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HTC allegedly working on an Octa-core version of HTC One

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HTC allegedly working on an Octa-core version of HTC One  - read the full textHTC is allegedly working on an Octa-core variant of its current flagship smartphone, the HTC One. According to a new report, the upcoming version of the metallic beauty will also feature 3 GB of RAM. The HTC One with Octa-core processor is also said to come with a couple of software...


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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-09-23 22:05 from IHbK - click to readthe phone is perfect the way it is. Hope the octa core is real cover networks across the us and asia really hand for me when im in japan

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  • 2013-09-24 06:46
  • k1k5

I have a htc one, but I am not satisfied about that phone, it have power button on the top, it is really difficult,

It have ultra pixel camera but 4mp, it is so poorer then other android and ios devices

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  • 2013-09-24 06:27
  • U{H2

> In reply to geordie81 @ 2013-09-24 05:49 from 3W9U - click to readI agree with you but I Dont think 64bit architecture is merely a gimmick, it's future proofing, smartphone are getting increasingly powerful and the apps and games more tasking,

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  • 2013-09-24 06:16
  • N9@T

> In reply to eokwuanga @ 2013-09-23 21:20 from N9@T - click to readocta core, 64bit cpu, blah blah blah there all just gimmick selling points, i am a samsung s4 owner and in my experience there is totally no reason to need an octa core processor, at the same time there is even less need for a 64bit cpu, especially one thats in a tiny phone, you lose any potential benefit to that screen size.
this is showing that apple are notany more efficient then the other phone makers, they are just like the rest of the pack.....they are chasing the numbers game, they may be dual core, but 64bit architecture is un heard of yet in a phone and is totally unneeded and it would clearly blow the 32bit competition out of the water as proved in the specs., personally, i hope the phone makers focus on making phones better rather then just making the specs higher, phones are super fast regardless of latest makers design be it LG, or sony, or Samsung or Apple or so on, how about improving the storage, the camera, and so on.......

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  • 2013-09-24 05:49
  • 3W9U

lets all shout copy.....oh wait its a non samsung post so why would we!!!

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  • 2013-09-24 05:32
  • 3W9U

8 Cores is completely ridiculous. My computer has 8 cores! (4770k) Android probably doesnt even support 8 cores. and i would bet my life that not even 1% of the apps on the android play store supports or will support 8 cores in the future. Why dont these processor companies work on making the current gen quad cores more efficient? Better battery life and performance would result out of that. And app publishers dont have to write more code in order for their app to support 8 cores

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  • 2013-09-24 05:30
  • sgx1

> In reply to kyle griffiths @ 2013-09-24 03:27 from vuZ{ - click to readI didn't say it had onscreen buttons, I was referring to the HTC One, and I was saying that the next iteration of the One should have soft keys/capacitive buttons like the Evo. Onscreen buttons sucks.

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  • 2013-09-24 05:27
  • IHbK

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-09-23 22:05 from IHbK - click to readthe htc evo had far from on screen buttons. They still were capacitive, exactly like the HTC one's. Sony's xpeaia Z devices, LG optimus G2 and the nexus line all feature on screen buttons.

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  • 2013-09-24 03:27
  • vuZ{

HTC ONE: Add a Super Amoled Screen - drop the duller imaging of the LCD. Drop Blink feed as the only option for home screen. HTC ONE MINI: Same changes to screen and blink. but increases its ram to 1.5 to 2gig.
The blink and LCD were limiting recently so in the interim I just bought our 2nd HTC One S due to slimness, No Blink and Super Screen - nice.

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  • 2013-09-24 03:03
  • P$ZM

Hardly relevant.
More importantly is the PRISM spy issues with all things Google, and that means Android.
You have to be crazy to have an Android device in today's world if you value your privacy.

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  • 2013-09-24 02:27
  • sSVk

Oww that fancy CPU.. Great!
and it's so hard for them to pack a new octa ultra pixel (8ûP), isn't it?

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  • 2013-09-24 02:11
  • PFx6

htc one x
htc one x+

htc one
htc one +??

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  • 2013-09-24 01:29
  • xZsy

Where are the Samsung HATERS its the same design come on where are you all? Next so they FOLLOWED Apple with their design also without memory card and replaceable battery and followed Nokia with Colored Lumias so now following Samsung with 8 core stay tuned to GSM Arena folks so to see whats next the point when manufacturers jump on the internet as if they were THE FIRST when they are following someone else thats crazy

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  • 2013-09-24 00:03
  • jxXT

Have you ever heard of HTC ZETA?
It was rumored to be launched 1 year before HTC One X...It was a dream phone, those specs at that time were killer they are obsolete (except for the processor that is exactly snapdragon 800 tacted at 2.5 ghz).
so..everything is possible.

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  • 2013-09-23 23:52
  • nD$w

> In reply to eokwuanga @ 2013-09-23 21:20 from N9@T - click to readApple and IOS does not blow anything out of the water. It only does milo seconds better because it's no more than a glorified app launcher.

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  • 2013-09-23 23:39
  • 4QSR

just a custom build.prop

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  • 2013-09-23 22:08
  • Yekr

> In reply to Pawan Kalyan @ 2013-09-23 19:50 from 95qs - click to readAnd ditch the onscreen buttons in favor of soft keys, like the HTC EVO. Then they will truly have a winner.

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  • 2013-09-23 22:05
  • IHbK

I love octa cores bring it on HTC, it help you flying high again with eight wings hahaha can't wait

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  • 2013-09-23 22:03
  • jes8

And the android numbers race continues, I think the iphone 5s and moto x have proven that the higher the number of cores doesn't necessarily mean better performance, I mean look at apples latest A7 dual core CPU, it blows every current device CPU out of the water even samsungs own octa core S4.

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  • 2013-09-23 21:20
  • N9@T

Hope they bump the pixel count of the UltraPixel camera to double its current pixels. This would make it considerably better than the vast majority of Android phones.

Hey, and if they add optical stabilization then we are really in business :)

I am glad they are sticking with the same design, which together with the Xperia is y far the best in the Android world (not quite as elegant and simple as the iPhone, but close).

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  • 2013-09-23 21:15
  • IiEY

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