When it comes to the performance of the HTC One, it’s easy to see that it is far more superior than the Nexus 4, but what about the Galaxy S4? Both are the latest Android handsets, and are more evenly matched when compared to some of the older smartphones already on the market.
While there are several videos on YouTube that have pitted these handsets against each other, which gives you a greater understanding of each from a consumer point of view, but what about for professionals? Well, a recent Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One showdown has done just that, and so we will see what those results were.
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It’s great to see two companies taking different approaches to when it comes to the design of their new smartphones, as well as the hardware. The biggest difference in terms of design is that the S4 is essentially made from plastic and the HTC One from Aluminum. However, both do have their similarities, with one of them being more powerful than the iPhone 5.
In terms of design the HTC One is the winner, as it has a far better finish for business users, because it feels sturdier in the hand. While the display on both phones are of a high quality, the Galaxy S4 wins this round because the colors are deeper and pop out of the screen more than the HTC One.
The camera is a very important tool for some business users, and choosing between the two is a tough one, as both handsets are evenly matched when it comes to their cameras for various reasons.
I already have my winner in mind, but if you wish to read a complete review of which of the Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One is the better handset for professionals, then you can do so here.
Another article from Gizmag has a different way to compare these two handsets, as it does so with pictures. No matter what the outcome, it would take a bold person to say that the HTC One will beat the Galaxy S4 when in comes to sales. And even though the S4 is not as tough as we would’ve hoped, news of a rugged version will be welcome to those who find the current model a little too fragile.