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HTC one si 2gb ram DDR3 not DDR2

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23rd February 2013, 12:31 PM   |  #1  
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htc on page, the description puts 2GB DDR2, but the snapdragon chip 600 is mounted directly ddr3, does not come with ddr2

LG Optimus G Pro also comes with ddr3

http://www.phonearena.com/phones/com...ones/7678,7709
23rd February 2013, 03:19 PM   |  #2  
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23rd February 2013, 03:42 PM   |  #3  
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23rd February 2013, 03:47 PM   |  #4  
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23rd February 2013, 03:54 PM   |  #5  
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Man...

This is the one thing HTC is notorious for. They always have 1 inferior feature on this devices.

All the way from their WM days to even their android days. Very unfortunate.
23rd February 2013, 03:55 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by Maedhros

Man...

This is the one thing HTC is notorious for. They always have 1 inferior feature on this devices.

All the way from their WM days to even their android days. Very unfortunate.

I won't say I disagree
23rd February 2013, 04:09 PM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by Maedhros

Man...

This is the one thing HTC is notorious for. They always have 1 inferior feature on this devices.

All the way from their WM days to even their android days. Very unfortunate.

Is it really going to cause many issues though? Most likely not.

Nothing is 'perfect'
23rd February 2013, 04:43 PM   |  #8  
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Is it really going to cause many issues though? Most likely not.

Nothing is 'perfect'

Of course not, but if you have been using an HTC device since their WM days, you just cannot help but be frustrated.

If you find me a single HTC device that didn't have 1 flaw I will be amazed. When I say flaw, I don't mean crappier screen, or crap speaker quality. I mean:

1. No LED flash (when previous model had it)
2. No LED indicator (when previous model had it)
3. 512 MB less ram then competition (or 1gb less in the case of the One X)

I could go on and on... none of these have been deal breaking, but they are not so insignificant that we can easily ignore it. After all these generations of devices, I cannot help but agree with some people who say that HTC does this on purpose.

Funny thing is... I have made this complaint on the forum for every device they have released since the DHD. They were notorious for this during the WM days, then they improved. But as soon as the Sensation came out... it was another lackluster device.

Then the One X with 1 GB of ram?!?

Now the HTC One with DDR2 instead of DD3.

I'll reiterate: This isn't necessarily a deal breaker for me, but it really leaves a bad taste in my mouth, especially because I know HTC is better then this.
23rd February 2013, 04:58 PM   |  #9  
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Originally Posted by Maedhros

Of course not, but if you have been using an HTC device since their WM days, you just cannot help but be frustrated.

If you find me a single HTC device that didn't have 1 flaw I will be amazed. When I say flaw, I don't mean crappier screen, or crap speaker quality. I mean:

1. No LED flash (when previous model had it)
2. No LED indicator (when previous model had it)
3. 512 MB less ram then competition (or 1gb less in the case of the One X)

I could go on and on... none of these have been deal breaking, but they are not so insignificant that we can easily ignore it. After all these generations of devices, I cannot help but agree with some people who say that HTC does this on purpose.

Funny thing is... I have made this complaint on the forum for every device they have released since the DHD. They were notorious for this during the WM days, then they improved. But as soon as the Sensation came out... it was another lackluster device.

Then the One X with 1 GB of ram?!?

Now the HTC One with DDR2 instead of DD3.

I'll reiterate: This isn't necessarily a deal breaker for me, but it really leaves a bad taste in my mouth, especially because I know HTC is better then this.

The same can be said really for many manufacturers =/ I see your frustration though.
23rd February 2013, 05:01 PM   |  #10  
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Originally Posted by Maedhros

Of course not, but if you have been using an HTC device since their WM days, you just cannot help but be frustrated.

If you find me a single HTC device that didn't have 1 flaw I will be amazed. When I say flaw, I don't mean crappier screen, or crap speaker quality. I mean:

1. No LED flash (when previous model had it)
2. No LED indicator (when previous model had it)
3. 512 MB less ram then competition (or 1gb less in the case of the One X)

I could go on and on... none of these have been deal breaking, but they are not so insignificant that we can easily ignore it. After all these generations of devices, I cannot help but agree with some people who say that HTC does this on purpose.

Funny thing is... I have made this complaint on the forum for every device they have released since the DHD. They were notorious for this during the WM days, then they improved. But as soon as the Sensation came out... it was another lackluster device.

Then the One X with 1 GB of ram?!?

Now the HTC One with DDR2 instead of DD3.

I'll reiterate: This isn't necessarily a deal breaker for me, but it really leaves a bad taste in my mouth, especially because I know HTC is better then this.

isnt the point of this thread that MAYBE the phone uses ddr3 and not ddr2 as HTC have said?

because the chip only comes with ddr3?

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