Anonymous, 07 Nov 2015seems to be interesting but there is no fingerprint sensor it seems :(What's so important with fingerprint sensors ?
Make the device using these specs, use a cool design, make the price right, and you will have success.
Doubtful it would have SD820 with that price tag, most likely heliox20
First HTC phone that caught my attention and managed to hold it for at least a minute. If that 64GB/128GB can be further expanded with a microSD card and the camera and battery endurance are good it'll be a winner. Better than any Samsung releases from this year.
Hopefully this will be the flagship HTC needs. That 23MP sensor is sounding a lot like the one on the new Xperia Z5 series so hopefully photography will be a strong point finally on a HTC device.
Decent. . the first HTC phone im starting to admire. . . lost all those bezel cheeks. . . off screen capactive buttons (hope it does have on screen option as in OPO) . . .boom speakers. . . 2k display (4k is overkill as in Z5 with a small battery). . .snapdragon 820. . metal body. . 3500 mah, fingers crossed that this wont look buldgy as the one series. . . and all the white except those stereo speakers, it does looks like a sammy. . .
AnonD-265341, 07 Nov 2015Isn't 2K just FHD?2K is slightly more than FHD. However, it's abused a lot and a lot of articles(including this one) mean QHD as 2k. QHD is technically closer to 2.5K.
AnonD-265341, 07 Nov 2015Isn't 2K just FHD?No 2K is QHD. Full HD is 1080*1920 And QHD or 2K is 1440*2560.
seems to be interesting but there is no fingerprint sensor it seems :(
hTC logo on top... capacitive buttons at the bottom... balance! This is the design i have been waiting for so long! Boomsound is a must! Make it 5.5 - 5.7 inch please...
No black bar! No hopeless HTC logo below the screen! A really nice design and a good battery capacity! Can it be true?
dunno what htc is doing...but they need to think seriously before they act...otherwise they will be GONE like Nokia ....
or they can sell the HTC to ASUS,atleast the potential ASUS can go ahead like a representative of Taiwan in this technology sector...
no offence btw...