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It will be available in March in pre-order !
So will you buy it ?

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19th February 2013, 04:33 PM |#2  
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i'll never buy another htc!!!!!!!
19th February 2013, 04:42 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Winins

i'll never buy another htc!!!!!!!

HTC was wrong too with the failure to update our sensation of jelly beans
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19th February 2013, 06:15 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by Winins

i'll never buy another htc!!!!!!!

I have to agree with this. Before I bought this phone I had a Galaxy S2. The Galaxy S2 was amazing but unfortunately due to a hardware issue it got broken. Then I bought HTC because I wanted to try another brand. HTC's quality of the smartphone is great as well as their HTC Sense, but I feel more comfortable with the Galaxy S2.

I also hate the fact you have to S-OFF/Unlock bootloader, flash 4EXT recovery and then flash root. For example on the Galaxy S2 it was way easier. You just downloaded a custom kernel, flashed it and voila, you're rooted and got a custom recovery.

Earlier today I read an article about the HTC One aswell, but on a dutch website. It would cost 699 euros. Are you kidding me? 699 euros for a smartphone? You can buy lots of other great things with that and you can still have a great phone (For example Nexus 4 which is sold in Germany for 395 euros. 699-395 = 304 euros)

I'm saving my money right now for a Nexus 4 and get it. Like I already said HTC's build quality is great. It feels solid, but inside of the phone it could be better.
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19th February 2013, 06:27 PM |#6  
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They made quality devices ( I mean components),but they failed with the updates. So,NO,I`ll never buy another HTC.
19th February 2013, 08:14 PM |#7  
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I got my Wildfire and Sensation 1 1/2 years after their start. I never expected a bleeding edge new device and i used custom roms right after getting it. I like the HTC design and also Sense(even i don´t right now).

I would buy it when it´s cheaper and htc would give up thier S-ON and "don´t give updated drivers for old devices" bull****. But the designs of the other manufacturer are not my taste. Maybe another Nexus from HTC, i don´t know.

I may ask, why you need an newer device, or the power them. Call me old but i don´t see the point in playing games on a smartphone.
19th February 2013, 08:44 PM |#8  
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My HTC Sensation has performed flawlessly for the last 18 months, I love how many devs are cooking custom ROMs for it, I've never had a single issue that couldn't be resolved with a ROM reflash.

The HTC One looks amazing, outperforms anything currently available to date, and has a screen to die for.

The only thing that could potentially change my mind is the Samsung Galaxy S4, but unless it massively outperforms the One in every area or comes with an app that gives me oral sex on demand I'll definitely be signing up for a HTC One.
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24th February 2013, 04:54 AM |#9  
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I won't be buying the HTC One.

I hate the long delays for updates and I really hate how HTC treats developers.

I've been waiting to buy a new phone until the HTC One was released. But with no removable battery, no MicroSD, and it's high price, I won't be buying it.

I need T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling so I can't buy a Nexus 4. I'm going to buy a Galaxy S III instead.

$99 from staples with new 2-year contract. Cancel the contract and pay $200 termination. $300 for a new phone seems reasonable to me.

I have owned and loved many HTC phones: HTC Sensation, T-Mobile Wing, T-Mobile SDA. HTC hardware was great, but they've lost their groove. It stinks because Samsung needs a good competitor to keep them honest.

20th February 2013, 06:27 PM |#10  
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Nope. I moved on to Nexus 4. Sensation was my last HTC product.
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