HTC Has been creating immense curiosity among its fans regarding its upcoming new HTC One smartphone which is going to be the company's flagship device for this year.

HTC's New Teaser For New One Smartphone Hints at Enhanced Zoe Feature


The Taiwanese giant has not only been teasing the device with episodes of teasers but also has added a dash of comedy to it making it more attractive. Now the fourth teaser video has arrived revealing few more features of the device.

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Similar to the old episodes of the teaser videos, this one also features the same characters. The tech-duo this time shares some of the information pertaining to the Zoe feature of the device. The user experience will be enhanced with Zoe providing a story to the pictures and videos taken with the "New HTC One's" camera.

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But again like the other previous videos, this one also comes with a very less details and the image of the device is again pixelated. Moreover, even the audio description of the Zoe feature is muted. Of course, there have been so many leaks about the device to-date that we are not expecting too many surprises when the device is officially announced on March 25th.

In the previous videos, we have seen that the BoomSound, metal unibody and ultrapixel camera were highlighted.

You can check out the latest teaser in the video below:

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