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  • [VIDEO] Unboxing the HTC One

    This is an unboxing video the HTC One. I'm going to start doing videos again. Sorry for the long break.

    It is the AT&T version... Note that the Sprint version does have a SIM card tray. This is the first in their lineup to have one as far as I know. Will this bring complications to the flashing process? Well possibly. We've gotten away with other devices not using the RUIM (which most people refer to as the SIM card).

    Actually doesn't start till like 3 min in or something. Just some random chatter in the beginning :-).



    HTC One Specifications (courtesy pc-tablet.com)


    • Display: 4.7in, 10801920 (468ppi)
    • OS: Android 4.1.2 with HTC Sense 5
    • CPU: Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon BOO d 1.7GHz
    • Storage: 3EGB/64GB (no microSD)
    • RAM: 2GB
    • Camera: 4UP, 1080p(i30Fps (rear); 2.1 MP (front)
    • Connectivity: 3.5mm, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, aptX, IR, microllSB2.0
    • Battery: 2300mAh


    This article was originally published in forum thread: [VIDEO] Unboxing the HTC One started by chrisngrod View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. indica's Avatar
      indica -
      thanks chris! love these unboxings
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      Quote Originally Posted by indica View Post
      thanks chris! love these unboxings
      Thanks for the words of encouragement!
    1. Jeanx Justification's Avatar
      Jeanx Justification -
      Hey so its been learned that the Sprint version of the HTC One is going to have a removeable SIM Card. Do u think this will open the opportunity of making it compatible with Crickets 4g LTE. I read that cricket runs on the same frequency as sprint so maybe?
    1. Chris Rodriguez's Avatar
      Chris Rodriguez -
      Cricket LTE uses AWS bands. Another issue is how Cricket uses SIM cards.

      You can't just swap the SIM. Try taking a Cricket GS3 SIM and putting it in a One SV. You'll see what I mean.

      ME error is what it says IIRC.
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