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    Default HTC One Google Edition :)

    Just saw this on "The Verge" and hope to god it true if so "Just Shut Up And Take My Money" already lol

    HTC One 'Google Edition' with stock Android reportedly in the works

    http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/23/43...imminent-rumor
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    Been in my blink feed all day!
    I like my sense.
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    That's awesome! I can give my one to my girlfriend and get that for myself.

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    No thanks, stock Android was boring enough on my Nexus 7. I like Senses' features. If I didn't, I could always install Nova. I can't really understand the advantage of stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Nickinson View Post
    <whistles>
    Orly

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    Sence 5 >

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    <whistles>
    What does this mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomsAndroid View Post
    No thanks, stock Android was boring enough on my Nexus 7. I like Senses' features. If I didn't, I could always install Nova. I can't really understand the advantage of stock.
    I agree completely. "Stock Android Experience" is so overrated now. 2years ago was needed now you lose more than you gain imho

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    Quote Originally Posted by secretLOVER View Post
    Been in my blink feed all day! .
    Which, ironically, anyone with an HTC with stock on wouldn't have! I'm with you, I prefer having a version where all the companies hardware (eg Camera) is fully supported, and all the nice little add-ons are available.
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    I had stock android on nexus 7, it was ok but after a week the magic wore off...got boring to me.

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    The only real advantage imo is to be able to get all the OTA updates right away as Google releases them oppose to waiting for Carriers such as AT&T which im currently on and takes forever to approve and release updates.. look how long it took them to release the 4.1 update for the one x..

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