The Taiwanese Mobile makers HTC has their most acclaimed device HTC One in the line of fire, as there have been some built issues that have been reported by different customers around the world.
The HTC One was announuced earlier in Feburary this year with some cool presentation which was emphasized that the HTC One was built based on the Zero Gap technology. That means customers can’t see any gaps or margin on the HTC One with naked eyes, but still some of the devices came up with some gaps ranging from 1-3 mm and are quite visible with naked eye.
The images of these devices with reorted built issue has been posted in different forums around the web. The complains are increasing as more and more Taiwanese have found their HTC One aren’t built on the basis of Zero Gap technology. The main issue founs as there is quite a visible gap between the front plastic cover and the back metal body cover. Moreover the HTC One’s built in Audio jack which supposed to 3.5mm and the micro USB port are also not as perfect as you think for such a high profile device.
The issue have been reported to the High level exectives at HTC and they admit that the issue have been found with some devices and the company is always ready to repair or replace such device any time.
We have collected some images from different forums where you can see clearly that the Gaps are quite visible between the fron cover and the back metal case.
You can look in the above Image that there is quite visible gap between the front cover and the housing metal casing.
Visible gap over Audio jack
At the bottom of the device again visible Gap just right side of the micro USB port