So far, only device with Sony's Exmor RS sensor like the Xperia Z and the Oppo Find 5 have been outed with hardwired HDR video capabilities. Next in sync with that trend is the HTC One, which will hit shelves with the high dynamic range video feature that combines different exposure settings on the fly to avoid over- or underexposed videos.
We shot some footage with the optically-stabilized UltraPixel camera on the HTC One in both normal and HDR modes, so you can have a rough idea about the difference the high dynamic range video makes. We also tried the slow motion mode, so you can check out the results in the slideshow below. Bear in mind that these display HTC One units might not be completely finalized for retail appearance, so we'll wait for the final unit to place a verdict.
HTC One HDR and slow motion video samples vs normal mode comparison