Reviews and Problems with HTC One Mini 2 /One Remix
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HTC One remix: performance champ
18 November 2014
Excerpt: Like most other mid-range phones, the spec sheet of the HTC One remix doesn’t have much to brag about. The phone’s equipped with a 1.4 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor that’s paired with a measly 1GB of RAM.
Excerpt: Verizon may have been the last major US service provider to carry , but things are a little different now that it’s 2014. Verizon managed to stock the in retail stores several weeks before the competition and now ...
Excerpt: Since the launch of the original in 2013, HTC has been on a UltraPixel kick in an effort to improve the overall camera experience on its One series of handsets. While all of last year’s One handsets had 4-megapixel sensors, HTC has chosen to keep UltraPixels tied directly to its flagship ...
Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs. HTC One mini 2: Metal mania
17 September 2014
Conclusion: The Galaxy Alpha marks a new beginning for Samsung, which HTC may view as trespassing on their premium territory. Samsung may have found a weakness - HTC have a proper full-size flagship but their compact offering feels like a midranger at times.
Summary: The HTC One Remix is truly the little brother of HTC's M8--it's smaller and less powerful, but still pretty awesome. It gets the job done in a stylish package, and for a free phone, that's a big achievement. I also like the quality dual speakers, BlinkFeed app and 13-MP camera.
Conclusion: Verizon’s HTC One Remix may not have all the high-end specs of its bigger cousin, the HTC One M8, but it works like a solid mid-range smartphone. The Remix’s cameras are top notch and its processor is speedy, but some aspects of the device’s design and the 720p screen bring it down a notch.
Pros: Sturdy metal back, Excellent cameras, Solid mid-range specs
Cons: Not a full HD screen, Slower processor, Bezels and onscreen buttons waste space
Summary: The HTC One remix is a midrange device with slightly above midrange performance, overall. The display is most certainly its strongest feature, and kudos to HTC for mitigating issues from overhead glare, and the speakers are also fairly strong, compared against other smartphones.
Summary: My advice to someone who would like to purchase the most efficient device in terms of power management, performance, display and factors of the latest technology and at a fairer price is to go for the HTC One mini 2, it has the best the market has to offer.
Excerpt: Most of the excitement in the global smartphone market is found at the high end, where premium handsets packed to the gills with cutting-edge technology battle for consumers’ attention in developed markets.