There is no doubt that htc builds superb phones but its main problem is high prices of its devices. Other phones with equal or even more features from top brands mostly cost less than htc phones. Although they also build good and value for money phones but their smartphones and superphones are quite expensive when compared with other rivals in the market.
The specification looks great to me . Waiting for arrival in my country .
[deleted post]hey you samsung galaxy fanboy! Youre not making any sense here what's up? I just hope that galaxy s4 is not made of plastic just like the rest of samsung phones! They all look cheap! You should monitor the popularity of samsung galaxy s3 only
AnonD-74627, 09 Mar 2013Does this phone support Usb OTG?if yes im definitely gonna get one..In the preview, 1st page, Connectivity: Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, standard microUSB port with MHL and USB host, GPS receiver with A-GPS and GLONASS, 3.5mm audio jack, NFC, IR port. USB host is USB otg.
[deleted post]ooo r u serios??
u dont think maybe alot of man still dont anything know about it??
Fate has upon them, butterfly launched but within month One was lsunched, now in short parts supply, both will floop becuz they never plan nor internal memory increase. only face lifts, one x year old still has lapsese, voice too low, battery twice a day when 24 hours open. It has to happen to them, at last fate of Nokia is envisaged.
Does this phone support Usb OTG?if yes im definitely gonna get one..
Rawr , 08 Mar 2013HTC never listen and learn. There market is shrinking on their own term. If you want people bu... moreTotally agree. These smartphone battery cannot last the day and sometimes not convenient to charge. Only reason I bought Samsung SIII is I can buy spare batteries. The removable SD card is another critical point.
4mp camera? extra bezel just for the logo? stereo speakers 5" apart?
PureView or UltraPixel - Which is the best?
As this article should make abundantly clear, Nokia has already diluted the meaning of its PureView technology with the Nokia Lumia 920. It features little of the photo magic of the Nokia 808 PureView, even if it does offer significant real-world photographic benefits in low light.
The HTC One is technologically much more interesting than the Nokia Lumia 920, offering all of its photo benefits with larger pixels that dramatically change the way it captures photos. However, for our money the Nokia 808 PureView’s snapper is still the most intriguing of the bunch, enabling a decent-quality digital zoom and excellent photo quality. Roll on the Nokia EOS, which is rumoured to use the same photo tech as the 808 PureView, but with Windows Phone 8 software in place of Symbian
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Forget shallow surface opinions. This thing works. All of your essential features actually work and work well, without the need for constant attention. You don't need to be in control of everything, it just works, it integrates well with all my web accounts and it never glitches or stops or crashes. My samsung galaxy did, and apple stuff? forget about it. This is the BMW of phones and the experience is hidden in the details.
This phone is actually pretty awesome! And although the camera is 4mp its not like reg camera its called ultra pixel it looks just as good as an 8mp maybe even better and the camera on this is awesome!! Also the pictures do not do this device justice its all aluminum casing looks sleek. I got a chance to play with this devices give this one a chance I think this is going to be one of the better ones devices this year.
Its a 4mp camera but its called ultra pixel its so amazing it works different than the normal megapixel camera. I had a chance to see it and play with its actually really awesome no to mention the pictures don't do it justice its all metal casing looks pretty awesome
htc one camera is 4 ultra pixel... not megapixel....
just look at the official htc website
Those guys in HTC will never learn. Why in the name of God this phone has no sd card and no removable battery? HTC could easily be the leader in android phone market but they always ruin their efforts. Samsung wins because they offer everything at the same price.
Well i can see why HTC is down and out these days, now they are trying to limit people by providing very limited storage, so that only a few modern-day huge size apps/games fills the space, what this does is people will definitely look to buy new phones everytime HTC release it, after that lack of updates adds to the pain of customers like we saw in DHD, DZ, Sensation/EVO 3D etc, noobs working at HTC are unable to build working os upgrades, but devs in xda does the same with ease, it does makes users quickly fed-up from HTC and switch manufacturer, i am one of them, samsung siv will be my next phone, and in future aswell, specially after their 4.1 update for very old SGS 2!!!
HTC never listen and learn. There market is shrinking on their own term. If you want people buying your products, then making a product that people wanted. MicroSD CARD, Removable Battery, Better Camera (at least make 8MP on paper), and opened the damm Bootloader by default.