When HTC launched their flagship One (M8), I was quite disappointed with their choice to go with the 4 MP UltraPixel camera. Not long afterwards though, they released a 13 MP variant, albeit in polycarbonate. Read on to find out how this alternative stacks up to the M8, and whether it is any good.
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I wasn’t very happy with HTC’s decision to launch the One (E8) over a month ago. Using the brilliant HTC One (M8) with a 90% metal body, the faster processor, superb UI and dazzling display as a baseline, they re-launched it in plastic but with a better camera. Understandably many One (M8) customers grumbled, but perhaps they will not now – the One (E8) will cost just S$658.
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Welcome to Droid Pack 2014 (Part 1), Twenty First Tech’s Flagship Shootout! Here we will put the three currently available Q2 2014 flagships head-to-head to see which one is truly the king of the Android domain. The LG G3 is a recent release, and will be included in Droid Pack 2014 (Part 2).
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Not the best move HTC, I must say. Exactly two months ago, HTC launched their brilliant HTC One (M8) with a 90% metal body, the faster processor, superb UI and dazzling display. Problem is, it took the 4 MP UltraPixel gamble again, and failed. Again. Now HTC has released the One (E8), with a polycarbonate body, but a 13 MP camera.
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Welcome to another article in our series Should I Upgrade? Here, we examine if the new iteration of a device is really worth it to purchase over its predecessor. Today, we’ll be looking at the spectacular LG G3, and how it stacks up to the 8 month old G2.
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Following hot on the heels of many successful Samsung launches, the Galaxy S5 was touted to be the next big thing. It was rumored to have a flexible screen, a metal chassis, a brilliant camera, and more. Samsung instead, went back to the basics. And we struggle to understand what that really means to the folks in Seoul.
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Welcome to Twenty First Tech’s review of the Sony Xperia Z2. Third in the flagship Z line from Sony, the extremely short time between this and the Z1 has caused the resale value of the Z1 to take a large hit. Still, the Z1 is a very capable device, and the Z2 looks to build upon that legacy.
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