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Review: HTC One

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bluecoyote

Mar 25, 2014, 3:33 PM

Why is it so hard for Samsung to produce something this nice?

Not the biggest fan of the brushed aluminum (reminds me of my Note 2's craptastic back finish), but at least it

1) Is Real Metal
2) Doesn't look like a Band-Aid
Because they have a plenty of customers who live in the real world and don't care.
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johnhr2

Mar 26, 2014, 11:44 AM

Still needs removable battery

I'm glad HTC has added SD capabilities back, but can they please give us the removable battery back.

I have friends who bring extra batteries to the field with them for the Samsung smartphones because we do not have any plug ins. Just so they can have a phone that lasts a 3 days
In our review, we found it to have excellent battery life. It also supports the newest QuickCharge.

I don't think it's realistic to have a removable battery in a phone like this. The high-quality, solid feeling of the unibody metal construction is ...
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markreif

Mar 28, 2014, 8:45 AM

My impressions

I just made the move to the M8 from the DNA. I'm happy but worth noting my following caveats: Hot spot and WiFi activation are slow as molasses. And Blink-feed in Sense 6.0 as compared to Sense 5.0 may offer more content options but the missing clock and the missing automated stops makes it's usability rather lame. I've turned it off.
arouth

Mar 26, 2014, 9:24 AM

HTC One M8 battery drain in low signal areas?

I had an htc one and loved it BUT it had one problem. In low signal areas the battery drained really fast. Combine that and slow charge speed and I had to get rid of it.

In your review did you notice faster battery drain in low signal areas?
arouth said:
I had an htc one and loved it BUT it had one problem. In low signal areas the battery drained really fast.

That's going to be an issue with any phone, by the nature of physics. If it drained noticeably fa...
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