HTC One (M8) vs HTC One (M7) vs Galaxy S4 specs comparison
0. phoneArena 25 Mar 2014, 10:20 posted on
Superior processing power is the biggest hardware gap with the new HTC One, when compared to its predecessor, as the rest of the specs are pretty similar. All three phones sport 1080p displays and 2 GB of RAM, so the silicon power advantage is entirely on the side of the new HTC One. It also adds a microSD slot for storage expansion - something that its predecessor doesn't have - putting it on equal footing with the Galaxy S4 in that regard, too...
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1. Taters (banned) (Posts: 6474; Member since: 28 Jan 2013)
Sad how the 2013 flagships are so much better than this years crops because they had respectable size.
2. AppleHateBoy (unregistered)
Beats Audio is gone?
6. AppleHateBoy (unregistered)
Thanks for letting me know. I couldn't find it mentioned anywhere, so I asked. (It's gone that's why it wasn't mentioned. Still, I wanted to confirm.)
Why the sad face. I am happy Beats Audio is gone. Good Riddance. Audio Quality belongs (mostly) to hardware.
8. NexusX (Posts: 507; Member since: 16 May 2013)
HTC just took their previous year model, made it uglier, gave it a marginally better processor, and a EVO 3D camera. and hope it would turn their company around from bankruptcy.
How hard is it get rid of of the stupid logo, give it a bigger battery Doesn't it already have a aluminum unibody?why not it give it a bit water resistance and wireless charging while they are at it? this is IMHO a half-baked product. bye HTC. Nexus 6 awaits
9. surethom (Posts: 673; Member since: 04 Mar 2009)
So they removed Optical Image Stabilization in favor of a gimmicky refocus, very bad. & still 4 megapixels. :(
Will have to wait & see how the Moto X2 camera is.
10. SupermanayrB (limited) (Posts: 571; Member since: 20 Mar 2012)
So the HTC One squared has Galaxy S4 specs. Nice job HTC.