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HTC M7 review

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by saegar, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. saegar

    saegar Regular Member

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    2013 will be a year full of surprises and one of the most anticipated events in 2013 is the unveiling of HTC most prominent smartphone, the M7.
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    Specifications HTC M7 :


    1.7 GHz quad-core processor.
    4.7 inch 1080p display.
    2GB of RAM.
    12MP back camera and 2MP front facing.
    32 GIGABYTES inner storage space (no concept about microSD card slot machine).
    2300mAh effective battery.
    more info
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    http://bit.ly/RJU8sF

    Thanks
     
  2. BrianKade001

    BrianKade001 BANNED BANNED

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    Two mistakes committed by you:

    1) Posted this in wrong section ( I think this post doesn't in any section of BHW)
    2) Posting your website link in OP. Website promotion.


     
  3. tomsko

    tomsko Regular Member

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    Battery seems a bit too weak.
    I still haven't understood why Android device manufacturers don't focus on battery life, at all.
    I'm a Galaxy S II owner for soon-to-be 2 years.
    I'm loving the smartphone and all it's features. To be honest, this device is still hi-end in my opinion, because there are berly ANY features missing when comparing to latest quad-core 2GB phones.

    There are only a few tiny limitations when we are looking at latest hiend games that squeeze everything out out of latest Tegra 3 / Other Quads. For an example, water is mostly better looking, but is it worth it?
    Speakig of user xp, speed is the same as any other hi end phone, nothing noticable anyways.

    I don't need Quad-FullHD display, 78Megapixel camera, 6G mobile network and all that crap. ~200 PPI is ok, 8MP and FullHD video recording - more than enough and HSDPA (3G) ~1MB/s internet speed again more than enough.

    As I mentioned before, only thing that I hate is battery life. Since the day I bought my S II, I'm allways berly making it through 1 day, with some 2day streaks when I berly use my phone.

    This is the reason why I'll be getting droid razr maxx or razr maxx HD.

    And you can thrust my words because I was an tech site editor for a whole year and still am a tech geek. A lot of phones I've come across of.
     
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  4. Kaiser_Soze

    Kaiser_Soze Junior Member

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    Thanks for spamming at the wrong section.