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3/25/2014
11:15 AM

HTC One: Sleek Design, Novel Camera

HTC's updated One smartphone delivers a stunning design with an all-metal skin, 5-inch display, and powerful camera. Where does that leave Samsung and Apple?

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Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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3/25/2014 | 3:30:58 PM
It's a plot
It's just cruel to come out with nice upgrades when the contract upgrade cycle is two years. Hmm, wonder what AT&T will pay on trade-in for last year's model ...
perplexedstill
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3/25/2014 | 12:04:53 PM
Which cell phone?
I currently have an HTC Inspire. All good except the camera sucks. It's the worst which is why I'm shopping. But what to buy? Will this new HTC One really be a great camera that happens to be a phone? This is why I was considering Nokia Lumia but not thrilled with Windows platform. So then I figured I'd bite the bullet and get an iPhone 5s. I know nothing about the new Samsungs. Now this new ONE?  What to do?!?!  I use my phone mostly for photos, uploading them, texting. Sometimes I actually talk.
Ubiquitousnewt
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3/25/2014 | 11:55:01 AM
iPhone wannabee - because
"...Non-removeable battery." That's a dealbreaker for a lot of Android users, guy. You can neither replace the battery yourself, nor ensure that your phone is off.
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