Reviews and Problems with HTC One Mini 2 /One Remix
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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: Although it's not the fastest phone in its price range, I prefer the HTC One Remix over the Droid Mini and the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini because of its more luxurious design, better camera and slightly better endurance.
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.
Summary: As has been the trend, flagship devices are often given the shrink ray treatment resulting in a more accessible version. This is true for HTC’s current popular flagship, the HTC One M8, as well, and what we have in our hands is something that looks quite literally like a smaller version of its...
Summary: HTC has crafted another beautiful handset in the One mini 2, but we can't help but wonder if it's speedy enough. It's armed with the same processor as Motorola's budget Moto G, but with a much heftier £360 price tag.
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.
Summary: Just like daddy?! HTC's One M8 is one of the most interesting premium smartphones on the market. Now, a model with a smaller screen has been launched, dubbed HTC One Mini 2. Read in our report why the mini does a better job than the more expensive bigger model in some test fields.
Pros: Very well-built chassis, Metal casing, Elegant design, Decent cameras, Great speakers, Good speech quality, The great casing and the superb speakers.
Cons: Difficult maintenance, Screen's bluish cast, Only adequate performance, Tool indispensable for removing micro-SD, A bit more power - please!