Design wise looks decent in the vids and the edges shown.... Looks like shutter button is there, and one video looked like possible kick stand even... Though I thought one of the others showing the HTC logo almost ruled out kickstand...
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Videos show nothing, waste of time... Do this and nothing, htc save money without paying video makers .
So, waste of time. :banghead:
Btw, the only thing i want for that phone is S OFF. Then htc can copy iphone, samy lg or toshiba, dont care. Ten t4 and twenty gpu, dont care...
I Want S OFF.
So will be looking other companies ohone for sure.
Cmon HTc, just wake up. Also Elevate web to be completed was a joke, looking for bloggers like samy only. No techies no devs no nothing. Only bloggers.
Sorry but great phones without S OFF is for grannies.
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These qualcomm guys seem to have some sort of complex. They keep talking more about other vendors every other day.
It's clear that they are pissed about Samsung's decision to use Exynos for all their flagship products. They would have loved to be a part of GS4/Note3. It's ironic that he's talking about marketing or branding of a product. It think it irritates them that nvidia always takes a spot among the gaming community. They better start working on that GPU. I still recall they mentioned 320 as "console-class" graphics
uh what are u talking about? Qualcomm is always part of galaxy s, their snapdragon was used in all of them, always remember Samsung can use up to THREE different SOCs on the same product, galaxy note 1 being a good example
to me the countdown videos confirm the design leaked by evaleaks
and dragonesdenano mate don't be such a party spoiler I care more about faster release of kernel source than I do about SOFF
Because GFLOPS is not an accurate measure of total GPU performance, it only measures peak theoretical ALU performance, ignores ROP / TMU / driver / memory aspects that matter in real-life situations.
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Talk is cheap, from all companies!! We now know 2 facts, Dalmore with a lower clocked GPU / older driver is ~ 33 FPS in GLB, Snapdragon 600 is 41 FPS, even that figure may improve with more mature drivers. Don't forget that S600 will ship in smartphones, when we see the first T4 smartphone then we can how T4 competes in a phone format.
This SoC - Intel's new design 22nm Atom based Merrifield is going to shock people.
31600 points in Antutu from a dual-core (+hyper-threading) is amazing. GPU is a SGX 544MP2 clocked quite high, as I've seen upto 36 FPS in GLBenchmark cache. Battery life is supposed to very good as well. I can see mid-range phones with this SoC, beating the CPU performance of high-end phones.
I must say HTC is doing a great job in hyping the M7/One, it has nothing to do anymore with the past quiet launch of Sensation and OneX.
They still need to invest in TVs like apple do,like pushing News to say ''HTC is launching their wow phone today'' and Peter Chou offering a great show
guys incredible battery life on kkernel my phone been off the charge since 24hours, 40 minutes screen on and I still have 60% battery! cpu quiet driver is doing wonders to standby times
36 hours off charge, ~30min screen on time (some browsing, some light gaming), 60% left. Completely stock.
WiFi/3G always on, auto sync on, auto screen brightness, battery saver always on (just CPU and screen brightness).
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Auto brightness, yesterday had 40 hrs since off the charger, 4 hrs screen time (web browsing, no games or movies), mobile data on, sync off, no undervolting, had 12% left before plugging in.
Sounds good. Any ideas which browser is the most battery efficient?
Since different video players can let you play 720p videos from 1.5 to 6h, I'm guessing that different browsers drain our battery differently.
And in case anyone is interested in a good player - DICE Player seems to be the best for T3 devices. Solid 5-6 hours of 720p video playback.
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