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Going from the Galaxy S4 to the HTC One m8

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Default Going from the Galaxy S4 to the HTC One m8

Hello guys.
I have the Galaxy S4 since last August but I've been thinking about changing to the new HTC one m8. Did any of you that did this can give me your opinion, if it's worth it?
Thanks a lot.

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With 14 days to return the device if you're not satisfied...why are we still having these conversations? Nothing anyone can say will really change your opinion as much as physically using the device yourself. Why not go and give it a test run.

This is the start of a nother comparison thread again...
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In addition, I do not understand why people ask on the m8 section of the forum...
What are they expecting is to say?
"no man... Keep your s4 as my phone sucks, that's why I've got it and that's why I am active on this part of the forum... "


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