City streets

Outside even in weak winter sun, the HTC One was able to quickly snap moving people and objects.
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The great outdoors

In sunlight, colors were bright but details were heavily processed.
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More light but more noise.

In low light, color noise became a problem. While the HTC One's sensor lets in more light, it also ups the ISO.
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In studio shots indoors, the HTC One captured images with accurate colors.
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HDR adds extra brightness

The HTC One's HDR mode uses a backside illuminated sensor to pump up brightness in shadows and adds detail under strong lighting.
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Pictures for play

The HTC One's camera is fast enough to capture kids at play.
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