HTC has found a way of making its best, the One, even better. How? Simply by plying the original with more of what the punters want and creating the HTC One Dual SIM…
Providing flexibility to flip between phone-connection providers, the relentless road-warrior to bounce between ‘business’ and ‘personal’ when out and about, and the serial philander to keep the betrothed and bit on the side discreetly discrete, the new One Dual SIM offers desirability aplenty. But it’s not just about doubling the digits.
Also arriving into the hands of eager Android-favourers is a souped-up spec list. This includes a superfast 1.7GHz Krait quad-core processor for seamlessly smooth browsing, gaming, multitasking and, of course, document handling, plus a full 32GB of built-in storage which is expandable to a cavernous 64GB via the addition of a microSD card slot for those with a smart-shedload of data to dump somewhere.
But even with new Dual SIMs and microSD being accessed by the now removable back cover, the robust-build feel promises to remain. Everything else that made the HTC One such a solid hit with smartphone aficionados is in place, from the lightweight aluminium body to the social feed fixated upfront Blinkfeed, the UltraPixel rear and 2.1-megapixel front cameras to the BoomSound front-facing stereo speakers and a splendidly sharp 4.7-inch 1080p full display.
Available now on pre-order directly from HTC’s website, the HTC One Dual SIM comes dangling a reassuringly expensive price tag of £495 and, yes, of course you want it!