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HTC One camera vs. Nokia Lumia 920

With just a few days until the HTC one (formerly known as the HTC M7) has its unveil it comes as no surprise that new details are coming in thick and fast. Over the past few days HTC’s Twitter has been letting out little snippets of information, and while these may not show much, they do get you thinking.

The latest is a fine example, as it is an image of some lenses on their Twitter page. We already know that one of the key features of the HTC One will be its camera, but maybe this new flagship model could compete with the camera on the Nokia Lumia 920? We know that Nokia’s handset is a powerhouse in the camera department, so maybe HTC would like to battle it out with their rivals.

If this is to be the case and the HTC One camera is going to have superb specs, such has a high megapixel and high quality lens, then we are sure that there will be plenty of HTC One vs. Nokia Lumia 920 camera reviews appear on YouTube.

However, if HTC wish to have a professional camera in a smartphone then they are going to need to take things to another level. We know that HTC is capable, it’s just if they have been willing to put in the effort.

We expect three of the big US carriers to take on the HTC One, but if you are a Verizon customer, then you will be disappointed to learn that you will not be one of them. Are you surprised by this?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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