HTC “Zoe Share” Now Live Ahead Of One Release Date
Article by: Carlo Raphael Diokno — Ahead of its much-anticipated release date, HTC One’s Zoe Share native web site is now up and running, and some uploads are now available for public viewing.
As reported by Android and Me, some lucky HTC One users are already uploading their “Zoe” masterpieces for online viewing. The new software offers seconds-clip videos but it stitches photos and videos together, making a full 30-second video with background music and beautiful transition effects.
A small thing worth noting, on every Zoe shared online, HTC claims that it is their property with “all rights reserved” note located below each collection.
Zoe Share is available only on HTC One, the Taiwan-based phone maker’s new flagship Android handset.
The unlocked HTC One will arrive in Europe beginning March 15, but available online with price tag ranging from $750 to $800 depending on customer’s location, taxes and other fees.
The HTC One is powered by the new Qualcomm 600 quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 5 user interface which includes Zoe and the new BlinkFeed home screen, a 4MP UltraPixel back-facing camera, a front-facing video chat camera and the phone’s biggest feature is its 4.7-inch 1080p LCD display with more than 460 pixels per inch. Source.
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