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Both the S4 and One are fantastic phones but I personally love the design and feel of the One. Can't really go wrong with either one though...

But how do they compete when it comes to performance, power consumption and price? (the three Ps!!!)
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Only thing I dislike about the One is the screen size (wish it were 5 inches like the DNA). The camera honestly has gotten really good reviews so I'm not sure what Rubers is on about.

Like I said, the camera isn't that good. I've provided some points for you to look at. Please actually look at them instead of not doing so and assuming I'm wrong because you don't like me.




http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_one_vs_xperia_z-review-917p9.php

It has really good low-light shots, though. But it appears to sacrifice detail of shots and the benefits wane.
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Maybe you should check out the Anandtech article I posted for you? Trading zooming detail for low light superiority does NOT make it an inferior camera; just one with a different focus. The camera actually is very good and several reviews have said its the best camera available on Android (which I gave you links to).
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Maybe you should check out the Anandtech article I posted for you? Trading zooming detail for low light superiority does NOT make it an inferior camera; just one with a different focus. The camera actually is very good and several reviews have said its the best camera available on Android (which I gave you links to).

Yeah, I have read many of them. Not many of them mention the lack of detail, or they gloss over it. and they all say it's "one of" the best cameras. The Sony Xperia Z has one of the best cameras too according to the same sites.

And those images are not zoomed in, they're 100%, but cropped at those particular locations.

All views state that the HTC One has good low light, but the day shots are not as good as other cameras.

The HTC One is a good device, but it's inferior to a lot of others. It's not the best device on the market.
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Yeah, I have read many of them. Not many of them mention the lack of detail, or they gloss over it. and they all say it's "one of" the best cameras. The Sony Xperia Z has one of the best cameras too according to the same sites.

And those images are not zoomed in, they're 100%, but cropped at those particular locations.

All views state that the HTC One has good low light, but the day shots are not as good as other cameras.

The HTC One is a good device, but it's inferior to a lot of others. It's not the best device on the market.

Says you. I've provided links to half a dozen professionals that say you're wrong. People can take that for what they will...
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No, says the evidence. I posted images that are irrefutable proof that the camera on the HTC One simply isn't as good as at least one device currently on the market. It doesn't capture the same amount of detail and colour as the Xperia Z. Therefore, it doesn't have the best camera on the market, unlike you said. And, by the way, my link was for a professional mobile phone review website that is in the business of reviewing mobile devices almost exclusively. Even then, it's just ONE opinion, much like the ones you posted are just the opinions of the reviewer.

You haven't provided anything that says I'm wrong. You provided a bias post that only included extracts from reviews saying the good things about it.

It quite simply isn't the best smartphone out there.
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Those shots in the gsmarena review are sort of misleading. If that's a 100% crop on the Xperia Z, then the HTC One comparison shot is way more than a 100% crop due to the differences in resolution since both cameras have a fairly similar FOV.
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I guess that makes sense, though I'm just going by what they said. But checking, they didn't say 100%, just cropped. So, I think you might be right.
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