I dnt knw why people love wasting money on fone dat u can get the substitute for a cheaper price. U guys can check on gionee e3,e6,tecno f7 dey offer same specification at low price, these fone ar awesome. Am using tecno Q1 wit ics android OS wit1ghz dual core at low price nd am enjoying it. Wise up
My HTC butterfly screen is going off and on, the volume just stopped working and I just got thus phone may 15.
Have had this phone since last Xmas. A gift. I like it. No lag time. Fast web access. Good battery mgmt software. Battery lasts twice my previous S3. There's a reason why the battery capex remained same. My best so far.
killerbee, 21 Jun 2013papago cannot be install in my butterfly due to resolution to high..any way to install??try papago m11.at google play.
papago cannot be install in my butterfly due to resolution to high..any way to install??
mexwon, 07 Jun 2013i suggest you go to HTC center..more meet then the eye..HTC always giving high quality product... moreTrue. I havent used AMOLED for the same reason. I shall better experiment the phone before buying. Thanks.
I bought three HTC Butterflies yesterday and all have one or more dead pixels and bright white dots (can be clearly seen on black background).
Then I went to HTC showroom and replaced new but unfortunately again got the same issue.
Any of you face with the same issue like mine???
I bought three HTC Butterfly yesterday and all have one or more dead pixels and bright white dots (can be clearly seen on black background.
Then I went HTC showroom and replaced but unfortunately again got the same issue.
Any of you face with the same issue like mine???
Beetee, 09 Jun 2013I am a current owner of an HTC Butterfly. I acquired this phone last February 6, 2013 (obvious... morewow with the price of 30k php..u can already buy a durable 13mp lte 2gb quad core android phone with a lesser price..even by that time the s4 was still not released in the philippines
Beetee, 09 Jun 2013I am a current owner of an HTC Butterfly. I acquired this phone last February 6, 2013 (obvious... moreIn short, you should be the most unfortunate one. No LTE is the fact and you should knew it before purchasing the phone.
I am a current owner of an HTC Butterfly. I acquired this phone last February 6, 2013 (obviously my phone is under warranty). I was extremely impressed with the aesthetics, the screen resolution and the processor speed. I was a little annoyed however with the fact that the phone was not LTE ready and the battery was a measly 2020 mAh. In spite of that I even recommended your dual-sim Android to my brother-in-law since he needed one.
Last April I noticed that the left hand trim on the phone started to come loose. It seems that the quality of the adhesive used was poor. I tried using your website but it is rather difficult to use. Eventually I found out that you only have one repair center in the Philippines.
I even managed register my phone (case 13PHCW19ENA000465). Since I did not have the time to bring the phone to your service center I managed to repair the trim myself with regular 3M double-sided tape. I did not have time since I had a trip to the Netherlands. I managed to compare it with another flagship phone that my mother recently bought. (Not an HTC. After my experience with this phone I strongly discouraged my mother from getting any HTC product, she takes my recommendation since as she puts it she is a digi-dinosaur). After the issue with the trim was fixed your service center called weeks after to follow-up. I told them I fixed it with double-sided tape.
I was ready to do-with and let-go the previous defect. However last June 7, 2013 the screen on the phone inexplicably flickered and wouldn’t work. As it stands the phone is broken.
I have never dropped the phone nor mishandled it. I have never rooted the phone. It seems that the build quality is incredibly lacking for a phone worth $700.00. (Php30,000.00).
Your competitors have already come out with Aluminum Casing and glass sandwiched 5-inch phones. It seems that the HTC One was created in response to this (durable aluminum casing). That begs the question, was the HTC Butterfly released just to satisfy a market but neglected build quality?
I know that you cannot satisfy all of your customers but your company will never beat the other phone manufacturers at your current state.
Please consider the following points:
• As of January 2013 the standard for a flagship phone worth more than $600.00 should be:
o Aluminum Casing/glass sandwich/Kevlar (or any durable material which is NOT plastic)
o A high capacity battery level. A 5-inch quad core phone should NOT have a battery less than 2400 mAh.
o The phone does have good screen resolution at 441 ppi.
o LTE as standard.
• More service centers in South-East Asia.
• More service centers in Europe.
• A better research, DESIGN and development team. (Please compare your HTC One design language to Blackberry Z10. Another lemon of a phone. Both phone look too alike.)
• A company commitment to durability.
To get a feel of how lacking the service is and how much work the company needs in quality please refer to this website.
jack, 28 May 2013i had bought this phone for 2 months and it works perfectly until yesterday i cahrged the phon... morerelax..it's normal and rare happen almost to all smartphones nowadays...try to restart or reset will be better..seems like application instruction faulty..
Sapna Mulani, 30 May 2013Anybody please help me with build quality . I have read many users saying that it is weak.. ... morei suggest you go to HTC center..more meet then the eye..HTC always giving high quality product..don't trust anyone unless you see for yourself..Although butterfly are LCD not AMOLED but for the 1080p i choose HTC due their realistic effect..AMOLED just for shiny day above the sun.