HTC J One with microSD support arrives in Japan
After the slow start and some supply issues, the latest flagship of the Taiwanese company is hitting more and more countries. Now, the Japanese telecommunication operator KDDI has published a new press release saying than HTC J One will be available in Japan very soon. The letter J in addition to the original name means Japan – or like many other phones launched in the country, it will be slightly different than the original. The HTC J One is coming with some additional bonus features.
Besides Android Jelly Bean, the Ultra Pixel camera, the BlinkFeed and the Zoe there are some other features which are going to make HTC J One so sought after. According to the official press release, HTC J One will arrive with plenty of useful accessories. The other interesting point here is that the phone will support up to 64 GB of external storage using a microSD card. This extended storage will allow users to easily manage the stored data and files and operate with the device. The changes in size and weight are noticeable; HTC J One will be slightly heavier and thicker because of the added components needed for supporting the microSD slot. HTC J One weighs 157g, compared with 143g of the original model.
The other features remain the same. The HTC J One comes with a 4.7-inch 1920 x 1080p LCD display, a 4-megapixel camera on the back and a secondary 2.1 megapixel camera. The processor is a quad-core 1.7 GHz with 2 GB of RAM. As you know this would not be the first local HTC One version. We already saw the Chinese version with microSD slot and dualSIM capabilities. The Japanese version will be available in June both online and at KDDI’s retail stores.