The HTC J One now comes to Japan with most often demanded removable storage. The Japanese carrier KDDI and HTC both have announced product officially. It’s a bit awkward to see that the Smartphone is coming under a J One moniker.
The HTC J One enjoys the same striking aluminum design, but comes with an additional microSD card slot to expand its storage capacity.
Now users can use a massive memory up to 64 gigabytes which will be sufficient to satisfy their storage requirements. The new version differs from its international cousin by the extra IR transmitter placed blow the camera. To enable the NFC-based payment system, there is a FeliCa logo.
Nevertheless, it is not obvious so far whether the KDDI edition of the HTC J One would have a removable back cover alike to the Chinese version of the Smartphone. Well, this is probably the only suitable place to insert the MicroSD card.
We know you must be getting curious to know the release date of this demanding handset. Well, the HTC J One will make its debut in Japan in the early days of June. It means you have got an extensive time period to observe the HTC One review. Analyze the specs and features of the device to know whether it’s a suitable device fit for your pocket or not.
It is worth mentioning that the Japanese version will support 1Seg digital terrestrial television broadcast. HTC also intends to debut some useful new accessories along with the J One. Another supportive item with the handset is a hard shell cover plus kickstand. It will be very useful for the users to watch high definition videos on the device or to play games in a convenient mode.
This is not for the first time when HTC has announced a localized version of their flagship, but they also unveiled a Chinese version of the same Smartphone last month. It was specifically made for the Chinese people, and now another confined variant, HTC J One, heads to the Japanese market.