Gallery: HTC One Launch Event

On Monday (18th Feb.) at 11:30 am (GMT +1) my trip to London will begin. For the next couple of days I will be relating everything connected with HTC London Event. Here is the place where I will also upload pictures from this trip. I hope this will be a great journey!

Start: 18th Feb. 2013
KRK (11:30 am GMT +1) ---> WAW (12:25 pm GMT +1) ---> LHR (04:40 pm GMT)

18th Feb. - flying to London. Guess who can be the best trip mate? ;)



19th Feb. - big day has come. Searching for a place where the Event is going to start I found this. Look how phones have changed during the years... ;)


There is something really special going to happen in this store after then Event is over. Can you guess what?


The waiting line was getting longer and longer...


HTC Elevate members. What a great guys they are!


And I'm inside already!


Do you know Emma? I do! :)


Peter Chou, HTC CEO on the stage. Finally!



Here comes the star of the show...



HTC One is not only new hardware. It's entirely new HTC Sense 5.0 UI.


Now a little spoiler...




So let's get back to the show... Tim Armstrong, AOL CEO.



Small video showing the process of making zero-gaps HTC One body.



And here is the device itself! PS. Hands are not mine ;)










Emma, HTC Elevate most attractive member ;)


Jason Dunn, HTC Senior Manager smiling with Emma after the great show.


Some samples from the process of forming the aluminum body.



Little snack bar if someone got hungry.



So many HTC One's in ONE place :)





Accessories for HTC One:








What are theses guys doing?!






Back again to what this all is about...












After the show I had some great time with HTC & HTC Elevate VIPs!






So finally I had a chance to play a little longer with HTC One...


So I decided to take a quick look at the software this time...














...and I had to enter this :)


For now that would be all, in a few days I will try to write short article describing my feelings about what I saw today and some of the new Sense UI features (like folders inside app drawer!).

I can already tell you, that HTC One will be supported by Android Revolution HD. Why? Because it's one piece of a damn great device!