This will also be the first Android-powered smartphone from T-Mobile that will carry the latest HTC Sense, with HTC BlinkFeed running the show. Just what is HTC BlinkFeed? For starters, it will change the home screen into a single live stream of personally relevant information, where among these will include (but are not limited to) social updates, news and photos, so that folks will always get the latest skinny that they are interested in, without requiring to go through the hassle of switching between apps.
I am quite sure that your eyes will more than appreciate the 4.7-inch full 1080p HD display, and thanks to the HTC UltraPixel Camera with Zoe, ordinary folk are able to capture high resolution photos in three-second snippets. Sort of like a half Vine, so to speak, and I believe jokes of that nature are in order.
As this is the LTE version of the HTC One, using it with T-Mobile’s industry-first Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan sans any annual contract would be a no-brainer. Too bad the HTC One’s availability and pricing on T-Mobile has yet to be mentioned, so stay tuned!