Today, we fight over discuss two amazing Android smartphones, the sleek HTC One and the feature-filled Samsung Galaxy S4. These are likely the best Android phones of 2013, and they will both draw huge followings. But which one is better?
HTC One users report that the capacitive home and back buttons are very hard to press, resulting in a less than desirable user experience. A fix is coming, but US users would have to wait.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is set to launch in South Korea tomorrow despite Samsung admitting to supply issues.
The HTC One has been announced for China, and is slightly different than its internation counterpart with microSD and dual-SIM support.
The HTC One is facing more delays in Europe following a preliminary injunction against the product won by Nokia in The Netherlands.
If you don’t want to wait for shipping, starting today, you can pick up the HTC One from T-Mobile retail stores.
What are the main advantages of the HTC One when pitted against the Samsung Galaxy S4? Where is the Galaxy S4 shinning when compared to the One? Join us for a full comparison.
An HTC One update, which includes camera enhancements, as well as some improvements in terms of performance and stability, is rolling out to European buyers.
A new Fujitsu smartphone has showed up on an AnTuTu benchmark breaking the 25,000 point barrier putting itself on par with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Despite unexpected setbacks, the HTC One is available in the U.S. from top carriers. With the 32GB version costing $199 or less, it’s priced right up there with similarly specced phones. However, as we all know too well, paying the subsidized price means getting locked into a contract, T-Mobile being an exception.