HTC One? Sony Xperia Z1? Anything else?
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Nexus 5 might be tasty.
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Paul. wrote:Nexus 5 might be tasty.
You're not supposed to eat them!
bigboss wrote:HTC One? Sony Xperia Z1? Anything else?
bigboss wrote:Which is the best Android phone (including upcoming phones)?
Any that can be reloaded with Windows or IOS :shifty:
Diamond Joe wrote:Paul. wrote:Nexus 5 might be tasty.You're not supposed to eat them!
they should stop naming them after sweets then!
I am thinking myself about a Galaxy S3 which is currently at half price in Amazon. Otherwise would go for Nexus 5.
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But for the reported build issues I would be rather tempted by the LG G2.
If rumour and speculation are to be believed, this is the phone which the Nexus 5 is based on so I wouldn’t be holding out for any great improvement there but we’ll soon find out.
Thanks for your inputs! I'm thinking of HTC One (best build quality) vs Nexus 5.
HTC one smartphone wins at T3 gadget awards.
HTC One Max phablet with 5.9" screen coming end of October, basically a bigger One but *with a microSD card slot*!!! That alone might make me switch, if I've got the money (which I haven't).
32GB is more than sufficient for me. I think I'm going to order HTC One next week. Will put my cancellation notice with EE tomorrow, and ask for PAC code (that usually brings the best deals out). In any case, Vodafone is far cheaper, & I've heard they give 20% discount to NHS staff too!
The Japanese and others near their country's location all seem to WANT items smaller in size... no idea where this bigger idea came from over here in the West ? ... seems weird when seeing a few folks with massivly sized tablet things used like phones lol.
I myself love my Samsung S2.... does all that I am looking for tbh.
If you think of it as a small tablet rather than a big phone, it makes sense. Most people dont really talk on the phone, so in that case phablets make a little sense. I personaly like using my phone one handed, so no use for me.
The note 3 does have a one handed mode, which I think is frankly a little insane...