This in-depth review of the HTC One is running pure Google Edition and that means it will get updates significantly faster than some of the other Android smartphones already available. This HTC One review will take you through the main specifications and looks at a couple of minor changes to the stock Android version.
We love how visually appealing the HTC One is and its aluminum casing, quality build materials and other design features make it an Android phone to remember. It is worth noting that the HTC One is easy to hold, even if it is pretty big in size.
The video review above runs for almost 12 minutes and aims to find out what has changed on the Google Play Edition. The reviewer also delivers an insightful review of the HTC One overall design, features and software.
This is certainly one of the better reviews to be found on YouTube and was uploaded within the last 48 hours, so it will be a new review to most of our readers. You will see most areas of the phone explored including photo capture, call and speakerphone quality, battery life, price and a lot more.
We love stock Android phones and if you are thinking of jumping to this version of HTC One, then we are sure you won’t be disappointed with the timing of updates at least. Take a look at the review, and then hit the comments with your thoughts on HTC One and this particular review.
HTC One Google Edition vs. Sense 5 – we would love to know if you prefer the stock Android version of HTC One or Sense 5, so hit the comments with your thoughts on this and why you prefer that version?
We have included a second video below that looks at the changes between HTC One with Sense 5 and the Google Edition, so take a look if you what to understand exactly what has changed. In our opinion, Stock Android is a lot better but some people will miss the uniqueness of Sense 5.
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