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HTC One aka M7 launched...

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20th February 2013, 03:48 PM   |  #11  
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I don't think they gave us a slap. I really enjoy the 5 inch screen of the Butterfly and I won't switch to a HTC One even if someone offered me one. The only thing worth noting is that bigger battery, it should have much better battery life compared to the Butterfly as it has a bigger battery and smaller screen. Even though the Snapdragon 600 is faster, when do you actually need that speed? Jelly Bean and the S4 Pro is already extremely snappy.

The thing that worries me is the dev team though. I am sure devs would go to the newer One but I really hope our Butterfly gets a good dev team.
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I don't think they gave us a slap. I really enjoy the 5 inch screen of the Butterfly and I won't switch to a HTC One even if someone offered me one. The only thing worth noting is that bigger battery, it should have much better battery life compared to the Butterfly as it has a bigger battery and smaller screen. Even though the Snapdragon 600 is faster, when do you actually need that speed? Jelly Bean and the S4 Pro is already extremely snappy.

The thing that worries me is the dev team though. I am sure devs would go to the newer One but I really hope our Butterfly gets a good dev team.

Can't agree more. We need a good dev team for x920e/x920d...
21st February 2013, 07:08 AM   |  #13  
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Re: HTC One aka M7 launched...
I personally thinks mdeejay is a good dev to have.

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I personally thinks mdeejay is a good dev to have.

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Is he deving for the Butterfly X920D?
21st February 2013, 02:04 PM   |  #15  
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For once I am happy there is not a flood of ROMs for a phone ... less playing and more enjoying

Yes mdeejay is developing for all versions, just that updates only come when there are leaks or test ROMs coming out, otherwise what do you expect the dev to do each day to the same rom ... and hence during that time you have MODs and tweaks to play with
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