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HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless)


HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless)

Crafted with a distinct zero-gap aluminum unibody, the HTC One is ready to reshape your smartphone experience with a live home screen that streams all of your favorite content, a photo gallery that comes to life, and dual frontal stereo speakers. This 4G LTE-enabled smartphone runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), which combines with HTC Sense to create an amazing mobile experience that’s been re-imagined from the ground up.

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The HTC One ensures you’re never out of touch with your world (view larger).

The HTC One’s full metal body features a slim, solid construction with tapered edges for a satisfying grip, and it’s complemented by a brilliant 4.7-inch Full HD 1080p display that resists scratches and reduces glare. It’s powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, and it’s packed with 32 GB of storage and 2 GB of RAM for excellent multitasking.

HTC UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe: Your Photos Brought to Life

The HTC UltraPixel Camera redefines how you capture, relive, and share your most precious moments. With this innovative camera technology, you’ll be able to quickly shoot vivid, true-to-life images with a wide range of colors, even in low light conditions — it lets in 300 percent more light, enabling you to take photos indoors without a flash. And this is accomplished not by increasing the number of megapixels in the camera, but by engineering a more advanced CMOS Sensor, ISP, and optical lens system that captures significantly more light than most 8 or 13 megapixel cameras.

With HTC Zoe mode, press the shutter and the HTC One automatically captures up to 20 photos and a 3-second video — including the last second of images before you tapped the picture button. It can also create a 30-second Zoe Highlight film from each event comprised of Zoes, photos, and videos with professionally designed cuts, transitions, and effects — just ad your choice of pre-loaded soundtrack. These highlight videos can be remixed or set to different themes, and can be easily shared on social networks, email, and other services.

Multi-axis optical image stabilization for the rear camera also helps ensure video footage smoother whether stationary or on the move. Other features and effects include enhanced 360-degree panorama, time sequencing, and object removal. Self portraits and video are also easily captured via the front-facing camera, which supports 1080p video capture.

HTC BlinkFeed: A Personal Live Stream on Your Home Screen

At the heart of the HTC One experience is HTC BlinkFeed, which transforms your home screen into a single live stream of the things that are most important to you –from sports and technology to games and fashion and even your favorite social network feeds. It’s all customized by you, and it’s constantly updated live.

To see more detail, just tap on any item in your HTC BlinkFeed to view text, pictures and videos, and then share it with just a couple more taps. HTC provides both local and global content from more than 1,400 media sources with more than 10,000 articles per day from a wide variety of media sources.

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Spec Highlights
  • 3G/4G LTE connectivity

    Sprint 4G LTE network is available in limited markets

  • Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with HTC Sense
  • 1.7 GHz quad-core processor
  • 4.7-inch touchscreen Full HD display (1080 x 1920)
  • HTC UltraPixel Camera on the rear
  • Front 2.1-MP camera with 1080p video
  • 32 GB storage + 2 GB of RAM
  • Wireless-N Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 + NFC
  • Up to 19 hours of usage time
  • See full specs below

HTC BoomSound: Sharper, Richer, Louder

One of the best audio experiences of any mobile phone available today, HTC BoomSound features front-facing stereo speakers with a dedicated amplifier and an amazing full HD display that immerses you in music, videos, games and the YouTube clips you love. Beats Audio integration is enabled across the entire experience for rich, authentic sound whether you’re listening to your favorite music, watching a YouTube video or playing a game.

HTC Sense TV: Your Interactive TV Guide

Tired of remotes taking up valuable couch space? The new HTC One is ready to help you channel surf. With Sense TV, all it takes is a few simple steps and you’ll be able to select TV channels, access program guides, adjust audio, and more with your HTC One. Find your favorite shows, and it will notify you when they’re on.

HTC Sense TV also lets you easily control your TV, set-top box, and home theater, right from your phone — so you never have to search for your remote again.

Easy Setup

HTC Backup and Restore

Keep all the stuff on your HTC One safe, no matter what happens. Your vital phone settings, accounts, and apps are all backed up to the cloud daily, automatically.

DNA Transfer

Just connect your old phone to Wi-Fi to transfer your contacts, photos, music, videos, calendar, and more to your new HTC One.

HTC Sync Manager

Sync your personal info, photos, music, and even iTunes files from your Mac or PC onto your new HTC One.

What’s in the Box

HTC One smartphone, 2300 mAh battery, USB cable, wall charger, stereo headset, quick start guide


Seamless Access to Digital Content and Shopping with Amazon App Suite

The Amazon app suite provides seamless access to Amazon digital content and shopping right from your phone’s home screen. Interact with Amazon digital content you already own, access over 23 million games, books, apps, and songs, as well as shop millions of physical products in a single, fully-integrated, and easy-to-use experience.

All the Content

Get instant access to over 23 million games, books, apps, and songs including all of the most popular Android apps and games, over 20 million songs to download or instantly stream, and over one million Kindle books in the Kindle Store, including New York Times best sellers and new releases.

Seamless Shopping

Instantly access Earth’s biggest selection with millions of physical products available to search or browse with the integrated mobile shopping experience, plus all of the benefits of shopping on Amazon, including personalized recommendations, customer reviews, 1-Click ordering, Prime FREE Two-Day shipping on over 15 million items, and more.

Cross-Category Search

Discover Amazon’s full selection of physical products, Kindle books, music, and apps from a single search directly from your phone’s home screen.

Single Sign In

Enter your Amazon.com login just once to access all of Amazon Mobile Shopping, Kindle, MP3, and Amazon Appstore for Android apps, receive personalized recommendations, and interact with the Amazon digital content you already own right from your phone’s home screen.

1-Click Ordering

Quickly and easily purchase new Kindle books, music, apps, and physical products with Amazon’s 1-Click Ordering, which allows you to skip the shopping cart and checkout process by using the default payment method and shipping address on your account.

“Buy Once, Enjoy Everywhere”

With apps available on the largest number of devices and platforms, Amazon makes it easy for you to access your content anytime, anywhere, from virtually any device or platform you choose. You can read and sync your Kindle books across any device with the Kindle app installed, including Android phones and tablets, Windows 8 tablets, PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, and in your web browser with Kindle Cloud Reader.

World-Class Customer Service

When a customer shops on Amazon, they know they’re getting Amazon’s world-class customer service. Amazon’s customer service just scored 89 on the ForeSee customer satisfaction score – the highest ever attained by a retailer – as well as the highest rating on the 2012 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, and the J.D. Power Customer Service Champion Award. So far in 2012, Kindle customer service has received a 97.1% satisfaction rate from customers. Customers have been shopping on Amazon for 15 years, and they continue to do so because of the unparalleled end-to-end customer experience.

  • Display: 4.7-inches
  • Camera: HTC UltraPixel
  • Processor Speed: 1.7 GHz
  • OS: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)

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Question by asul: Aside from Bluetooth, what is another way to transfer files from a laptop to another?
It has been hours and the transfer hasn’t finished yet… and the size of the file is only 1.9 GB. I have no available separate storage device at the moment to just copy… and I am getting a little impatient. If anyone knows a faster way, kindly share it with me. Thank you.
@Zack: I will try that out… Thank you.

Best answer:

Answer by Zack
Best way is to use a LAN cable. You can be connected to the same router on a home network or you can just connect LAN-LAN and set the network on both as home to share. This is a very fast way please Google it if not conversant with it.

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What customers say about HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless)?

  1. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best phone out there! Finally on Verizon!, August 31, 2013
    By 
    The Gun “raygunjsr” (Columbus, OH USA) –

    This review is from: HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    I have been waiting for some news on the Verizon version of the HTC One and thankfully it came out just as my upgrade date rolled around. I have owned 8 other smartphones over the past several years and the HTC One is the best that I’ve used. It is ultra-fast with a very slick interface.

    I chose the HTC One over the other offerings out there due the quality of the construction and the hardware. I have never liked the Galaxy series, as they feel cheap with their overuse of generic plastic. I have not had good experiences with Motorola hardware. I really liked the HTC Rezound that I had years ago and it’s clear that HTC has put a lot of thought and research into the development of the HTC One. It is constructed on par with the iPhone. Clean lines, aluminum frame, it looks great and fits well in the hand.

    The hardware is blazing fast and I like the Sense software enhancements. I even find Blinkfeed a great collection of news and my social media updates. It would never replace Flipboard for my news reading, but for a quick scroll through everything that’s going on, it’s very helpful. HTC has gone with clean menus, great fonts that look great on the 1080p screen.

    I have had zero complaints with the phone. I’m a power user when it comes to smartphones and I have been overwhelmingly impressed by the HTC One. The one thing that continues to astound me is that phone makers don’t wake the phone up when you receive a text. Thankfully there’s an app, SMSAwake that solves that problem. The camera takes good pictures; I have not seen pictures from any phone (except maybe the new Nokia line) that are better than a decent point and shoot camera, but the HTC One camera will capture the moment just fine and the Zoe camera function is pretty cool.

    I recommend the HTC One without hesitation. The design is flawless, the hardware is cutting-edge and the software brings it together in a great package.

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  2. 31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The phone that ALMOST did it!, September 1, 2013
    By 
    ToeKnee_TM “};^)~” (Central Oregon) –

    This review is from: HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    I’ve been an HTC user for a LONG time (all the way back to the HTC Herald/T-Mobile Wing Windows 6.1 phone). In front of me on my desk, I currently have four generations of HTC Android devices: The HTC Droid Incredible, the HTC Rezound, , the HTC Droid DNA, and finally, this HTC One all for Verizon. When I first picked up my new phone, I was highly impressed by the feel of it in my hand. It was such a pleasure to hold, that I was very reluctant to put my normal case on it that slides into a holster, but I knew I had reservations about this newest HTC unit so I forced myself to put on the case. First off, the phone is an only marginal upgrade from the DNA in many respects. The One is slimmer and shorter than the DNA (One: 5.41 x 2.69 x 0.37 inches vs DNA: 5.55 x 2.78 x 0.38 inches), but the DNA weighs slightly less (One: 5.04 oz vs DNA: 4.87 oz) With the same overall resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels) the One has a lightly better Pixels per inch (PPI) than the DNA (468 vs 441). I think this is because of the slightly larger screen size of the DNA. While I had to look VERY closely, the screen on the One is slightly sharper, but I prefer the larger real estate of the 5 inch DNA screen over the 4.7 inch One.

    The One is made of aluminum which stands out to be the sexiest Android phone I’ve ever seen. It just looks and feels awesome! The slightly newer version of Android (4.2.2) seems to be a step in the right direction, and Sense 5.0 seems to be even smoother than the older Sense, although I’ve always had an affinity for HTC’s Sense GUI. I am pretty annoyed by the Blinkfeed feature on the One that you can’t get rid of, although you CAN set another panel as your “Home Screen” and tuck the BLinkfeed panel out of sight.

    The stereo front-facing speakers on the One are one of the other features that REALLY set this phone apart from the others I’ve used, tested and played with over the years. I was actually able to hear EVERYTHING clearly, even at full volume. OF course, the bass isn’t earth-shattering, but at least you can hear that it’s there. Watching a movie or TV show was actually enjoyable, and it was much clearer than on the DNA. As with all Beats-by-Dre enabled HTC phones, I was not impressed by this feature on the One and found that it muddied the sound on the stereo speakers.

    The HTC One also sports a handy infrared remote control feature. The power button on top doubles as an IR remote blaster and the phone can “learn” to control many different devices. The stock software is pretty good although it wants you to set up a TV every time, and I only have a projector (Although it did learn most of the functions from that remote). It was still pretty cool. On a side note about HTC power buttons, they sure like to move them around: The original Incredible has the power on the left, the Rezound is on the right, the DNA has it in the middle, and the One brought it back to the left….

    Now we come to the epic, and I mean EPIC failure of HTC with the One: The camera. I mean, COME ON! 4.0 “ultrapixels”???????? This is where I made my final decision to return this handset to Verizon. I take a lot of pictures with my phones, and I just can’t get over how HTC made such an awesome phone and then ruined it with some gimmicky camera stuff. The DNA has 8 megapixels vs the 4 “ultrapixels” and the DNA takes superior pictures in all conditions. I read many places that the One was awesome at taking indoor pictures in low light and no flash, but my comparisons between the two phones produced better pictures on the DNA. Because of the larger number of pixels, edges were sharper, clearer, and the colors more natural. Sorry HTC, you dropped the ball here.

    All this aside, if you are looking to come from an older phone and don’t ever plan to print an 8X10 photo from a phone picture, the HTC One is the sexiest Android phone on the market. It is very fast, sleek, the screen is second-to-none, and the front facing stereo speakers are the best on any smartphone I’ve ever played with. However, if taking pictures is a high priority like me, you’ll want to either wait and see if HTC fixes this issue or try another phone (if you can find a DNA, they are nice units). My last thought has to do with manufacturing quality control. I’ve read a lot of complaints about durability of the One, and the unit I have (had) has some slight manufacturing defects where the top piece of the phone (the border around the screen) does not line up very well on the top and the bottom of the phone. There are definite ridges on those bezels….the fit and finish is not world class.

    HTC One Pros:
    The aluminum frame makes for a VERY sexy phone
    The Front-Facing Stereo Speakers produce awesome sound for a phone
    The screen resolution and pixel density make for a very nice viewing experience
    The 1700 MHZ Quad-Core and 2GB of RAM make for a snappy phone
    HTC Sense 5.0 does appear to be an…

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  3. 26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great phone, but could be better, August 28, 2013
    By 
    Makoto Schoppert “makoto” (Orlando, FL USA) –
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    This review is from: HTC One, Silver (Verizon Wireless) (Wireless Phone)

    My first smart phones were HTC, back in the days of Windows Mobile 5, and my first Android phone has been HTC. A few years ago, I decided to try out Motorola’s Droid RAZR Maxx HD, and then the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which is my current daily driver. I decided to see what HTC has been up to and give the their flagship phone, the HTC One, a try.

    Pros:
    * The unibody aluminum frame gives it a nice sturdy feel that doesn’t feel cheap like plastic bodies do.
    * The “ultrapixel” camera does give it better shots in lower lighting, but then you do trade off megapixels. If you are just shooting for sharing on social networks, this may not be a big deal but if you plan on printing photos, I’m still not 100% convinced of their strategy of using a lower megapixel camera (albeit bigger pixels).
    * The HTC widget on the home screen is pretty nice. Gives you a consolidated view of news and social network status updates.
    * One of the nicest pros for me is having stereo speakers in the front. I never understood why smartphone manufacturers decided to put the speakers in the back.
    * A nice bonus is the IR emitter that can be used to control your TV/DVR/Receiver. You can view channel listings on your phone and use it as a remote.
    * Integration with Zoodle’s KidMode is nice, especially if you have a toddler that you would like to entertain.
    –Update 2013-09-13
    * I just noticed a feature that this HTC phone has, much like my previous HTC phones had, which is built-in support for SIP (used for VoIP calls). My Samsung devices do not have this built-in and I have to use a third party app. This is useful if you would like to use a SIP provider to make and receive calls.
    * The Zoe camera mode is pretty neat. Essentially what it does is it will continuously take video in Zoe mode, but when you press the button to take a picture, it will create a 4 second long video that has 1 second of video prior to when you pressed the shutter, a point in the video of when you pressed the shutter, and 3 seconds after the button was pressed. You can then create a photo from anywhere within this timeframe.

    Cons:
    * When typing, the Home button is right underneath the period, so I’ve found myself exiting an app a few times while trying to type a period.
    * I like the buttons on Samsung devices better, which consists of “Back”, “Home” and “Menu”. On the HTC One, there are only two, “Back” and “Home”. Without the “Menu” button, apps either have to provide their own menu button, or an extra row is added below the app which is the Menu button and takes away a little bit of real estate from the app.
    * No SD card expansion
    * No wireless charging, which I suppose is the tradeoff to having an aluminum body since the aluminum would interfere with the wireless charging.
    * Included e-mail client does not support S/MIME encryption. On Samsung devices, the built-in e-mail client does support S/MIME encryption however. Most people may not care or use this feature, but for corporate use, this may be more important.

    Neutral:
    * The BeatsAudio enhances music but I wish it was more customizable like an equalizer.
    * There isn’t a built-in flashlight widget/app like there is with Samsung’s Assistive lighting widget
    * Doesn’t perform quite as fast as the Galaxy S4, but still runs plenty fast enough, so not marking it as a con.
    * Camera app doesn’t seem to be as full of features like the S4.
    * I don’t like the curved back. This may appeal to some people but I would actually prefer a flat back. When I have it laying on my desk and want to use it, I end up making the whole phone wobble back and forth every time I press the screen.
    * The Ir blaster feature is neat, which essentially allows your device to be a universal remote control. It downloads TV schedules as well so you can get an idea of what you’d like to watch. Personally, I haven’t found myself using this a lot but this could be handy if you’re somewhere, like a waiting room, or in your company break room and would like to change the channel.

    Overall, I think HTC did a great job of building a nice phone. With Verizon’s lineup of Android phones, HTC faces competition with Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Motorola/Google’s Droid series (like the Ultra and the Maxx). The hardware is really nice (with the exception of buttons in my opinion) but the software is lacking in some places. Both Samsung and Motorola do a better job of packaging useful software with their devices, whereas this one doesn’t.

    Also, worth noting is that this phone still uses MicroSIM cards and hasn’t switched to using NanoSIM cards yet like with some other new phones. I actually like this since my other phones are using MicroSIM as well and I can switch my SIM card around from one phone to another. Had this phone switched to NanoSIM, I wouldn’t be able to do that.

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  4. by networking them together, sharing files, and by LAN cabling

  5. hours to transfer 1.9 GB is unrealistic and a very bad sign for hard disk damage and/or fragmentation go out and buy an external 3TB hard diver there is lots of great deals, and backup everything important and reinstall your computer cause the computer could fry any day

  6. From Laptop to Laptop there is very easy way
    you can transfer via WiFi. its called adhoc.
    simply go to manage wireless connecton
    choose manually crease wireless network profile
    choose adhoc network.
    if you are using windows 7 then follow this
    http://bit.ly/11rh7LS

  7. Yes there is… If you are using windows 7 then this will help:

    Go into computer
    down the side choose Networks
    Wait for all the computers to be done loading but it will only show the ones that are on and not off.
    Click on that computer you need but for it to work you need to set a password otherwise it won’t work.
    It should come up with a log on box so type in the name so for example type in a name like John so I would type in Lawrence in the username box
    Then type in the password in password box then you should have access to that other computers files so you can drag and take anything you want from that computer and delete it or put stuff on there.

    Hope this helps
    Meap

  8. Use wifi.

    To enable simple file sharing in Windows, head into the Control Panel and go to Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. Hit Change Advanced Sharing Settings and make sure network discovery, file and printer sharing, and public folder sharing (the first three options) are all turned on. Then, head down the list and Turn off password protected sharing, and check “Use user accounts and passwords to connect to other computers”. This is the easiest way to connect computers, and the most similar to the Mac method below. If you’re worried about prying eyes, see connecting with an ad-hoc network below, and just be sure to turn off file sharing when you’re done. If you’re sharing with a Mac, you’ll need to make sure the Guest account is turned on under Control Panel > User Accounts > Add or Remove User Accounts > Guest Account.

    To share files in Windows, open up Windows Explorer; you should see all available computers (regardless of operating system) under Network in the Explorer sidebar. If you click on one, you can access its Public folders, in which you have both read and write access (so you can copy files to your machine, as well as copy files from your machine to theirs). If for some reason you don’t see the desired machine in the sidebar, you may need to manually enter its name in the Windows Explorer address bar.
    When another computer is available for sharing, it will show up in the sidebar of the Finder. You can either place a file in your Public folder for them to view and copy, or they can place a file in your Drop Box (located inside your Public folder and not to be confused with Dropbox the app) for you to then retrieve. If it doesn’t show up automatically, just open up the Finder, then navigate to Go > Connect to Server in the menu bar. After typing in smb://computername, it should connect you to the computer and you can carry on. You’ll need to choose to log in as a Guest at the prompt, after which mount the Users folder so you can access the Public folder from there.

    Ways to Connect to Other Computers

    Over a Common Wired or Wi-Fi Network

    If you’re at your friend’s house and trying to share files, it’s likely you have a common network available. If your friend has a wired or Wi-Fi network (you’ll need an extra Ethernet cable if it’s a wired connection), you can both connect to the network and start sharing files as described above.

    You can easily create a wireless “ad-hoc” network, which only connects your two computers.

    /:16

    In Windows, just go to Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Manage Wireless Networks and hit Add. Click the Create an Ad-Hoc Network button and follow the steps to create your password-protected network.

    On a Mac, the process is very similar—just hit the AirPort icon in the menu bar and click Create Network. Type in a name and check “Require Password” to be safe. Type in a password and give it to your friend, who can then connect to the network just like any other Wi-Fi network. After your friend connects, you should be able to follow the above steps to share files.

  9. Bluetooth is slow, very slow.
    Via a home network, either wireless or wired (wired is faster). Set your sharing permissions for the file/folder drive you want to share on the originating laptop than access via home network from the destination laptop. Copy/Paste.
    Or simply use external media such as external USB Hard Drives or flash drives.

  10. Without the ability to put it on a blank DVD or a flash drive, then Zack basically has answered it for you.

    Connecting direct from PC to PC
    or from each PC to the router (using separate LAN ports)
    or using wireless ( if both have it)

    For Network connection help using the Ethernet cable or WiFi , TRY HERE.
    http://www.tipsotricks.com/2012/07/best-ways-to-transfer-files-over-lan-or-wifi-network.html

    There are also some sites online that offer Storage of files up to a certain amount.
    Then there are those that give you a few days trial with larger amounts.
    Either way , sign up & use it only once. You can transfer them to the storage site , then just download them with the other computer using the same username & password used.

    Walmart sells a DATA Transfer cable for 12 bucks , that you just connect thru the USB ports.
    That would do 2 Gb’s in about 5 minutes or so, depending on the PC

    For all of them you need to make sure you have file-sharing enabled.


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