HTC It takes several generations by presenting good phones, but end up not curdling the success that do have models of competition. And with the HTC One M9 in sight and its known features – although, eye, not yet official-, today we want to be the protagonist of our question of the week:
Is One M9 success that HTC has spent years looking for?
After several generations and great reviews of public and media (we gave him to the M8 8.8 and 8.7 to the M7), will it be 2015 final year of its ‘flagship’ success? What ingredients do you need to achieve this?
Question of the week
They began with great force the rumors about the new Samsung Galaxy S6, and related to them we wanted to ask if it seemed I good choice put aside the Snapdragon to opt for a new Exynos. The most voted answer is for cristianm4691:
I personally like more qualcomn, but it is just a matter of tastes. At home there are two galaxy tab of 8.4 “(a Pro with a qualcomn 800 and an S with an Exynos octa), both have 2k resolution screen and I notice no nor the slightest difference in anything. Even in games, or in performance, battery, or widgets or anything. This is to say that two processors (better than from my tab) are spectacular and it is impossible to tell difference in day to day, or even if the Geek of the day you come to tell me that you need “power” for your personal use, the only visible difference would be the benchmark.If we bear in mind that the 95% of the population does not know or if your processor is dual core or quad core, that freciencia works, or nm is made, I don’t want to make it something very meaningful so that they affect to their mass sales (there is Apple selling like hotcakes their dual core). Rather more influences the physical section, “mpx cameras”, etc..Logically, as I prefer Qualcomn spite of saying that nearly the difference there is not, with respect to those who think the opposite. But this type of factors only influence “more understanding” sector (or Geek, as my friends say), which represent a very small percentage.
Many thanks to everyone for participating!
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