Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 24th Apr 2013 22:24 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless They're here! Whether that excites you or not remains to be seen, but the Galaxy S4, which will most likely become the best selling Android smartphone of the year by a huge margin, has been reviewed by all the major sites, and there's lots of interesting conclusions in there - although I think most of you will get the gist.
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HTC One camera killed it for me...
by gsyoungblood on Fri 26th Apr 2013 15:10 UTC
gsyoungblood
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2007-01-09

HTC's gimmick of the Ultra pixel 4 mp camera killed the phone as an option for me. I end up using my phone most of the time for pictures. Sad, but that's what I have with me, so it's either no shot or use the phone. The camera is a big deal.

I'm also on Verizon. I was all set to go and get the HTC One and change carriers to do so, probably TMobile or Sprint, but then comments about the camera started coming out. Seems a lot of people like the way the camera works, and the low light performance, but the common thread was soft pictures.

I wish HTC would get their act together. I like HTC. I still have my original Droid Incredible. That was a great little phone (especially once you got rid of HTC's Sense ROM). Now it's a wifi phone. ;)

I have a Galaxy Nexus (VZW), and that camera is barely adequate at 5mp, and the quality is just not that great. I'm ready to replace it, but only for something with a good camera. Otherwise, not much point in upgrading. At least not for me.

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Fergy Member since:
2006-04-10

HTC's gimmick of the Ultra pixel 4 mp camera killed the phone as an option for me.

How many mp do you need? And what do you use them for?

I have read reviews that state that the lumia 920 and htc one have the best cameras.

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