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Originally Posted by DaveLT View Post

DDR3 RAM doesn't matter a single bit if it's not giving the Samsung an edge. The S4 only has a edge because of the increased clock, that's all.
What's wrong with DDR2 huh?

Dude you are wrong I'm sorry DDR3 is so much faster than DDR2, i had both phones and let me tell you the s4 when it comes to RAM handles things much much better than the htc one. 

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They both use DDR3. Failed. Stop trying to diss the HTC One.
Snapdragon 600 is a SoC meaning every phone that uses APQ8064T uses DDR3
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I have used both. HTC one gets my vote. To me the S4 is really really cheap plastic and it feels cheap as well. Yes I know its a great phone spec wise. I just couldn't stand how cheap it felt......Now it seems HTC will also maybe let early htc one owners ditch sense 5 and go pure 4.2.2 that would be a very classy move....Also the htc one uses DDR3 as well :-) not sure wher you got it only used DDR2 from....
Edited by falcon26 - 5/31/13 at 8:08pm
post #634 of 839
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I have used both. HTC one gets my vote. To me the S4 is really really cheap plastic and it feels cheap as well. Yes I know its a great phone spec wise. I just couldn't stand how cheap it felt......Now it seems HTC will also maybe let early htc one owners ditch sense 5 and go pure 4.2.2 that would be a very classy move....Also the htc one uses DDR3 as well :-) not sure wher you got it only used DDR2 from....

ROFL.

If you've even used the Samsung Galaxy S4 you would not say that it's cheap feeling.

The Galaxy S4 feel premium and has excellent build quality.

The HTC One uses aluminium which inhibits signal transmission and is very temperature sensitive (when it's cold, the phone feels cold).

The Galaxy S4 uses polycarbonate which is not temperature sensitive so even on cold days, the phone wont feel cold.
post #635 of 839
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They both use DDR3. Failed. Stop trying to diss the HTC One.
Snapdragon 600 is a SoC meaning every phone that uses APQ8064T uses DDR3

Um no sorry htc one does not use DDR3 keep looking. 

 

edit: btw even on htc website says ddr2

 

edit : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=38384058&postcount=18


Edited by Emu105 - 5/31/13 at 9:29pm
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ROFL.

If you've even used the Samsung Galaxy S4 you would not say that it's cheap feeling.

The Galaxy S4 feel premium and has excellent build quality.

The HTC One uses aluminium which inhibits signal transmission and is very temperature sensitive (when it's cold, the phone feels cold).

The Galaxy S4 uses polycarbonate which is not temperature sensitive so even on cold days, the phone wont feel cold.
BS. S4 feels cheap as hell. Hardly anything you call "premium"

3) Steel inhibits signal transmission aluminium doesn't. If that is so, then why do they have the antenna on the back? And also if that's true airplanes wouldn't even be able to transmit/rx any radio waves
Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and doesn't suffer from "Death grip"

4) You think HTC with their tens of years of R&D wouldn't know it? Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and the phone isn't susceptible to temperature. If that is true it wouldn't be working up on mount fuji @ -20C when i was in japan
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BS. S4 feels cheap as hell. Hardly anything you call "premium"

3) Steel inhibits signal transmission aluminium doesn't. If that is so, then why do they have the antenna on the back? And also if that's true airplanes wouldn't even be able to transmit/rx any radio waves
Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and doesn't suffer from "Death grip"

4) You think HTC with their tens of years of R&D wouldn't know it? Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and the phone isn't susceptible to temperature. If that is true it wouldn't be working up on mount fuji @ -20C when i was in japan

Sorry but there are many threads on the Internet that have reported signal and radio problems with HTC smartphones particularly because of the aluminium build:

Poor signal reception on HTC One (LTE)
http://support.t-mobile.com/thread/41649?start=0&tstart=0
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I got my HTC One on Monday. LOVE the phone, and the HTC Sense interface is not too awful bad; I can live with that.

What I've found, though, is the aluminum body is causing major reception issues. I live in an area where LTE is available (Phx).

No signal and Aluminium (Question/Feedback)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2152885

Phone signal using aluminum case
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=264763
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I recently purchased an aluminum case (boxwave, PDair, I think they are all the same) to replace the free case. I love the aluminum case in every way except 1. The cell phone reception is MUCH worse with the phone in the case. I have read others get a 1 bar decrease, but in mildly weak areas (2 bars or less), the aluminum case kills the signal. I have actually missed calls. Even when the signal is OK, the case appears to degrade the sound quality over my Moto HS810 headset.
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I'm getting terrible reception in that case, too. The signal improves when I take the phone out of my pocket- so maybe it is the height or other obstructions?

Hmm. I might have to try a different case.
post #638 of 839
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BS. S4 feels cheap as hell. Hardly anything you call "premium"

3) Steel inhibits signal transmission aluminium doesn't. If that is so, then why do they have the antenna on the back? And also if that's true airplanes wouldn't even be able to transmit/rx any radio waves
Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and doesn't suffer from "Death grip"

4) You think HTC with their tens of years of R&D wouldn't know it? Just FYI, my phone's back is made from aluminium and the phone isn't susceptible to temperature. If that is true it wouldn't be working up on mount fuji @ -20C when i was in japan
I have the note 2 and it doesn't not feel premium I notice no difference to the iPhone 4 I used to have. While I do love the aluminum unibody of the HTC one I gotta say aluminum dents extremely easily and I doubt the phone would look as new as my note 2 after the torture I've subjected it too tongue.gif
Edit: I should also add that aluminum does indeed hinder signals that's why all the 3g/4g iPads have that black strip on there back something the HTC one is lacking
Edited by Sunreeper - 5/31/13 at 9:46pm
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I have the note 2 and it doesn't not feel premium I notice no difference to the iPhone 4 I used to have. While I do love the aluminum unibody of the HTC one I gotta say aluminum dents extremely easily and I doubt the phone would look as new as my note 2 after the torture I've subjected it too tongue.gif
Edit: I should also add that aluminum does indeed hinder signals that's why all the 3g/4g iPads have that black strip on there back something the HTC one is lacking

HTC One(Silver) have white plastic shot into gaps of the aluminium unibody on the back near the antenna zone to help signal, Black ones use black plastic. However how effective those plastic bands are is debatable.



From Anandtech's HTC One review:
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To a large extent, all-metal and phone are an oxymoron. It goes without saying that a phone requires cellular connectivity to be more than a brick, and sticking antennas inside of an RF opaque metal box isn’t an option, therefore an all metal platform necessitates using part of the exterior as the radiator itself. The problem with the exterior is that the device then becomes sensitive to capacitive detuning from contact with the skin, to say nothing of the attenuation from such close proximity with your water-filled appendages. I hopefully don’t need to revisit how this has been a problem for other handset manufacturers in the past who were a bit overzealous about pushing industrial design somewhere RF at the time wouldn’t allow it to go.
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..Also the htc one uses DDR3 as well :-) not sure wher you got it only used DDR2 from....

How about here: HTC One spec on HTC.com
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Originally Posted by JEDEC 
LPDDR3 offers a higher data rate, improved bandwidth and power efficiency, and higher memory densities over its groundbreaking predecessor, LPDDR2. LPDDR3 will preserve the power-efficient features and signaling interface of LPDDR2, allowing for fast clock stop/start, low-power self-refresh, and smart array management

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They both use DDR3. Failed. Stop trying to diss the HTC One.
Snapdragon 600 is a SoC meaning every phone that uses APQ8064T uses DDR3

False According to Anandtech: Galaxy S4 actually uses APQ8064AB, not APQ8064T
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Originally Posted by Anandtech 
Digging through the Galaxy S 4 kernel source we see references to an APQ8064AB part. As a recap, APQ8064 was the first quad-core Krait 200 SoC with no integrated modem, more commonly referred to as Snapdragon S4 Pro. APQ8064T was supposed to be its higher clocked/Krait 300 based successor that ended up with the marketing name Snapdragon 600. APQ8064AB however is, at this point, unique to the Galaxy S 4 but still carries the Snapdragon 600 marketing name.

We'll have to keep a close eye on this going forward, but it's clear to me that the Galaxy S 4 is shipping with something different than everyone else who has a Snapdragon 600 at this point.

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Sorry but there are many threads on the Internet that have reported signal and radio problems with HTC smartphones particularly because of the aluminium build:
Poor? How poor? Current aluminium body HTC phones don't suffer from it, how would the HTC One suffer it too? Unless they bungled up?
And yes my phone is truly aluminium on the back. With a dash of premium plastic.
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False
Galaxy S4 actually uses APQ8064AB, not APQ8064T
So you're saying i claimed S4 uses APQ8064T?
I never said S4 uses APQ8064T. I just said APQ8064T uses DDR3 and that's it. Which the HTC one uses, unless someone can prove it's not APQ8064T then it will be DDR3
APQ8064AB is the APQ8064 1.9GHz variant.
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