Taiwanese tech firm HTC has unveiled the new HTC One smartphone.
The One features a new BlinkFeed homescreen, which delivers constantly updated snippets of news, social updates and other information.
The device has a 4.7-inch full HD touchscreen with 468 pixels per square inch, as well as a 1.7Ghz quad-core SnapDragon 600 processor and 2GBs of RAM.
Other hardware features include a built-in infrared port for controlling your TV, LTE connectivity and near-field communications (NFC). In terms of storage, users can choose either 32GB or 64GB models, with no microSD expansion.
The One also features a new camera, using what it calls UltraPixel technology. HTC has introduced a new service called 'Zoe' as well, which films a short three second clip, letting users choose a frame for the photo. Zoe content can also be uploaded to HTC's servers and shared with social networks.
The One also features a variety of other tweaks, such as improved audio recording and dynamic call volume adjustment.
The HTC One will be available worldwide from March, with Cell C and Vodacom being local partners.
For a more detailed spec sheet, visit the HTC One webpage.