Love the design of the one and can't wait to see the big screen get the premium feel,
I would hope htc would do the logical thing and put a micro sd card slot seeing as being a bigger phone should have the room this time
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2013It's Ultra Pixel. It's entirely different. Larger pixels and better lighting. Though at the... moreas to what ive heard, they made the HTC one 4uP only so as not to flood ur memory when you use Zoe.
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013oh,come on still the 4megapixel camera?!It's Ultra Pixel. It's entirely different. Larger pixels and better lighting.
Though at the same time an 8UP camera would be much nicer. Up or 4 just does not cut it for all the detail a decent 13mp can capture.
ikke, 17 Jul 2013lol..
1. it's ULTRA pixel, NOT megapixel and
2. it's 3 x 4.3 = 13 MP if u wanna see it so...It still does not equal up to 13mp
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013oh,come on still the 4megapixel camera?!lol..
1. it's ULTRA pixel, NOT megapixel and
2. it's 3 x 4.3 = 13 MP if u wanna see it so...
everyone going to 6-inch, why Note 3 still 5.7-inch? Samsung not leader anymore?
Anonymous, 16 Jul 2013I was saying this because I was talking from my own point of view. I personally need to have a... moreYou "need" to take detailed pictures with your phone? I highly doubt that, and even if it is true, how is 8 MP not detailed enough? 8 MP is enough for 4K resolution. How much are you cropping these photos?
More megapixels are fine, they do no harm, but there's no need for such insanely high-res cameras on a smartphone.
I wish HTC will adopt software keys with this device and get rid of that space between the lower speakers and the screen..that will help either give us more screen space or shave off a few millimeters from the overall height. Not much of a fan of humongous phones/phablets...but i might go for the One Max(love HTC)
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013The average consumer who will be the target demographic for this thing will use it for selfies... moreI was saying this because I was talking from my own point of view. I personally need to have a camera on the back of my phone that can take detailed pictures, and I wouldn't want such cameras to disappear from the market.
By the way, the way HTC is making all its phones for a very specific demographic surely isn't making their life easier.
Looking at the specifications its similar to Sony Exp Z Ultra and Note3 my question will it have Expandable Memory Card also replaceable battery if HTC does the same with the ONE then they shall fail again
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013Not really enlightening comment.. please read again try harder.Weather it is what you wanted to hear or not it was a direct and on base reply. And you want to talk about needing to read again and try harder?
Not want the right reply and not what you want are two different things. You did not ask a simple question. You ranted.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013Of course it will, from a phoneblet without a camera?The average consumer who will be the target demographic for this thing will use it for selfies on Facebook and pictures of their cat on Instagram. If you think they care about anything more than that, you're on crack, or worse: columns on tech sites.
INDROID, 15 Jul 2013r u out f ur mind... its really tough to beat what has already established itself by the bunch... more"its really tough to beat what has already established itself by the bunch of newcomers"
Yeah, tell that to Apple, who destroyed the competition with the iPhone. Then, tell it to Google, whose Android OS quickly surpassed iOS in marketshare. Then tell it to Samsung, who passed Apple to become the largest smartphone manufacturer. The point is, you don't recognize that conditions in the highly competitive mobile industry can and do change incredibly quickly. It only takes one really good or really awful product cycle to make or break a company. Because you don't acknowledge this fundamental reality, your opinion is worse than useless.
Note was successful early on because it was the ONLY product in the space, backed up an enormous marketing budget. But guess what? It's mid-2013 now. The Note isn't the only game in town anymore (or at least, it won't be for much longer). With HTC and Sony bringing out the big guns in the phablet market, Samsung's dominance is by no means guaranteed. Both HTC and Sony (assuming these rumors abouts the One Max are correct) have devices that are arguably superior to the Note III, and they also feature premium build quality and attractive design--areas that customers increasingly value and areas in which Samsung continues to stumble. If Samsung wants to hang on to their huge lead, they're not going to be able to keep phoning it in (no pun intended) the way they did with the S4.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013Anyway, I'm going to be very interested to see this device. Between this and the Xperia Z Ultr... morer u out f ur mind... its really tough to beat what has already established itself by the bunch of newcomers... note has a distinct place n in no way these newer phablets can cause any damage to note 3... but it may happen that either or all of those newcomers wont get another chance in their life ;)
Anyway, I'm going to be very interested to see this device. Between this and the Xperia Z Ultra it looks like the Note III is going to have a rough go of it this year.
laggdroids, 15 Jul 2013Each OS has some unique interface. Android and ios have its own. Windows doesn't use jvm and t... moreIt's not "sloggy," you troll. If you had actually spent some time on an Android device, you'd know there is a "threshold" for producing movement on the screen. I'm guessing it's about 2 mm or so. This means that until you have swiped that distance, the screen won't move, whereas an iOS, it follows your finger instantly. On Android, this can help to prevent accidental swipes when you meant to tap but were inaccurate. Go to the Android lockscreen and swipe the lock button. It follows your finger instantly just like on iOS.
You may not like this "threshold" that is in Android, and that's fair enough, but it's not lag. Find something legitimate to complain about, or just enjoy your iPhone and let us enjoy our Android phones.
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2013Hope they upgrade the camera. 6-8 Ultrapixels would be great.Who'd want a camera with a resolution of 8 pixels, instead of 8+ mega-pixels?