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HTC One / HTC still setting the standard.
« on: July 20, 2016, 06:59:21 AM »
While it seems that everyone these days is raving about the Apple and Samsung devices, HTC seem to be still flying under the radar a little and aren't getting the attention that I think they deserve.

I've had an HTC device ever since the HTC ONE M7 came out, and I've now got the M9 version and this series of phones just keeps on getting better. A lot of the feature you find on this series of phones are also found on other brands, but in my opinion they work slicker and better on the HTC ONE than what they do on the others, and that bares out by the amount of smartphone awards they have won, including best smartphone on more than one occasion.

For me the only reason the HTC ONE range isn't getting the recognition it deserves is simply down to the budget of the company, and while Apple and Samsung are to of the biggest companies in the world and so can spend an unlimited amount on marketing and advertising, HTC aren't and so can't possibly match that sort of exposure the others can afford.

When you're looking at buying your next smartphone, would you be willing to consider the HTC or will you be a sheep and just follow what everyone else is buying?

HTC One / HTC ONE M8 - Better, or just more of the same?
« on: February 24, 2016, 08:06:34 AM »
When the original HTC ONE hit the market, it received a lot of 4 and 5 star reviews winning it the smartphone of the year award, so is this newer version of the model just as good, or as HTC just released the M8 model, as a way of cashing in?

Would users of the HTC ONE M7 be advised to upgrade their devices to the newer model, or is there not actually that much difference between the two?

HTC One / HTC ONE is underrated?
« on: February 24, 2016, 07:57:39 AM »
Despite the original HTC ONE when it first came came out winning a number of awards and excellent reviews, I'm not sure the phone as got the recognition it deserves from the smartphone buying public.

The first incarnation of the  HTC ONE, the M7 model, even won the smartphone of the year award but still didn't sell as well as other devices such as the iPhone and Samsung ranges, and I'm wondering why that could be?

Is it the fact that HTC don't have the funds available to match the bigger brands when it comes to advertising, or are people just unwilling to change to a different brand, no matter how good the reviews say they are?

Introduce yourself / Just saying hello...
« on: February 18, 2016, 09:18:07 AM »
Hi guys and girls, I've only just signed up to the forum, so thought I'd just say a quick hello from over here in the UK.

After having the iPhone for a number of years, I switched my allegiances to Android a while ago now, and I'd never go back, well...not unless one of you can convince me otherwise!

Hope to see you around the boards anyway, and I'll look forward to chatting with you all soon.

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