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Default HTC One - Unboxing Video - 03-18-2013, 01:26 | posts: 658

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRUaa2aCsBs

This is looking quite nice, most likely my next phone.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:36 | posts: 2,353 | Location: Ireland

I received this phone yesterday and I have to say this phone is amazing. Runs really fast, looks fantastic and the sound of it is the best ive heard on a phone. Stereo speakers with built in amps. Love it.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:39 | posts: 658

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I received this phone yesterday and I have to say this phone is amazing. Runs really fast, looks fantastic and the sound of it is the best ive heard on a phone. Stereo speakers with built in amps. Love it.
Awesome! Looking completely perfect so far (minus it coming with Sense, but who cares). Just patiently awaiting it to arrive to Canada so I can pick one up myself. Upgrading from an S2x, so it'll be quite an upgrade in every category.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:42 | posts: 2,353 | Location: Ireland

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Awesome! Looking completely perfect so far (minus it coming with Sense, but who cares). Just patiently awaiting it to arrive to Canada so I can pick one up myself. Upgrading from an S2x, so it'll be quite an upgrade in every category.
Im not sure if you know this. It has a IR blaster in it so you can control your TV with it
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:43 | posts: 6,441 | Location: Chilling

Can you run the Antutu, Vellamo and Quadrant benchmarks on it please!

I would love to know how well Snapdragon 600 runs on a released device.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:49 | posts: 658

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Im not sure if you know this. It has a IR blaster in it so you can control your TV with it
Yup! Can't say I'll be using that feature too much, but it's nice to have features like that regardless... never know when it'll come in handy
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 01:52 | posts: 2,353 | Location: Ireland

Heres the benchmarks.



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Default 03-18-2013, 02:45 | posts: 1,207 | Location: Oregon

A quick search shows that it will be on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 02:58 | posts: 1,207 | Location: Oregon

I'd get it on AT&T if my upgrade wasn't 9 months out. Maybe the "One 2" will be out/being talked about by then.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 03:03 | posts: 7,221 | Location: Dubai

Looks nicer than the S4 to me.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 03:11 | posts: 6,441 | Location: Chilling

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Heres the benchmarks.


I threw your results in here:

Top: Nexus 4 (Snapdragon S4 Pro (Krait 200+Adreno 320))
Middle: Galaxy S4 (Exynos 5 Octa (A15/A7 BIG.little+ 544MP3))
Bottom: HTC One (Snapdragon 600 (Krait 300+Adreno 320))

Quadrant:
Nexus 4: 4927
Galaxy S4: 11782
HTC One: 12168

CPU:10416
CPU:39190
CPU: 35926

Memory: 7419
Memory: 9662
Memory: 10788

IO: 4156
IO: 7338
IO: 10771

2D: 340
2D: 500
2D: 1032 (!, it's a still an Adreno 320...)

3D: 2303
3D: 2220 (What the heck!?)
3D: 2323

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Antatu:

Nexus 4: 16635
Galaxy S4: 20105
HTC One: 22658

CPU: 5384
CPU: 6497
CPU: 10756

GPU: 8127
GPU: 8574
GPU: 8315

RAM: 2327
RAM: 4131
RAM: 2680

IO: 797
IO: 903
IO: 907

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Vellamo:
Nexus 4 HTML5: 1372
Galaxy S4 HTML5: 2076
HTC One: 2396

Nexus 4 Metal: 618
Galaxy S4 Metal: 824
HTC One: 790


The Snapdragon 600 is definitely a big improvement over the already reigning champion, the S4 Pro. Can't wait to see the Krait 400 and Adreno 330 (Snapdragon 800) .

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Default 03-18-2013, 03:19 | posts: 6,441 | Location: Chilling

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Chillin, can you make the HTC One's results stand out a bit more?
It's not really complicated:

Top: Nexus 4 (Snapdragon S4 Pro (Krait 200+Adreno 320))
Middle: Galaxy S4 (Exynos 5 Octa (A15/A7 BIG.little+ 544MP3))
Bottom: HTC One (Snapdragon 600 (Krait 300+Adreno 320))

Though feel free to take my list and add the respective smartphones before each result.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 03:37 | posts: 6,441 | Location: Chilling

By the way, can do one more test.

The heat from the Nexus 4 pisses me off to no end. Can you please do the following test to see if they fixed the heat issues in the Snapdragon 600.

-Download this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rosensor&hl=en

Set tunein radio to some station at maximum volume on speaker (not over WiFi, over 3G/4G), activate a 3D GPS program (Waze, etc),), have Skype in the background and have the phone plugged in charging during all this.

Have this running for about 20 min at room temperature, after 20 min fire up AndroSensor and see what the temperatures are listed for the battery (as well as anything else).

On the Nexus 4, it reaches a blistering 50 degrees celsius doing this.

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Default 03-18-2013, 03:44 | posts: 16,959 | Location: US East Coast

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By the way, can do one more test.

The heat from the Nexus 4 pisses me off to no end. Can you please do the following test to see if they fixed the heat issues in the Snapdragon 600.

-Download this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rosensor&hl=en

Set tunein radio to some station at maximum volume on speaker (not over WiFi, over 3G/4G), activate a 3D GPS program (Waze, etc),) and have the phone plugged in charging during all this.

Have this running for about 20 min at room temperature, after 20 min fire up AndroSensor and see what the temperatures are listed for the battery (as well as anything else).

On the Nexus 4, it reaches a blistering 50 degrees celsius doing this.
50C seems a bit hot for a cellphone.

btw....

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I threw your results in here:


Quadrant:
Nexus 4: 4927
Galaxy S4: 11782
HTC One: 12168

CPU:10416
CPU:39190
CPU: 35926

Memory: 7419
Memory: 9662
Memory: 10788

IO: 4156
IO: 7338
IO: 10771

2D: 340
2D: 500
2D: 1032 (!, it's a still an Adreno 320...)

3D: 2303
3D: 2220 (What the heck!?)
3D: 2323

===========

Antatu:

Nexus 4: 16635
Galaxy S4: 20105
HTC One: 22658

CPU: 5384
CPU: 6497
CPU: 10756

GPU: 8127
GPU: 8574
GPU: 8315

RAM: 2327
RAM: 4131
RAM: 2680

IO: 797
IO: 903
IO: 907

========

Vellamo:
Nexus 4 HTML5: 1372
Galaxy S4 HTML5: 2076
HTC One: 2396

Nexus 4 Metal: 618
Galaxy S4 Metal: 824
HTC One: 790


The Snapdragon 600 is definitely a big improvement over the already reigning champion, the S4 Pro. Can't wait to see the Krait 400 and Adreno 330 (Snapdragon 800) .
Best I can do without testing every font.

That last popcorn eating image is the best one so far.


   
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Default 03-18-2013, 03:50 | posts: 6,441 | Location: Chilling

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50C seems a bit hot for a cellphone.
You think? Look what it say right below the damn temp.

   
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Default 03-18-2013, 03:54 | posts: 16,959 | Location: US East Coast

Seems like they should be giving a warning that interrupts other operations.


   
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Default 03-18-2013, 04:16 | posts: 2,853

why is this in the news forum ? , would it not have been better in the phone sub-forum ?
   
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why is this in the news forum ? , would it not have been better in the phone sub-forum ?
Indeed.


Anyway, beautiful phone. If nothing else interesting is released within the next few months I think this will be it for me.
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 10:55 | posts: 950 | Location: Land Down Under

Nice phone, but unless they unlock the bootloader without voiding the warranty I'm not interested
   
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Default 03-18-2013, 12:19 | posts: 1,495 | Location: United States

no removable battery

no microSD card

Only two capcitative buttons...

Gonna pass. Looks like S4 is where I'm going.
   
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no removable battery

no microSD card

Only two capcitative buttons...

Gonna pass. Looks like S4 is where I'm going.
MicroSD card slot isn't required since it comes in the 64GB flavour as well as the 32GB.

Unsure on the battery specs but it's supposed to be better but this is completely irrelevant and you've ignored the feature design of the phone...

The One is made from a single aluminium block and therefore is the worlds first solid and metallic design thus your never going to be able to change the battery.
   
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MicroSD card slot isn't required since it comes in the 64GB flavour as well as the 32GB.

Unsure on the battery specs but it's supposed to be better but this is completely irrelevant and you've ignored the feature design of the phone...

The One is made from a single aluminium block and therefore is the worlds first solid and metallic design thus your never going to be able to change the battery.
who said 64GB is all I wanted? Plus you pay a nice premium for that extra memory versus just buying an inexpensive SD card
   
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MicroSD card slot isn't required since it comes in the 64GB flavour as well as the 32GB.

Unsure on the battery specs but it's supposed to be better but this is completely irrelevant and you've ignored the feature design of the phone...

The One is made from a single aluminium block and therefore is the worlds first solid and metallic design thus your never going to be able to change the battery.
I couldn't care less about what it's made off, my s4 will be sat in an otter box case. also, 64gb models of any phone are more expensive than let's say 16gb. I'm getting an s4 and will stick my 16gb memory card in it that has served me well for 3 years now.

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Default 03-18-2013, 22:40 | posts: 16,755 | Location: Above the Arctic Circle, Norway

I agree that a removable battery and an SD card slot would be nice, but I suppose it just isn't possible with the current design where they pyramid stack components with the battery in the middle. Anyway, it doesn't really matter to me. My current HTC has both a removable battery and an SD card slot, but I still only use the 8GB card that came with it and I've not needed to replace the battery after 2 years of use. Over here you have 5 years warranty anyway, it doesn't matter if the battery dies.

People have different uses I suppose. I use Spotify to stream music on the go (seriously, this service is really good!), I don't need heaps of local storage.
   
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