Review: HTC One for Windows
The One for Windows is a solid effort from HTC. The hardware is quite good, and possibly the best available for the Windows Phone platform. The device truly conquers the basics, with an excellent screen, great audio quality, superb performance on Verizon's network, and killer battery life.
The Windows Phone platform looks and performs great on the One for Windows. I had no trouble with any of the apps or services on board, and it processed everything at blazing fast speeds.
HTC's additions to Windows Phone aren't as extensive as Nokia's, but tools such as Sense TV and HTC Photo Edit - with its 3D effects - are neat extras. The camera is powerful and produces results that are very good. I wish the navigation tools were a little bit better, but that's hardly the worst complaint I can levy against the phone.
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Simply put, the One for Windows is a great Windows Phone. Heck, it's a great smartphone, period. Be sure to check it out.
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