Anonymous, 20 Feb 2013WOWWWW..... SnapDragon 600 is so powerful win all benchmark.Htc one had 0,2 ghz each cores higher than Xperia z, so no wonder the benchmark are great, but snapdragon 600 is very capable quadcore. Qualcomm has done it again.
Nokia 808 is still tha KING! C'mon bring the 4/3 sensor, I don't mind the big bump on the phone's back. Give me nice DOF and low light goodies.
the camera should be great in lowlight. but i dont think 4 mp should cut it. maybe 5 mp, but 4 mp, if you print that as a big poster, the large pixels will show and would not really look good. but i like how htc manage to put 1080p to 4.7 inch. the xperia z is like having a tablet with me.
wow....this is the best phone in the world at this moment,i have never imagined myself saying something like this about htc phone,only the galaxy s4 ,optimus G pro,or the iphone 5s might have the chance to compete with it.
neither xperia z nor the zl will have that chance.
but still if you are spending most of your day under the water the xperia z is better choice :)
and please don't mention nokia and windows phones.
p.s i might change my opinion after the complete review of the htc one.
I quite like the design and the benchmark tests are impressive. Look forward to the full review. HTC One and Xperia Z sound like great phones in their own right but...not sure about going down a screen size from my GS3 and the contrasts on the Z's display give me concern.
The build quality is excellent despite the fact that I'm not totally sold on the design, and the focus on new innovative features people will actually benefit from is obviously brilliant.
But, what really steps this phone up is the software improvements. Watching those last two videos was enough to convince me that the experience of actually using this phone is a massive improvement over stock android and current custom interfaces both in terms of quality and functionality.
if only it would have water-resistance..:\ i would throw all my money at them
More than any other phone released recently. At least HTC has the guts to attempt new things instead of just sticking with the norm.
Thank God HTC have put IR Ports back into Phones, lets hope this trend is here to stay - its ancient technology (I bet some of you ankle biters are googling IR now) but I for one use this outdated technology.
this is the ultimate phone!!i can't wait to take it!i think htc has made the best choices! and the best thing is that it comes with a 4,7 inch display, not a 5 inch like everyone does!!i don't think samsung will bring something better than M7, so this is my next phone B)
please HTC, I want 5.000 battery. In my village is not every day the electricity(((
and I have my old microSD card, I want to use it in cardslot obligatorily!!!