CyanogenMod founder gets an HTC One, thumbs it up as dev friendly with great design

CyanogenMod founder gets an HTC One, thumbs it up as dev friendly with great design
Steve Kondik, of CyanogenMod founder fame, got and HTC One from AT&T over the weekend, as the phone launched officially on Friday. He couldn't resist jotting down a few words on the design, build quality, software and developer features, which you can read below.

The only thing he didn't appreciate was the unimaginative app drawer, which is the weak point in Sense 5.0 indeed, but he quickly unlocked the bootloader and installed CWM anyway, plus it's Android, so you can experiment with looks and launchers until the cows come home. He was hired by Samsung for two years, but couldn't really appreciate the corporate culture, and left amicably a month ago, and still has good things to say about the Galaxy S4 below, too:

source: SteveKondik (G+)

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