Reviews and Problems with HTC Butterfly / X920D / X920E / Deluxe / J Butterfly / Droid DNA / HTL21
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"The phone is very unreliable all other features great!"
13 January 2014
Pros: I love the interface, picture quality, screen size, ease of use. Great for anything other than a phone.
Cons: I am on my 4th phone in 10 months. The sim card constantly gives me errors & I am unable to use phone. Constantly on phone with tech support. I had to get my 1st replacement phone day 1 after purchase. Very unreliable as a phone! Short battery life.
Excerpt: I was torn between this phone and the Galaxy Note2. I wish I had bought the Galaxy. This phone has been one series of problems after another. The biggest problem is this -- the phone regular loses "contact" with the SIM card. This makes the phone useless in emergency situations. I have had the phone replaced three times because of this.
Pros: Good screen, Good hands free, Able to disable bulk apps that I don't want. GPS works unlike other phones that crap out after 7 hours of travel
Cons: Poor audio on Bluetooth voice announce. Distorted audio on Bluetooth to h/s, lousy Battery Life, Battery runs down even when on charge with open apps. Slow home screen icons, No extra memory card. Needs more memory. No redial on voice commands.
Not worth, Quad + big screen vs short lifespan, bad conveyance,no KB, no SD
4 March 2013
Summary: NOT SO AWESOME. What I can tell you is that it was a big expectation before I got it and it quickly became a letdown on the first day! Pros: Nice highres screen w/ Gorrilla(Not dragonfly) Glass, and good response with about 2GB RAM. If you run 4G the response is better for the net. Plays N64 ok at frameskip 3 with few graphical glitches. Cons: The battery is just ridiculously short! What is even worse is that you can NOT replace it!
Pros: Picture quality is great, and the processor is quick.
Cons: The Bluetooth connection to car audio, specifically Nissan/Infiniti is awful. The Gorrilla glass shatters like an egg after a 1 foot fall onto my kitchen counter, and still no wireless charge pad available anywhere. Oh, Well.....
Summary: Legende Einleitung Daten Ausstattung Kameras und Multimedia Zubehör Software Fazit Das HTC Butterfly Das HTC Butterfly ist ein Oberklassen Smartphone. Die Technologie des LCD3 Superscreens überzeugte schon im großen Bruder HTC One. Leider ist es nicht auf dem Standart seiner Mitbestreiter (Samsung Galaxy S4 oder Sony Xperia Z), welche mit einer Full-HD-Auflösung punkten.
Pros: Sehr gute Verarbeitung, guter Prozessor
Cons: Wenig Speicher, kein Speicherkartenslot, geringe Akkulaufzeit