Anonymous, 27 Mar 2013It is you who can not read:
Best battery life for power user : Web browsing + Talk time + Vid... more"Best battery life for power user : Web browsing + Talk time + Video pb (HTC one 33:38 / GS4 32:51)"
True if you use your phone constantly 24hrs/day. But at least half of the time it will be in standby mode, where it looses dramatically (Endurance rating (3hrs/day of calls+browsing+video and the rest is standby mode) HTC1=48 vs GS4=63
However, I still choose HTC One (:
t.lee, 27 Mar 2013There is one question for the author of this review.
I want to know if the photos of HTC One ... moreI ask this question before and many comment add after that, but with no answer although I feel like it's a very important question to be answer, Moreover I feel resizing image of one is't a pro way to compare pixel of HTC one camera with pixel of SG4 camera, and some who it is misleading for customers who don't understand who resizing in computer been accomplished.
In the last this is a mobile camera used by most of user to capture images to use in a normal customer field not a pro field like a posters, if you want to do so then you must buy DSLR camera or I believe you don't know what professional images mean.
JaM1977, 27 Mar 2013i saw FM radio in some other review, but that was Exynos based version...thanks!
There is one question for the author of this review.
I want to know if the photos of HTC One camera is taken before this update?
If so, please update the camera detail comparison page.
allan, 27 Mar 2013Samsung Galaxy S4 has`nt radio FM ? It`s very big mistake!i saw FM radio in some other review, but that was Exynos based version...
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2013You must not have read they review...You just completely contradicted it in every aspectIt is you who can not read:
Best battery life for power user : Web browsing + Talk time + Video pb (HTC one 33:38 / GS4 32:51)
Best design: incontestable,
Best screen with true life colors ( evident), good contrast and high pixel density (same resolution, lower screen), high brighnest (HTC One : 647 / GS4 : 404)
Lower price (especially considering 32 Gb right of the box).HTC One 630 € for 32 GB / GS4 680€ for only 16 GB
Camera features (and more reliable camera)
That's fact !
midas84, 27 Mar 2013Well in fairnessmy comment about dropping a phone and the battery flying out was in comparison... moreYou may not need or want it, but it is most definitely a positive. Yes with cloud and all its less needed, but a physical always right there back up can never truly be replaced. It's always there, always accessible, and always a good speed...and physically there. And you might not use up your memory, but with 320kb and flac and 20mbps video framerate many people can. I agree on variety and choice though. Its the spice of life. I favor the S4, but I would be much happier to see many with it as well as others witht the One and the Z and Nokia and the Lenovo
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2013There is no replacement to having a physical back of your data on hand and being able to just ... moreWell in fairnessmy comment about dropping a phone and the battery flying out was in comparison with other phones with a plastic back (i've never had an S3 or used S4). With the expandable memory I strongly believe thats also preference as well. With so many cloud services available, we no longer need to carry a memory card in our phones and remove it. Just log in to your cloud storage provider. Thats my opinion and preference anyway. I appreciate we all choose our phones for different reasons. The point I'm trying to make is that it is neither a positive or negative of the phones nowadays which dont have memory card or removable battery, as ive explained some of the positive reasons why.
shio, 27 Mar 2013please make camera comparison of indoor/outdoor with galaxy s4 photo taken at 4mp resolution,t... morelol wtf, ya how about we just dumb down the camera on the Galaxy S4 to compare it and make a judgement of quality off of that... retarded.
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2013Very good job! The One clearly wins comparing the important point : Best battery life for pow... moreYou must not have read they review...You just completely contradicted it in every aspect
TLA, 27 Mar 2013You kidding right? Stop this Nokia non sense Okay? Nokia fanboys always think Nokia is the be... moreNokia as a company and quality and camera has for the most part in fact been ahead of most. Especially in the past. They also have not vanished yet and could make something amazing and have made some awesome things recently..Best camera, highest sunlight legibility, the touch of the 920, and so on. Though they have lacked on some things and a Spectacular Nokia style droid would be amazing for us and them. But yes...Sony fans have reach near isheep status
Very good job! The One clearly wins comparing the important point :
Best battery life for power user.
Best screen with true life colors , good contrast and high pixel density, high brighnest
Lower price (especially considering 32 Gb right of the box)
Camera features (and more reliable camera)
DiptaDG, 27 Mar 2013Xperia Z is the silent killer... nonetheless.Lmao.....sure......Mind explaining that one?
DiptaDG, 27 Mar 2013Xperia Z is the silent killer... nonetheless.You kidding right?
Stop this Nokia non sense Okay? Nokia fanboys always think Nokia is the best they still live in denial like you.
Xperia Z is worthless phone i even compared my SIII with my friend's Xperia Z there is no comparison except 1080P for Z and still not that different some colors look much better in SIII than Z, Z has TFT! what Sony was thinking?
Fantastic job gsmarena. Many thanks to you. As expected, GSIV turned out as the superior device. One looks good but GSIV too isn't bad by any means. Only pinch is that it doesn't feel like something really new and I don't think that's a big problem. The victories One scored over the Galaxy were narrow and low pointed. Frankly, videos looked the same on both. Reverse is for the GSIV victories. Screen is a huge key n selling point today and as is the camera and don't forget that battery and card thing. Superb job by Samsung. GSIV rocks.
midas84, 27 Mar 2013Whilst I will agree that there is no doubt the S4 won this battle (not miles ahead of the HTC)... moreThere is no replacement to having a physical back of your data on hand and being able to just swap out what you want or need...all the while still having the built in and all available wireless backups.
Food for thought...It's not very likely for the battery to do that. In fact in most cases it doesn't travel far from the phone...But if that's possible then its possible for the entire phone to fly up under something and get crushed. But by all means choose your favorite. Hopefully HTC has kinked out the dreaded HTC hardware defects "not saying that as a mock Im being serious". And I honestly think they mostly have. The One is no doubt a great advancement for HTC and awesome device in general