Summary: I love the phone as a whole - design, speed, response in general. I don't mind the slightly shorter battery life. This is until I hit the ultimate network and phoneline connectivity issue. I had missed so many calls, text and data msgs. I had gone through the hassle of changing my sim card too. Problem still persist and the internet community agrees its a common problem with HTC One range.
Summary: I got this phone as a birthday present. First problem I had - back of the case was bowed causing the screen to lift up. 3 months later I got it back to find it plagued with the helicopter/home button bug. Made the phone unusable. After a major update the bug happens rarely but now its been replaced with some more. Google voice keeps activating while I am doing things, again making it unusable.
Summary: After a mytouch 4g slide, this is a major disappintment. It seems deaf to the HSPA+ data network, The GPS takes forever to lock in, the flexability of removable memory and battery were sacrificed to make it slightly lighter. While the screen is a little larger, the on screen keyboard still too small for my fat fingers. The camera interface is nice, and the ability to focus at super close up photos is impressive.
"Nice phone IF there was not that VERY SERIOUS BUG"
12 October 2012
Pros: - Light, but strong - Slick and elegant - Battery ok (with some tweaking it lasts me a fair day with about 3-4 hours screen on time, with stock software it still does 15 hours runtime) - Good Audio - PERFECT CAM!!! - Very good screen - Fast!
Cons: - Home button issue not taken care of by HTC