Phonemix, 10 Aug 2013Guys I need help ASAP .... Shud I get this htc one or an iPhone 5 .... I'm so confused.lol.htc one!
Guys I need help ASAP .... Shud I get this htc one or an iPhone 5 .... I'm so confused.
I have this for a month now, and now I can surely say that it is currently the smoothest android to date (exluding the nexus editions). Even the sgs4 lags quite badly to open basic apps like dialer or settings, thats not the case with htc one. Try it out for yourself and you will see :)
awesome....it was super....it was a new experiance for me..i prefer every one for buy this....it is very friendly and nice for use....its absltly worth.....
Chebulla, 09 Aug 2013Of course the battery is replacable. You just have to take it in service.Thankyou......
i am gng to get the beast HTC ONE
What a brilliant phone !
But unfortunately I had to return it back to the seller because of very bad network reception. What a pitty !
For that price range you can only expect outstanding performances which is not the case for the common basic function of a phone : being able to get network for calls... Reviews on internet speak about brilliant recpetion. That isn't true. Too bad, I'm so disappointed. Don't know which other phone to buy in replacement of my Xperia ARC S. I don't want an iPhone, Galaxy S4, Xperia Z. Maybe later this year a Nokia 925 whenever Windows Mobile proves to be a good replacement for android and ios.
The HTC One is by far the best Handset that HTC have released to date.
Previously having an Iphone5 and a Samsung Galaxy S3, I found that the Iphone you couldn't personalise the handset
and the Samsung Galaxy S3 often froze.
The HTC Ones camera is amazing, although lags when is on 'flash mode'
I find the handset is a great design. screen with the constant feed is great,
and the extra features turning your phone in to a remote is awesome!
You can also change the background of the text messaging to a photo.
Happy Happy Happy
No doubt HTC ONE is one of the best htc has ever made. Htc makes good software mostly bug free, lag free than its competitors. But where htc lags behind is when updating their flagship phones with latest android. However we all know that htc has just released 4.2 2 to htc one. But regarding my personal experience with htc I can bet u that in coming months whenever Google announce its next android i.e key lime pie, either htc in future will going to cancel it or may take ages to update. Am not a htc hater, but its just a feedback from myself to help htc do better. Even SONY is being so much aggressive with their updates so why htc lags behind? ? I hope htc should learn from SONY.
Recconer, 08 Aug 2013hi, i am so confused whether to buy HTC one or GS4.... I like HTC one the most, but it comes ... moreIts like this, batteries for both htc1 and s4 could break down. w/ s4 its easy to replace, either way you spend money. My htc desire has been w/ me for the longest time, battery is still in good condition (easy to replace, removable). Incase my htc one battery dies, i'll just have it serviced, and i dont expect it to die on me because i know how to take care of it. Just monitor your battery during the first few days so you'll know if you had a "lemon" or defective unit so you can replace it just incase, same goes for other brands anyway.
k, 08 Aug 2013Do check the new lg G2 too.LG has a terrible UI you'll regret. HTC will always be the best choice for everyone...
Got this phone for my mate an tried it out,an found the usb connector not very long an usb data cable can easily be disconnected,speakers spot on,an body o.k but can be very damaged an marked easily,people will miss the removable battery an micro sd card slot,so find my S4 alot better choice because of HTC not offering this
hi, i am so confused whether to buy HTC one or GS4....
I like HTC one the most, but it comes with non removable battry. what if the battery goes down ?? cant we able to replace the battery ?????
if the battery could be replaced then i am definitely going to buy the htc one.....
Need some urgent buying advice.
I am really split between the htc one and galaxy S4. my priorities are a solid performing device that lasts me long.
keeping in mind that i am from India, can anyone point me towards a direction?
Any help is appreciated. :)
steff, 08 Aug 2013So I just wanted to say a few things about the phone. I got the phone coming from an HTC inspi... moreDownload the official Microsoft Office app from the Google Play Store or QuickOffice, Polaris Office, ect.
And don't drop your phones for christ sake. Or if you tend to drope them then protect them with either a case or a leather pouch. 1st world problems smh