What are you people complaining about? I am still using my Nokia 1100.the more you get the more you want. Peace....!!!!
ManiKD, 18 Sep 2016htc marlin doesn't support expendable memory...Nexuses never had microSD slot since forever.
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2016Google is falling. They are next Nokia.You are so funny. Nokia has failed because they didn't joined with google (Android). Go and play with your Iphone without making a complete fool out of yourself here.
Grey1213, 18 Sep 2016Clock speed suggests its SD 820. There has been no reputable source saying it uses SD 821 iirc. Android Police said it will be SD821.
KSouth, 17 Sep 20165.2 vs 5.5? Are they stupid? That's basically the same size. What's the point?Dude, you just shotfired Asus zenfone 3 which offers both 5.2 and 5.5 inch screen! xD
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2016SD 820 2nd version it is. Which might be sd821. Every 2016 android flagship have same chip. Ho... moreNot sure where you heard those oneplus 3 battery issue. Mine got no problem at all, easy 7hr screen on time, full time data, not WiFi.
Herodroid, 18 Sep 2016its sd821, because geekbench cannot see the difference between sd820 and sd821 just remember s... moreClock speed suggests its SD 820. There has been no reputable source saying it uses SD 821 iirc.
Grey1213, 17 Sep 2016It uses the sd820. That's what it says. There's no speculation.its sd821, because geekbench cannot see the difference between sd820 and sd821 just remember sd800 and sd801 same scenario
I feel a sense of excitement. The suspense on what G will do in concert with the first-class build strength of HTC. Google is doing some amazing things in the world. makes you wonder what we did without them. All the HTC phones I have had are great One X, One S and One A9. I do hope the G retains the slick smooth metal to glass roundness of the A9 with no sharp edges. The colours of these phones are fun too. Life should have more colour classily done with a bit of personality. Cannot wait to see the final result.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016exactly what I was thinking. huge dissapointment for nexus 5 fans, when the smallest was 5.2... moreMost rumors still point to 5.0" and 5.5." I would think 5.0 and 5.7 would make more sense, but I'm sure google had done their research and determined best selling sizes. I'd like something in the 5.5" to 5.9" size so hopefully the Marlin will be worth getting. All this as I type on my 5.0" One m8 which still feels wonderful in hand and has given me no issues. I'll definitely keep this phone to use at times.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016Pity the fingerprint scanner is on the back. With it being there you can't just check the phon... moreWhat about whenever someone is on the go and 80% of the time the phone is in your pocket. You reach in and instinctively place the finger on the fingerprint reader on the back. The phone's unlocked before you even pull it out.
Besides that if it's on the desk all you have to do is tilt the phone and place the finger on the back... Nothing to complain about
KSouth, 17 Sep 20165.2 vs 5.5? Are they stupid? That's basically the same size. What's the point?exactly what I was thinking. huge dissapointment for nexus 5 fans, when the smallest was 5.2. which is not big or small. Google releasing 2 big phones, rather then one big one small.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016Sorry google, I will not buy any phone made by the crappy HTC. There are so many issues in nex... moreYou must be some HTC hater
I will surely recommend people buying HTC products:
Great build quality, nice boomsound and great customer service.
I have use HTC flagships since Sensation era to now HTC 10, none of them have any issues.
My Sensation still rocking smart till today