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now htc will release the htc one google edtion in few weeks. so we have too google edition phone.Samsung GS4 and HTC one
now i am just wonder which one will you choose ?
or waitting for the nexus 5 device.
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Htc one looks better ,but s4 has more powerful cpu
 
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Htc one looks better ,but s4 has more powerful cpu
But is a more powerful CPU at all necessary? I couldn't imagine any real world situation that could arise in the next two years where a Snapdragon 600 wouldn't be sufficient. The One is just so much better than the GS4, especially if both are running stock.
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After two Samsungs, I am not touching another one.

Plus, the Galaxy feels cheap and it has a rather tacky design (and Touchwiz is even uglier).

The HTC One is one of the few Androids with good hardware design and one of the first to give the iPhone a run for its money.

I had ordered the HTC One Developer Edition, but after the delays, I went with the stainless steel Lenovo K900 (http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/...ches-in-china/) which should arrive next week.
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Let's see. I require expandable storage. (No WiFi or 3G signal for 6 hours a day).. Yea, okay, I can stop there already.

Doesn't really make it a decision anymore then, does it? No bloody MicroSD, what the hell was HTC thinking...
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i think the s4 G edition because of the support
 
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But is a more powerful CPU at all necessary? I couldn't imagine any real world situation that could arise in the next two years where a Snapdragon 600 wouldn't be sufficient. The One is just so much better than the GS4, especially if both are running stock.
yes, that's right. sometimes we do not need powerful cpu . we need long battery life. smooth feeling of touch. ans unbreakable structure
 
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samsung always use the most powerful hardware inside. but same desigh same apperance makes us feel borning.
plastic looks cheap than metal

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