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iPhone 5S vs. HTC One by official specs

The recently announced iPhone 5S is Apple’s new upgrade and although there are certain details that are still yet to be released it is worth looking at a comparison with another flagship smartphone. This is where the premium looking HTC One has been used once again, and those looking for a new upgrade may find both of these products side-by-side give potential consumers some insight into what to expect.

Above this post we have a video by SuperSaf TV which lasts just 8 minutes long explaining the official specs being compared with the iPhone 5s vs. HTC One. Throughout the video the presenter highlights the impressive specs on both including the resolution, build, memory and screen size, along with details on the battery, price, weight, camera and sound.

For those of you familiar with the specs involved with the HTC One the presenter also mentions the iPhone 5s 4 inch screen, an 8MP iSight camera with TrueTone flash, as well as a A7 64 bit Processor with new Touch ID fingerprint scanning technology.

Without relaying too much of the information seen in the video, we can’t help but notice the HTC One has built up quite a fan base, and although some opinions may be biased we can understand why many will look towards the HTC as opposed to the iPhone 5s, and this could be down to things like the overall look and cost of the iPhone 5s being more expensive, while the HTC One seems to be a reasonable acquisition.

We would love to know whether you are happy with your HTC One or if you feel the iPhone 5s is not as good value for the price. Maybe you feel the HTC One is a better phone all around, therefore, we hope to get back to you soon with a more extensive review after the iPhone 5s becomes available.

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