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Um, the DNA is impressive, and I am extremely happy with it. That being said, the M7 is in virtually every respect a more impressive device. OC'ed CPU, slightly smaller and therefore higher DPI screen, improved camera, larger storage and battery. How is it not in the same league as the DNA? I'm not trying to argue, just curious if there is something I'm missing. It seems the M7 is without doubt there top product.
Here's something to think about. The One's casing is indeed 100% aluminum. In every previous attempt by a manufacturer to use an all-aluminum housing the result was disastrous for wireless reception. That includes antenna-gate on the Sensation which only had a partial aluminum body. Looking at the casing HTC's either going to try to get a signal through it or the antennas will have to be forward facing to get through the glass front panel. Neither is a recipe for great and/or consistent wireless reception. It'll be interesting to see how the One does once it's tested by sites like GSMArena and Anandtech.
Boy, you would think they would have checked that one out after their last experience and the iphone4 which did tarnish their reputation after users found that signals were being lost and calls dropping out, left, right and center. And that was only for a metal side strip that was interferring with the radios. That would be disaterous for a struggling HTC.
Thanks for pointing this out. I will definetely be waiting for users reviews before taking the plunge on this one, which I was very keen to do so.
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