I am interested to buy HTC One Dual Sim, can anyone give me some opinion on its performance compare to single sim ?
my friends,i set up my phone priority before installing any programs.i choose sd card for install apps and games and .... setting>storage>storage setting>update all.then choose sd card.(but system file remain in phone and new apps you install go to sd).I have this great phone and have instagram,viber,games,adobe reader and .... on sd.
SOURCE, 20 Apr 2014* No, I can't move/copy files from internal to external, I've read that maybe it's something t... moreOk thanx. But I read that 802w also installed with Google Play after Rooting it. Then 802d must have same rooted Google play. So why 802w has more often critical issues than 802d ?? Anyone in forum who knows what difference between the two Plz reply. I m unable to find 802d here in Pakistan and reluctant for 802w. Should I buy 802w ?
usnawaz, 20 Apr 2014Can you transfer files from internal memory to External SD card??
Or there is no option for ... more* No, I can't move/copy files from internal to external, I've read that maybe it's something to do with Android KitKat 4.4, cause I can't either on Galaxy Note 3 KitKat (so for the time being, I do the transfer via PC)
* From what I browse & read in previous older comments, 802w is for chinese market with no Google Play included, so then I suppose 802d is for International/Global market
SOURCE, 19 Apr 2014Finally bought this, I got HTC One Dual Sim 802d in Black, updated to KitKat 4.4.2 HTC Sense 5... moreCan you transfer files from internal memory to External SD card??
Or there is no option for this by default??
Also what is different in
802d and 802w version of this??
Plz reply as I m in similar situation as you were before you bought it..!
Has anyone received an update to Android 4.4 (Kitkat) on this phone?
Thalib, 20 Apr 2014How about network issues on sim 1 and 2?No network issue so far, both slot for sim 1 & 2 working just fine.
The only downside as I mentioned before is this HTC One DS take 1-3 minutes to recognize both sim 1 & sim 2 each time I restart (turn on) the phone.
My HTC One SC can do much quicker than that. Just saying.
Finally bought this, I got HTC One Dual Sim 802d in Black, updated to KitKat 4.4.2 HTC Sense 5.5 right away. Was so worried with all the problems and negative comments on this device, but here goes my experience so far:
+ no issue with purple/blueish camera
+ no issue with memory card, I use 32gb SanDisk Ultra
+ no issue with undetected simcard in both slot (cdma/gsm)
+ no issue moving apps to external sd card, work just fine
+ HTC Sense 5.5 give an option to turn off the blink feed, which is good for power saving
- got dead pixels but was replaced right away to new unit
- takes time to recognize both sim card, 1-3 minutes
- camera quality should have been better for such high-end phone
- battery capacity should have been bigger for such screen quality & processor
- very limited case cover to choose from, I use Nillkin flip cover, fit perfectly
In conclusion, my 3rd experience of dual sim phones after HTC Desire VC & HTC One SC, and I simply love it, what a relief I havent faced any major issues. Cant wait for HTC Sense 6.0 on May/June!
vicky, 18 Apr 2014I bought dis phone just 3 days ago. I can't transfer internal memory to sd card cz there are n... moreWill you exchange with my Samsung S4 Active if you are not satisfy with HTC one.
I bought dis phone just 3 days ago. I can't transfer internal memory to sd card cz there are no options. Dnt even think 2 buy dis phone
marius74, 16 Apr 2014I just bought this phone and after the update to 4.4.2 very often it does not recognise any on... moreIf you bought the Chinese version, it is rooted in order to install Google play and then locked. It has Android v.4.1. If you flashed it with Android v.4.4 which is not designed for dual sim, then for sure you will encounter problem with sim operation.
Ben, 12 Apr 2014 I want to buy HTC One M7, but am confused betwen Single SIM and the Dual SIM. Though in my Co... moreIf you are a frequent traveler abroad, dual sim is better since you can use the first slot for your hometown's sim card on roaming abroad, and can use the second slot if you buy sim card abroad for local calls. If you are not a frequent traveler, single sim will do.
I just bought this phone and after the update to 4.4.2 very often it does not recognise any on the SIMs. I'm very disapointed as it cost a lot of money
Recently purchased HTC one Dual Sim phone.
I am not able to connect to H+..very bad phone..
As compare to other smart phones.
People may say "This is not good, That is not working properly" but as far as me... Its working fine and I just love it. The screen resolution is amazing when compared to other smartphones..
I bought this phone on Feb-2014 so far i haven't faced any problems. The only thing which I am not satisfied with phone is the Primary camera, it would have been having more Megapixels (more ultrapixels may be 8UP).