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15th August 2014, 08:56 AM   |  #11  
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the M7 is still the best form, better than the M8
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I went Nexus 4>HTC M8>Nexus 4 again>HTC M7. Running viper 5.8 (last release with WiFi calling) and loving it.

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I have grandfathered jump and I still haven't jumped, the only thing the HTC M7 is missing is the Moto X's always listening (you could with gel launcher but since your hardware doesn't have a low power core, there goes your battery life) and the tap to wake of the LG G2 and G3. You can also install a kernel or the knockr app but they both drain battery as it wasn't built into the hardware. The M9 would be great if it was in the format of the M7 but with a real wrap around screen so there are no side bezels seen from the front. Lastly, OIS camera of at least 12mp and good for night shooting,
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