Can someone tell me what would I lose if there's no LTE on this device I'm going to buy ???
Has anyone idea about the launch date of HTC Butterfly S in India?
Let's hope to God that they don't put that awful polarising filter in the screen that spoilt the HTC One by making it depressingly dark.
It maybe good for outdoor use under sunshine by making blacks blacker, but the depressing overall effect on the screen was the reason I didn't buy it.
At last HTC getting the 'battery-life is more important than thickness' message.
I know Oriental users are all about the fashion, status and appearance of the phone - but an increasing percentage of power-users over poseurs mean that they have at last had to get serious about their offerings.
Smartphones are not fashion accessories - and realising that this late has cost them dear in sales, for HTC have made some beautiful Android phones with beautiful software.
Would love to buy this, but the screen is all ... and I fear it'll be messed up as before.
But Kudos for what you have done, HTC.
Ronny, 20 Jun 2013You are right. True engineering is when you put everything into a compact chassis. Yes. Not that I'm saying it's bad or ugly still. It's still great. Except the part where with a non removable Li Poly battery was lower capacity in a fatter phone...That's just absurd.
Sams as Crapple. htey use non removable Li Poly batteries and use such low 1400MAH for so long.
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2013It's because It's almost 11mm thick and a 3,200MAH. Motorola got a 3,300MAH in 9mm thick more... moreYou are right. True engineering is when you put everything into a compact chassis.
What I like about this phone:
-revival of the three capactive buttons
-large battery capacity
But I'm getting the One in a few weeks time.
Can't wait to ditch my shitty (performance-wise) One X. :)
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2013u guy complain about battery life when manufacture fit small battery, now they put large batte... moreIt's because It's almost 11mm thick and a 3,200MAH.
Motorola got a 3,300MAH in 9mm thick more than a year ago....And that's one case.
I know the Ultra Pixel has a lot to do with it, but it just got thicker now. Not to mention they could use a lithium Polymer battery...Everyone should use LI Poly, but they don't...And even when HTC did use one it was non removable, less capacity, and in a thicker device....backwards steps.
AnonD-81600, 20 Jun 2013they would team up with dropbox just to sell the phone only in Taiwan? very unlikely. I'm expe... moreIt's just a free gift. HTC offered UK and Taiwanese buyers of HTC One free gifts when it was first released. There's no need to overcomplicate things. Yes, there can be free gifts for just one market, even Taiwan.
anonymous, 20 Jun 2013There won't be a wide release outside of Taiwan. The Butterfly S is a custom handset by HTC fo... morethey would team up with dropbox just to sell the phone only in Taiwan? very unlikely. I'm expecting a global release.
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2013another "almost there" phone. a 3200mah battery but no snapdragon 800? How long is t... moreu guy complain about battery life when manufacture fit small battery, now they put large battery u complain about charging time, btw it shouldn't take more than three hour
memo, 20 Jun 2013Crap! Very FAT phone! Any phone manufacture can make a big battery but the idea is big battery... more10.6 mm is fat OMG, it is reasonable if u have long battery life. If u like ultra thin go for huawei ascend p6
There won't be a wide release outside of Taiwan. The Butterfly S is a custom handset by HTC for Chunghwa Telecom. The HTC One is still the global flagship for HTC.
It doesn't seem to have optical image stabilizer on the camera like the One though :(
Anonymous, 19 Jun 2013another "almost there" phone. a 3200mah battery but no snapdragon 800? How long is t... moreAs you can SEE [apparently not] on Wikipedia.. Snapdragon 800 is as following : Sampling Availability - Q2 2013, also no phones are released w/ this chipset.
The conclusion would be : if there is not chip available, how in god's name would you want a phone w/ it ?