[deleted post]the hell you talking about? this phone isn't even available yet in the US, let alone malaysia. i live in malaysia too. please be more specific. what exactly is your problem with HTC?
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2013Oh No. HTC's making big mistake again. They release One X last year and few months later the H... moreThere are apparently 3 galaxy S4 phones on the market so its just not htc that is giving people a choice which im sure is a good thing. S4, S4 active and S4 zoom. Bigger battery, better processer and a expandable memory slot are the improvements and if companys gave you the perfect phone there would be no point in you guys upgrading, Its a sucsessful marketing tactic that has worked for years!
The HTC butterfly was reborn! And the result is almost PERFECTION! Though it didn't adopted the metal body of the ONE, the unibody polycarbonate design is already sturdy and elegant. Don't care if it's relatively thick. Slimness is not a big factor when considering buying a phone. lack of LTE is not a big issue since there's a lot of regions which do not support it yet so just wait for your carrier version of the phone if you are let say from the US. All I can say is that the specs are impeccable! Nice one HTC! :-D
Just launch this phone in Dual SIM and it will great achievement for HTC
I think the large battery is great. i do not need a phone that is razor thin and only last a few hours. my opinion its the best phone on the market
AnonD-128577, 20 Jun 2013Beautiful design. Much expected from HTC. Gonna move away from Samsung now. Never tried a HTC ... moreYeah dude!
I have had a htc for two years now. Extremely happy with quality. Hell- the battery health is good after two years of charging!!!!
Anonymous, 20 Jun 20133100 mah is huge battery indeed but the added weight and size is not welcome. They should have... moreA great phone with a greater battery. It's specs coud shame the htc one.
Heads up Samsung, there is a new one here!
And speaking about the weight, it is because of the inner reinforced frame/supports. (He bigger battery does not add much.
And I gues we prefer heavy, solid phones to lightweight ones that feel so flimsy in the hand.
An even bigger-power battery would have been in order. I don't understand why phones are being made with the capacity to do myriads of fancy and exciting things, but they are equipped with batteries that barely provide enough power to keep the phones working for even two days. There is no fun in having to charge a phone virtually each day.
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2013Hello HTC, the overall design is ok. I love the bigger battery capacity most of all. But I thi... moreDude.. Even the best of everything's ng is not liked by few.. No comments any or brand can listen to all the customers.. And HTC rules for those who believe in being quietly brilliant. And those who don't believe are the unsatisfied customers..