Photos taken from HTC One’s Ultrapixel camera appear online

HTC-one-cameraWant to see HTC One’s 4MP Ultrapixel camera in action. Well, the first images taken from HTC One’s camera have appeared online.

Apparently, HTC was not letting journalists to update photos taken HTC One camera at the launch press event in London and New York, but that does not seem to be the case at company’s One launch event for Asia Pacific in Sydney.

Folks at Soya Cincau were able to take a few images from the phone’s camera and upload them for everyone to check out. All these images are indoor shots taken at the launch event. Use the links given below each image to see the full size.

Taken at full 4MP resolution:htc-one-sample3
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Taken at 3MP resolution:
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Taken at 2MP resolution:
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HTC is betting big on the camera in HTC One, which packs F2.0 Aperture, Optical Image Stabilization, company’s improved ImageChip and an UltraPixel Sensor, which allows 300% more light than most leading 13 megapixel cameras.

Company wants to bust the megapixel myth and claims that the advanced CMOS Sensor, ISP, and optical lens system in the HTC One camera makes it a better performer than competing smartphone cameras.


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