still S3 is the leader and it will continue for a long time same as S2. 1. Good Battery 2. No heating issues 3. Fast processing power with plenty of ram 4.After sales support 5. Availability of resources 6.Excellent camera 7.Stable 3G and wifi connectivity 8. Choices of colour 9.Good auido quality on voip services like skype and viber 10.Inbuilt 3G video call option which is lacking in other brands 11. S voice 12. Multi window and a lot more useful features.
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2013with 64 gigs internal memory what did sd card for?For those who still complain that there is no sd card slot despite the 64gb
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2013with 64 gigs internal memory what did sd card for?flashing roms for example
vld93mm, 22 Feb 2013No, that's mistake, this phone has camera 4 UP (Ultra Pixels) it's something new, we are all w... moreI already saw sample photos taken with One during the launch event. Pretty bad, very over exposed and bad color.
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2013its actually not megapixel camera.... its an ultra pixel camera... funny how you guys get suck into this "ultra megapixel" rubbish... that is just a term HTC used to make it stand out.. it will be, I looked at the photos and there pretty ordinary for what HTC claims...
AnonD-114468, 20 Feb 2013Sure.....no need to get confused....... HTC one is the best smart phone untill now.....and for... moreXperia z is better somewhat than butterfly in terms of benchmarks,
Coz Sony's time scape in nothing exceptional to offer if compared to htcs sense UI.
But in real life scenarios screen quality of butterfly is far better than xperia z
And also the sound of butterfly whelther hansfree or on headphone seems to be much better
And so is the battery life. So who the hell cares about synthetic benchmarking.
No doubt one is best till date but butterfly in nowhere shirt to excellent atleast in comparison to Sony
Ya I will go with. HTC one fr sure and thanks fr suggesting
Anonymous, 22 Feb 2013meh.. I believe this isnt going to attract enough people. Sony xperia z is definetly better th... moremay b...let the smartphone come to the wild.but damn sure,its nowhere near to 808's prowess,whatever htc may advertise.(check hands on)