Anonymous, 13 Jan 2015Surely that's their fault for cheaping out and using a lower end model expecting top end perfo... moreSo you're saying creating a "crippled" product because of price is a really good thing for a brand? The only reason Motorola is existing right now is because their low-ends are of very high quality.
All people are going to remember is I brought an HTC, and I got a sluggish, plastic product and won't even acknowledge the "One M8s" existence. They're not going to say "low end".
HTC are alot like Sennheiser they can only make premium products.
AnonD-108806, 13 Jan 2015Well, I don't know about low-end, but with their flagships, I'm very satisfied with HTC One M8... moreThat is exactly the two commenters point. HTC are a high end company and should have maintained that, instead of trying low ends. They should also know that having low end phones in their portfolio makes them a more undesirable brand. Their high end Desires and their flagship "One" are mind blowing.
Well, I don't know about low-end, but with their flagships, I'm very satisfied with HTC One M8, they just have to upgrade the camera, but the cellphone works very well in these almost 7 months using it. No problem at all.
Surely that's their fault for cheaping out and using a lower end model expecting top end performance. I've now used the One X, One M7 & One M8 all of which are great phones.
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2015Less phones HTC, less phones. People wont say "HTC One rules" but would say I used a... moreYeah this sounds like low end and HTC low end are the worst, Wildfire has won several awards for being one of the worst phones ever made, maybe the worst of all. And it hasnt stopped, the sister of a girl i know bought a cheap Desire model just under a year ago, i cant remember the model number, and the only times the phone wasnt a nightmare was when it was in for service, and thankfully HTC service is still so bad that it takes months to fix small problems, so that the phone spent more time in service than being used.
HTC maybe wants to go down the same road as Samsung with its 1001 variations?