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  Reply # 778682 12-Mar-2013 16:49
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i have heard poor battery on the htc one as well... man whats the point of making such phones with average to poor battery...

looking forward to the s4 announcements now...


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  Reply # 778694 12-Mar-2013 17:01
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HTC have always had poor battery, really not sure why. It is probably the easiest part of phone manufacturing to get right and one of the most important, yet they continue to treat like a by product.

Not too sure on the S4 if the reported leaked images are true and the continue crap build quality.

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  Reply # 778776 12-Mar-2013 20:08
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Krishant007: i have heard poor battery on the htc one as well... man whats the point of making such phones with average to poor battery...

looking forward to the s4 announcements now...



So are you talking about the One, or the One X. Because I didn't think enough Ones had been released into the wild get a real user feel for whether the 2300mAh battery would make a difference.
In fact there are some reviews to the contrary.
http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2013/03/11/htc-one-battery-tests-impress-beats-competition/




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  Reply # 781107 13-Mar-2013 14:36
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Really want this phone. In white it's a beautiful piece of machine. But the price from Mobicity is stupid.



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  Reply # 781109 13-Mar-2013 14:42
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Dingbatt:
Krishant007: i have heard poor battery on the htc one as well... man whats the point of making such phones with average to poor battery...

looking forward to the s4 announcements now...



So are you talking about the One, or the One X. Because I didn't think enough Ones had been released into the wild get a real user feel for whether the 2300mAh battery would make a difference.
In fact there are some reviews to the contrary.
http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2013/03/11/htc-one-battery-tests-impress-beats-competition/


I saw the review from The Verge - it was reviewed yesterday and they said that the battery is quite average. 

I am talking about the One and not the one x. 



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  Reply # 781114 13-Mar-2013 15:01
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All due respect to The Verge they cannot make any comment worth a damn about the battery after 36 hours with the device, their review is a bit of a let down (as in their article, not the conclusion about the phone) - seems like it was clearly pushed to cream some hits before others pushed theirs out also. Brian Klug of Anandtech is being more rigorous with his review process and battery testing and he tweeted that his findings do not align with The Verge review comments on battery life. I know whose analysis I trust more.




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  Reply # 781116 13-Mar-2013 15:14
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NZtechfreak: All due respect to The Verge they cannot make any comment worth a damn about the battery after 36 hours with the device, their review is a bit of a let down (as in their article, not the conclusion about the phone) - seems like it was clearly pushed to cream some hits before others pushed theirs out also. Brian Klug of Anandtech is being more rigorous with his review process and battery testing and he tweeted that his findings do not align with The Verge review comments on battery life. I know whose analysis I trust more.


ya fair enough..i would wait for more reviews as well.. I know Anandtechs reviews are a lot more thorough than any other site that I usually encounter. I would not really get a phone without checking out at least 4-5 reviews. 

I have disregarded getting the Sony Xperia Z for quite consistently average reviews (screen and camera were below average). 

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  Reply # 781123 13-Mar-2013 15:33
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RE: Xperia Z and its screen and camera - I agree with those reviews.




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  Reply # 781214 13-Mar-2013 18:54
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This review seems to think the battery isn't too bad. Considering they had dull brightness on that screen, the battery isn't bad at all
http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/reviews/htc-butterfly-review-329821

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  Reply # 781486 14-Mar-2013 11:13
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Well after countless reviews and forum reading still not sure on this phone. The complete lack of a developer community is a little off putting too...

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