DADDY!, 26 Mar 2013yes with earphones plugged in! which is loudest phone to get?I meant the type of earphones. Anyways, I don't know what is the loudest phone, but i know that the most recent flagships deliver best sound quality leaving the competition far behind. There's a bunch of reviews and they all show the same.
AnonD-77852, 26 Mar 2013Two words: BATTERY BAR
much, much better then a second battery. And you can charge other de... moreSo if you are out taking pictures and recording videos of your kids at the beach and then suddenly realize that you only have 10% battery left.
Would you just change to a new fully charged battery, or use a big ass brick of a battery pack that someone else have to hold for you so you can continue to take pictures and record videos of your kids?
., 26 Mar 2013Higher ppi is not a pathetic argument. I agree that most people don't really care about ppi si... moreWith a magnifying glass, you can see the differences. But not if you are holding it like 10-15 cm from your eyes. At those high PPI's, it's pretty much impossible to see the differences without a magnifying glass.
Just to take an example, do you see any differences from 200 to 300 fps in a game?
., 26 Mar 2013You earphones in-ear?yes with earphones plugged in!
which is loudest phone to get?
Tom-Helge, 26 Mar 2013Can i ask, have you ever been out traveling for a long time?
I'm pretty sure you will take ... moreTwo words: BATTERY BAR
much, much better then a second battery. And you can charge other devices as well, help a friend in need, ect..
., 26 Mar 2013Higher ppi is not a pathetic argument. I agree that most people don't really care about ppi si... moreHigher PPI is a pathetic argument since the difference between 401 and 469 PPI can't be seen by the naked eye. People only see difference between such high pixel density when they want to see and they just pretend that there is a difference. Sometimes I imagine the scene of people looking so close to their phone screens just to try to see individual pixels, and the scene is pathetic.
AnonD-3713, 26 Mar 2013The point is not about pocketabily or which one is a better phone, I agree that 4.7" is m... moreHigher ppi is not a pathetic argument. I agree that most people don't really care about ppi since they are 330+, but there are also group of people who can quickly notice the difference between, let's say 380ppi and 468. I do, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Higher ppi=smoother view.
Have people who are going on about the non removable battery ever heard of a powerbank? There are powerbanks out there that have a capacity of 6000 mAh. That is almost the same as three batteries. That is much esier because you don't have to shut down your phone. It is instant power.And maybe cheaper.So together that is 8300 mAh.That wil get you trough the day i think.
., 25 Mar 2013I agree to the "what is happening to the world" part, because people like you like p... moreThe point is not about pocketabily or which one is a better phone, I agree that 4.7" is much more friendly and in fact for me it still too much big. The point is that you said the the smaller screen is better because of higher PPI, which is simply a pathetic argument.
AnonD-16443, 26 Mar 2013I never can't understand why for some people like you (NO MORE HTC) a removable battery become... moreCan i ask, have you ever been out traveling for a long time?
I'm pretty sure you will take the hint on why a removable battery is a damn good thing to have then.
And where battery test?
Which phone has the loudest volume when listening through premium top notch earphones.
My iphone 5 is not as loud as I like, the 4s was better.
So am looking for a new phone which has really loud volume.
Please update the review regarding the camera performance after the software update.
It's the best smartphone out!! Just amazing in every single way. Don't know where to start. Just get One in your hands and you'll see for yourselfs.
zte grand s looks awesome and much better than galaxy s4 @ the conclusion section
d-code, 25 Mar 2013thats why one`s camera is best.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5NFpddZ958maybe you don't understand that well English, let me translate what that guy said: day light - "images look spongy and fine detail missing", low light - "htc one produces washed and artificial colours, fine detail is not excellent" and "L920 does the best job at night". In the end what phone would he recomend?(although this also is subjective but it's your video)...NOT Htc One. So how is this the best? The fact is this comment section is so full of fanboysm that they don't bother to look at the results of GSMArena and many others which say the camera is...average at best. And next time watch the videos at full screen
PLEASE change your camera results since new firmware has arrived and there is a drastic difference in image quality (cannot post links, take a look at HardwareZone or Phandroid).
I never can't understand why for some people like you (NO MORE HTC) a removable battery become so damn important feature??? I have an iPhone5 and I am also using HTC OneX with nonremovable battery, and I never found a reason why I had to pull of the battery. These 2 smartphones just did great, stable performance. So maybe I guess because you just used to have a bad smartphone that sometimes hang so you have to pull out the battery in order to restart your phone...