Originally Posted by luv
Did a comparison between it and the S4. Seem almost identical. HTC looks to have a little more talk time. S4 has the larger screen. S4 is Android 4.2, and HTC is Android 4.1 (although I have no idea what that difference means).
|Android 4.1 ||Android 4.2 |
- Screen elements shown: Digital clock at the top-center; day and date below the clock; lock icon at lower half of the screen
- To unlock device, drop lock icon on unlock icon on outer ring.
- Outer ring has shortcuts for Camera and Google Now.
- Uses only one lockscreen
- Does not allow lockscreen widgets
- Notifications Shade accessible by swiping top screen edge downwards
- Screen elements shown: Digital clock at the top-right; day and date below the clock; lock icon at lower half of the screen; user icons below lock icon (for multi-user feature on tablets only)
- Hour digits on clock are set in boldface, presumably for greater visibility
- To unlock, drag lock icon to outer ring.
- No app shortcuts on outer lock ring
- Google Now can be launched by swiping center (dotted circle) of lockscreen’s bottom edge upwards.
- Uses multiple lockscreens and allows lockscreen widgets; lockscreens can be rearranged
- Notifications Shade accessible by swiping top screen edge downwards; swipe down with two fingers to open Quick Settings menu. For tablets, swipe down from the left side for Notification and the right side for the Quick Settings menu
- Camera accessible by swiping right screen edge towards left (for phones only)
The HTC will get 4.2 eventually, but I'd still go with the Samsung. Better camera, replaceable battery, you can add more memory, and super amoled looks better than s-lcd 3 imo. (nicer screen