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Verizon Confirms It Will Sell the HTC One

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Top message:  WOW by KOL4420   Jun 3, 2013, 11:56 AM

Replying to:  Re: memory card, battery by Slammer   Jun 3, 2013, 1:28 PM

Re: memory card, battery

by KOL4420    Jun 3, 2013, 2:13 PM

Although these are all concerns of mine when shopping for a new phone I do not believe this is something that everyone needs or wants on their phones. Hence why the iPhone has had so much success not just because of the name but because how it performed im sure if the iPhones operating system was bugging and those built in batteries were failing often then it would be a much different story.

Most consumers just want a phone with a long lasting battery life, excellent screen, and a operating system that works without any bugs or lag.


I believe HTC One and the Lumia line of windows phones that do not have a removable battery and additional storage fits the needs of the majority of all consumers for most will only be using the camera, apps, contacts, and barely require any storage. The battery seems to be more dependable and longer lasting than any previous built in battery phones so I think they got it right with the HTC One considering it comes with 32GB of internal storage. Plus that Blink Feed feature is gold for new customers getting used to the Android operating system. Those commercials that they have out "stop the digging" are money in the bank for HTC and pretty much part of the reason it has sold very well. Plus with all those cloud services that are now being offered for phones memory is not that big of a deal. As long as you have WiFi or a unlimited data plan.


You do bring up some pretty valid points and that is something we saw more often with the EVO LTE as replacements due to battery failure;however, this is a different story this time around with the HTC One I havent see any or many complaints about this phones battery I guess we are going to have to just wait and see.

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