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  1. #26  

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    HTC One (M7) design with LG3 screen, Sony water/dust resistance, Sony Camera (20megapixel), IR Blaster and GS5 Heart rate monitor and fingerprint scanner with a 5.5 screen running android L

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  2. #27  

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    1080p AMOLED screen, 5.2-5.3 inches. MicroSDXC. 32 GB storage, 2 GB RAM (3 would be better). Front mounted stereo speakers. 13 MP camera with dual-LED flash. Pentaband HSPA+, LTE for AT&T and T-Mobile. Either LG's Android build, or a GPE version. Matte polycarbonate shell similar to the OnePlus One or HTC One X. 3000-3500 mAh battery. IP57 or 67 rating wouldn't be terrible either.
  3. #28  

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    Note3 running stock android. 20mp camera, ah perfect!

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  4. #29  

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    Sony Xperia Z3 with some tweaks:

    • Running the latest Stock Android (GPE)
    • Snapdragon 810 Processor with 3 GB RAM
    • 64 GB On board Storage
    Last edited by Kaido; 09-20-2014 at 06:17 PM.
  5. #30  

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    I would like a g3 sized device, with a 2k super amoled screen, 3500 mah droid maxx battery, nokia lumia camera, 3gb of ram, 32gb storage, running a hybrid mix of touchwiz (only the good parts multi window, not all the bloat) and moto's near stock skin. Also throw in apple's A8 chip because they make some solid performing chips even without throwing all the "cores" at it.
  6. #31  

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    My perfect device would be something like the Xperia Z1 compact but available in the US. 4.3-4.5", 350ppi+ screen, excellent camera, latest snapdragon quad core, 2+gb ram, good battery life, and a lightweight customizable overlay. I want flagship specs in a more compact device. I can barely fit my G2 in my wrangler jeans pocket lol. There has to be a market for this type of device. Who will be the first manufacturer to give it a go?

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  7. #32  

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    Looks like 3gb of ram is a pretty common theme on this list. The note 3 uses the same very well. So my Super phone would have a solid build like the M8 with a 5+ inch ips screen like the G2 the Snapdragon 805 or whatever higher number is out a GPU that is built to Tegra 3 or k1 specs and 3 gigs of ram. It would have an open boatloader and work with gsm and cdma networks and run like a Nexus device's pure newest Android version

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  8. #33  

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    A 5.2" G3 with an 805, aluminum body and a htc screen

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  9. #34  

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    An HTC that looks like the m7, has beats speekers (duh) android 4.3, with the m8 (or better) camera.

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  10. #35  

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedijoren View Post
    An HTC that looks like the m7, has beats speekers (duh) android 4.3, with the m8 (or better) camera.

    Sent from HTC One
    So in other words, the M7 you already have?
  11. #36  

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    Quote Originally Posted by npaladin-2000 View Post
    So in other words, the M7 you already have?
    I meant 4.4 or higher

    Love my m7
  12. #37  

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    a supped up HTC M7 with a 2.5ghz processor, giant 3000mah+ battery with the new sand components theyre developing proved to last way longer than current batteries, 3-4gb ram, 64gb or 128gb internal storage with at least a 6gb app partition just so i never have to worry about moving them over to the sd card, running android L and supported until 2017 at least, water and dust proof, unscratchable screen, removable back or side slot for a micro sd card up to 128gb, boomsound, 16mp front and back facing cameras with auto focus

    c'mon HTC im not asking for much
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    I want a phone sized similar to a Nexus 5, build quality of the M7 or iPhones, stock android with MotoX-style enhancements, 3000+mah battery and great camera quality.
  14. #39  

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    - S5 Prime screen, removable battery, sd card slot
    - S pen features from the Note series
    - metall edges
    - real leather backcover
    - not bigger than 4,7 inch
    - volume +/- buttons from the Iphone
    - physical home (should also serve as a trackpad), back, recents apps and menu button
    - physical accept/decline call button either on the side or on the back of the phone
    - sapphire glass
    - 6 gig of ram
    - snapdragon 805
    - water, dust and scratch resistance
    - Note like battery ~ 2800 mah
  15. #40  

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    I have S2 phone. This is good phone but i want some changes in it then it is perfect candidate for dream phone.

    1. Camera pixels should be 32 pixels
    2. It Should be Dual sim
    3. Its screen size should be similar to galaxy note
    4. Its battery should be bigger.
    5. It should at same time connect to wifi and also work as wifi hotspot.

    If all these features are included in mobile, then it is perfect for me
  16. #41  

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    Quote Originally Posted by VDub2174 View Post
    Since I'm used to the bigger screens now, I 'd like to see a 5.7" Nexus device with 64GB of memory with BEATS audio loaded on there
    Sounds attractive for music fans
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  17. #42  

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    Right now, I'm eyeing the Sony Xperia Z2/Z3. Thinking of getting the Z2 instead of the Z3 though.
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    I'm perfectly happy with my white 32 gig nexus 5 thank you very Mich..

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    5.9 inch screen edge to edge with crack resistance super amoled/lcd option to choice from in the phone settings. 20 mp shooter out back with 5 mp in front. 64 bit quad core Intel chip i7 lol 128 gb internal memory custom ui with stock Android as default just for fast updates. Running android L boom sound speakers up front removable 3600 mah battery . With all that I'm good for a few years lol

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  20. #45  

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    Lg g3 with pure android

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    A have a android phone model Nexus 5 and I will not regret once because I bought this model Recomend
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