The HTC One released by the HTC Company, was welcomed with a positive attitude from the masses.
The smartphone impressed the masses with its initial appearance, if not ground-breaking. Regardless, it became the flagship smartphone for the company. Let us compare the HTC One to the younger sibling, the HTC Butterfly, in terms of their display, processor and operating system.
In terms of display, both the HTC One and the HTC Butterfly handset offer the user a Full HD 1080 p screen. However, the HTC One comes equipped with a 5-inch display, which falls short in terms of pixel density. It offers a pixel density of 440-ppi, when compared to the 468-ppi (pixel per inch) pixel density of the HTC Butterfly smartphone. The HTC Butterfly offers the user a 4.7-inch Super LCD3 screen, which might be less in terms of size, but offers great pixel density and image viewing experience.
In terms of processor, the HTC One overshadows the HTC Butterfly smartphone. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, running at a speed of 1.7GHz and Adreno 320 graphic processor, powers the HTC One smartphone. The CPU/GPU combination is coupled with a RAM of 2GB. In comparison, the HTC Butterfly is powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, coupled with a RAM of 2GB. The Adreno 320 graphic processor also powers the HTC Butterfly smartphone.
The HTC One offers the user with HTC Sense 5 UI, which is better than its siblings. The Android version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system running on the HTC One smartphone, offers the user two new features of the HTC Sense – Blinkfeed and Zoe.
The HTC Blinkfeed offers the user a completely different home screen experience. It caters to the user with relevant social network updates and relevant news, directly to their home screens. The second feature, Zoe, enables the user to take short videos and combine them with other videos, music and images, in order to create a complete story.
In comparison, the HTC Butterfly offers the user with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean operating system, featuring the HTC 4+UI.
Storage and Build Quality
In terms of build quality, the HTC reigns supreme, regardless of how many products the company sells. They have been renowned for the smartphone design, which is absolutely stunning to look at. The rubberized finish of the HTC One is certainly a charmer. It comes with internal storage capacity of 32GB and 64GB.
However, the HTC butterfly is a more sophisticated and elegant looking smartphone, coming in a soft touch body that can be held with ease. The 16GB internal storage capacity of the HTC Butterfly may be a disappointment but the external storage memory card slot for memory enhancement redeems its drawback.
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