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HTC to Enter Low-Cost Smartphone Market Amidst Sales Slump

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Make Somthing That Works

quadcoreman

Feb 4, 2013, 12:21 PM
I had the Thunderbolt, then the Rezound and now the DNA. All the phones had or have known issues that effect the phones ability to connect to the network or places calls. To make matters worse they don't even stand behind there products, you have to pay shipping to send them a phone that is a month old and doesn't work. I hope they change or go out of business. I will not buy another HTC again Evil or Very Mad
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KOL4420

Feb 4, 2013, 12:34 PM
Haha, more like go back to how you used to make phones when you were the top Android phone manufacturer. I have my HTC Sensation which I loved. The newer models like the HTC One line were great, a few flaws like no battery replacement. sigh.

Those phones you just named are all ugly Verizon phones xD. I didnt like any of them. I dont really recall any Verizon phones from HTC that I liked... I guess maybe the incredible when it first came out. Notice how it offered expandable memory slot, replaceable battery, and a nice HTC sense user interface which I love.

I am now sporting a Samsung Note 2, the touch wiz interface has evolved into something like the Sense UI. Easy to navigate. Plus the features that everyone loves, replaceable batte...
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quadcoreman

Feb 4, 2013, 2:31 PM
I agree, the Samsung Note II is the one I am getting in place of the DNA, I love HTC's Sense as well, but it's not worth all the trouble.. Go SAMSUNG.... Very Happy
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Tofuchong

Feb 4, 2013, 4:00 PM
Damn right go samsung. Every samsung device I have owned, be it a phone, or TV, or any other piece of electronics has worked great, and lasted me a long, long time.

Now, for HTC, they make big manufacturing errors with their devices. Like the Sensation and the Amaze, devices that have electronic components embedded in the back cover of the phone. If you happen to drop one of those devices, and the back cover cracks, or becomes damaged, just that alone can cause severe phone problems.

You'd THINK that a manufacturer would know better than to embed electronics into a piece of 1mm thick plastic. Guess not!
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arox413

Feb 4, 2013, 4:46 PM
I'm sick of the Note II only because of how many times I had to watch that commerical that was on the online broadcast of the superbowl last night.
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