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What is your next phone after HOX and NO S-OFF

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22nd February 2013, 10:37 AM   |  #111  
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I must admit, I've been drawn towards the Note II for a little while, but then I keep thinking that I'll miss my THD effects in some games and Sense, I hate TouchWiz, really dislike it, I guess I could play THD enabled games on a Nexus 7 so could then move over to a Note II...

But then the HTC One came out and I love the look of that, I'd happily get that, I'd buy it outright if possible so I could keep my HOX as a back up!

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23rd February 2013, 05:49 PM   |  #112  
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Re: What is your next phone after HOX and NO S-OFF
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24th February 2013, 03:31 PM   |  #113  
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i probably go for the refreshed htc one (i know there's going to be ONE)
who knows, one+? like what happened to one x+

since they're using qualcomm chips, s-off is very much likely possible
24th February 2013, 06:52 PM   |  #114  
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Interesting how everyone was at first like "never HTC again!" and now there are so much going for an HTC One. I'd expect a successor of it within the next six months...

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24th February 2013, 07:24 PM   |  #115  
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I posted previous that my next was to be the Xperia Z......pre ordered it, but after finding out that Sony cheaped out on the screen to keep the phone thin, i changed my mind. (Although waiting for the "One" announcement was always in the back of my mind)

So now i have the One on pre order instead. I have a lad at work on my back all the time to sell him my One X, he knows i was on a 12 month contract and has been on at me for ages to sell him it.

I don't think i will be disappointed with my choice from what i have seen.
25th February 2013, 01:53 AM   |  #116  
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Switching back to Samsung.. when I m using Samsung, I keep hearing people saying how good and better was htc, but when I got my HOX, I was disappointed, because there isn't s-off, which I can't flash most roms seen.. while ally other Samsung devices are able to do that without "s-on or off" which frankly, I enjoying flashing roms. And I can't do much with HOX as there are limitations..

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25th February 2013, 02:06 AM   |  #117  
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Switching back to Samsung.. when I m using Samsung, I keep hearing people saying how good and better was htc, but when I got my HOX, I was disappointed, because there isn't s-off, which I can't flash most roms seen.. while ally other Samsung devices are able to do that without "s-on or off" which frankly, I enjoying flashing roms. And I can't do much with HOX as there are limitations..

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you can flash alot:s
only downside is you need to fastboot the image manually.
radio and a .img anymore so that's not a prob.
recovery is manually flashable:s
think you need to read a little bit more:thumbup:
and on hox its t3 wich is keeping us away from s-off.
the new ONE is qualcom based again and like any other qualcom htc it'll be cracked wide open with s-off

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25th February 2013, 03:47 AM   |  #118  
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you can flash alot:s
only downside is you need to fastboot the image manually.
radio and a .img anymore so that's not a prob.
recovery is manually flashable:s
think you need to read a little bit more:thumbup:
and on hox its t3 wich is keeping us away from s-off.
the new ONE is qualcom based again and like any other qualcom htc it'll be cracked wide open with s-off

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Guess I need read more, thanks for the suggestion! :thumbup:

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25th February 2013, 09:03 AM   |  #119  
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Probs the next Nexus or some HTC at the end of 2013. Never had a single problem with One X.

I've been playing with numerous other devices at work and they never quite get there where Sense 4+ and HTC is now. At least Samsung feels so much plastc. Actually broke one SGS3 preview sample by trying to bend it and compare the quality with One X+, lol. Sonys phones are quite good, yeah, but I'm not a fond of their looks. And uncreatively they all look alike. Can't tell Xperia S, T, V, etc. apart form a distance.

HTC making next Nexus would be more than perfect, but unlikely..
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25th February 2013, 04:17 PM   |  #120  
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Probably it will be HTC One, but will wait 3-4 months for the cheaper offers and to be released 2nd or 3th hardware revision without problems.

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