The HTC One is an Android smartphone with a 4-megapixel camera and a 28mm equivalent lens with a fast maximum aperture of f/2 and optical image stabilizer. HTC One has an “UltraPixel” camera features a backside-illuminated sensor with a pixel size of 2.0 µm and sensor size of 1/3-inch.
The HTC One also offers a 4.7 inch Full HD 1080p, 468 PPI touchscreen with Touch AF, 8fps burst shooting, built-in flash, Geotagging, Full 1080p HD videos at 30fps, HDR mode for both stills and video, and the innovative Zoe shooting mode, which takes up to 20 shots and a 3 second video to create a “living photo” that you can share with friends and family.
The combination of HTC’s hypersensitive UltraPixel Sensor, high-frequency Optical Image Stabilization, faster shutter speed, and large f/2.0 aperture means users not only get fantastic pictures and video of inanimate objects in low light, but they can capture blur-less action shots without a flash.
Below you can see the detailed specs of the HTC One Ultra Pixel camera.
HTC One Ultra Pixel Camera Specs
|Sensor Type||CMOS BSI|
|Sensor Pixel Size||2 mm X 2 mm|
|Camera Full Size Resolution||2688 x 1520 16:9 ratio
Shutter speed up to 48fps with reduced motion blur
|Video Resolutions||1080P up to 30fps
720P up to 60fps
1080P with HDR up to 28fps
768×432 up to 96fps
H.264 high profile, up to 20mbps
|Focal Length of System||3.82 mm|
|Optical F/# Aperture||F/2.0|
|Number of Lens Elements||5P|
|Optical Image Stabilizer||2-axis, +/- 1 degree (average), 2000 cycles per second|
|ImageChip / ISP Enhancements||HTC continuous autofocus algorithm (~200ms), De-noise algorithm, color shading for lens compensation|
|Maximum frames per second||Up to 8fps continuous shooting|
Also see the full review of HTC one here from PhotographyBlog.