The HTC One+ rumours have been growing, and as we close in on its impending release, we’re here to take a look at what we can expect from its fantastic display.
Here’s our guide to rumours as we take a look at everything to expect from the HTC One+.
HTC One+ Screen Specs
If all of the rumours and leaks are true, then we can expect to see the HTC One+ feature a 5” screen, heading up from the 4.7” effort that the original HTC One worked with so well.
This upgrade is no surprise to us, especially after hearing that all of the other major manufacturers are aiming to boast bigger displays this year.
Behind the glass, we’ll be seeing a full HD display, thanks to the HTC’s 1080p resolution and 440 pixel per inch ratio, giving all images a far sharper quality compared to previous releases.
Another rumour suggests that HTC is working with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, which looks a definite possibility for the One+. In practice, this would mean the HTC One+ would have an improved display with added protection against those unfortunate bumps and scrapes.
So if you fancy having a screen that looks great and can survive the odd drop, maybe the HTC One+ could be for you.
While it might not be mind-blowing news but it is definitely a solid improvement from HTC for its brand new flagship handset.
With exciting One+ Mini and Max smartphone releases also expected to arrive in 2014, the Taiwanese manufacturers look set to reclaim some much needed Android market share.
HTC One+, joining the batch of super flagship displays?
We’ve seen rumours of the Sony Xperia Z2 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 working hard on their screens, and HTC is seemingly joining them to create a batch of ‘next-generation’ full HD displays.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is set to feature a 2K display, which is sharper than the human eye can actually detect. The Xperia Z2 is also jumping on the HD bandwagon with a 1440p resolution, whilst the HTC One+ is sporting a slightly smaller 1080p display.
Whilst this may just sound like a load of jargon, in reality it means that all three of these flagship handsets will be full HD efforts, making for beautiful displays.
Whether you’re watching a film, viewing your latest holiday snaps or simply browsing the smartphone’s interface, you will be gifted with a stunning and vivid screen, far more capable than 2013′s batch of smartphones.
The Samsung handset will be packing in 560ppi, the Z2 506ppi and finally the HTC One+ will feature a 440ppi, giving all of them a sharper display than the iPhone 5s by a fair chunk.
If the full HD revolution is on its way for the smartphone, you can bet that it’s starting now, especially with phones like the HTC One+ pushing the boundaries alongside the Xperia Z2 and Galaxy S5.