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    Default The phone, should you choose to accept it....

    What do you think this phone will have for features? Should it be without Sense?

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    Default Re: The phone, should you choose to accept it....

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    What do you think this phone will have for features? Should it be without Sense?
    Most definitely with Sense. Software is more important than hardware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry View Post
    Most definitely with Sense. Software is more important than hardware.
    Only if it makes the hardware better.

    I would like to see this with an 8mp Ultrapixel sensor for better daylight photos and low light pics that don't lack detail. Of course, even better performance in low light would be awesome.

    As for design, I'm not sure, an evolution of the current ID would be ok with me. The One is still one of my favorite devices to carry around, simply because of its looks. I hope the speakers stay the way they are, and the display get better (not sure how, maybe real color accuracy this time around?).

    And of course, I want a full days use out of the battery. That varies from person to person, but I don't care if they make some amazingly efficient phone or but a giant battery in it, a smartphone should last for a days worth of use.
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    Default Re: The phone, should you choose to accept it....

    Quote Originally Posted by Ry View Post
    Most definitely with Sense. Software is more important than hardware.
    I agree. If I have to choose between phone A (with low hardware spec, very optimized OS/software) and phone B (with high hardware spec, far from optimized OS/software), I would definitely go for A without a doubt.
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    Default Re: The phone, should you choose to accept it....

    I have not used the new Sense, but from what I see and hear it's good to use and don't think it should be left out on the next device. The last HTC model I had was the Hero. I would definitely give HTC a go again if the device looks good.

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