Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Apr 2013 22:21 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The reviews are universally positive, and virtually everyone seems to agree: the HTC One is one heck of an Android device, and quite possibly the best phone currently on the market. Outstanding build quality, great design, fast - and just like the One X before it, it looks like to me it's a far better phone than its Galaxy counterparts. Why, then, is no one buying HTC phones?
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So, why is it better?
by tomz on Mon 8th Apr 2013 23:24 UTC
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Reviews? Specs? Are they really different or at the margins?

I am looking - one of the Moto Droids has a QWERTY slide-out, and the Samsung has the stylus enabled Note2. Can I put a (FAT32) 64Gb uSD in?

I'm also more interested in the Blackberries - apparently the Android ports work well, and it has much better battery life and security.

No one as mentioned LG, but they are there too.

I'm also not sure about accessories, but more kinds tend to be more available for more popular phones.

If the Nokia N950 (Meego w/ QWERTY) were available I would probably have one.

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RE: So, why is it better?
by REM2000 on Tue 9th Apr 2013 08:50 in reply to "So, why is it better?"
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I have a Galaxy Note 2 with 64GB MicroSD card in it on FAT32, loads of videos and pictures on it and it works luke a charm.

Battery is incredibly good on the Note, can easily get a day and a half with pretty heavy usage.

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