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Hello, sweet Jelly Bean

Unlocked and ready to rock

An IR blaster sans software

Same ultrapixel camera

Slim, trim, and metallic

A volume key with texture

Booming speakers

More than a basic camera

Choose the image size

Edit your photos later

A major part of the HTC One Google Play Edition's appeal is its clean Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software.
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As an unlocked GSM handset, Google says that the HTC One Google Play Edition will accept SIM cards from AT&T and T-Mobile. A pop-out slot on the phone's left side lets you swap SIM cards in and out.
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While the top edge of the HTC One Google Play Edition sports an IR blaster (it doubles as the power button), stock Jelly Bean offers no way to use it.
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On back of the HTC One Google Play Edition is the same 4MP "ultrapixel" camera you'll find on the standard One handset.
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It's hard not to stare at the HTC One GPE's svelte aluminum profile.
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The HTC One GPE, just like the standard HTC One, has a trim volume key with a retro rippled texture.
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Flanking the screen are a set of twin speakers for impressive stereo sound.
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The HTC One Google Play Edition's camera app offers the Photo Sphere mode for 360-degree panoramas along with standard horizontal panorama mode.
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The HTC One Google Play Edition's camera tops out at 4MP.
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Within the HTC One GPE's camera app, you have the option of editing images by applying filters and cropping.
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