Htc carrier, 13 Mar 2013Attention please. Htc if you want to ve compete in the phone segment be different. You ve to v... moreHTC has its own Beats audio which is definitely the best. I phone or blackberry or samsung can't match.
Attention please. Htc if you want to ve compete in the phone segment be different. You ve to ve something different to sell out otherwise uou are at the losing end. Example iphone has ios blackberry has blacberry os 10 samsung has supersmoled display sony has walkman and camera. Look at apple or blackberry altough their spec is always behind other but their sales is tremendous
A rep had one of these in my local o2 store today. I was gobsmacked by the screen - it was stunning. Good luck HTC, if this doesnt save you nothing will.
This phone is just PERFECT from every single angle.
Superb metal design.
Raw effing power.
Great camera and it's features.
Stereo front speakers.
Wide angle front camera.
Even better Sense + BlinkFeed.
LOTS of storage.
Great battery life.
It just has it ALL !! :)
is it really hard to include a dedicated shutter key to phones this days
HTC One a new piece of art produced by giant HTC home of quality brilliant
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2013> Do you really believe all of a sudden HTC can compete with Nokia in camera? Nokia has bee... moreIt is not about to buy or not to buy. it is about the lie.The sensor, lens, etc all are known to be cheap. Just wait for the review.
AnonD-119520, 04 Mar 2013Do you really believe all of a sudden HTC can compete with Nokia in camera? Nokia has been dom... more> Do you really believe all of a sudden HTC can compete with Nokia in camera? Nokia has been dominating in camera department for awhile now. Some of their best cameras are N8, Pureview 808, and Lumia 920.
Yes, Nokia made good Camaeras; it was one of their selling points. Except for the 920 the other Nokia Phones are dated in their other features.
Can HTC compete ?, let us see. Visit: http://dl3.htc.com/downloads/white-paper/HTC-One-Ultrapixel-Whitepaper.pdf
Look at Page 6, 13, 14 and 15.
If you do not believe the Review here then try http://www.trustedreviews.com/htc-one_Mobile-Phone_review "Initial Verdict: So far we’re we’re pretty blown away by the HTC One." OR http://connect.dpreview.com/post/3064767914/hands-on-with-the-htc-one AND http://connect.dpreview.com/post/6522717512/htc-one-is-it-the-ultimate-camera-phone "Essentially in terms of specification, finish and feature-set the HTC One looks like the best Android phone to date and is also, at least on paper, way ahead of one of its no doubt closest rival...".
Most reputable and well known Websites stake their reputation on their Reviews, and all are giving positive Reviews about this Phone and it's Camera Sensor.
While you are entitled to have an opinion the "Posting Rules" (like the numerous Reviews some seem to have not read) are clear about being polite, and No SPAM, bashing or trolling.
Some People seem to have come from the Comment Section of the last Review to repeat their views here; simply do not buy the Phone and associate yourself with the rest of us.
Ademeion, 05 Mar 2013I don't like what Beats Audio does. It changes the sound in an unnatural way, which is quite o... more> I don't like what Beats Audio does. It changes the sound in an unnatural way, which is quite opposite to what I want.
So, turn it off.
its a beautiful phone and software features are great. only thing that concerns me is htc's continued market downfalls, they should think of innovative ways to market this nice phone. once the numbers are up ill consider buying this phone. HTC better improve as well their customer service right now it sucks big time.
Is it just me, or does the new Sense interface has a bit of Modern UI in it?
Great phone...pls is de price
out yet?. How I wish it could run iOS.
Or is der a way to install iOS on dis
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2013Beats audio is a gimmick.I beg the differ and GSMarena also. Read:
The HTC Butterfly really aced our audio quality test, showing nicely clean output and garnishing it with way above average volume levels.
The smartphone did great in the active external amplifier part of the test, posting great scores all over the field. In addition it had volume levels higher than all of its competitors and close to that of the Apple iPad 4 tablet, which is the loudest device we have tested recently.
More impressively, there's next to no degradation when you plug in a pair of headphones. The stereo crosstalk rises, but that's the only affected reading. Volume levels remain at the same high level, too. This is one of the first occasions when HTC has really made the Beats audio logo stand for something other than a simple equalizer, but the wait was probably worth it.
I have an iPhone 4S, held out from buying a 5, but I am now so drawn into buying this stunning phone. I hate Samsung (a brand that has more bugs than a 10 year old mattress). HTC have brought out the possible dark horse of 2013.