Looks like a pretty amazing phone! Archos 64 Xenon is a 6.4-inch device, the buttons on the back. I just picked up a G2 a few days ago. The buttons on the back are odd to say the least, but already I’m completely used to them and feel it’s a great change. That plus the double tap to turn on/off the screen is sweet.
According to GSMArena, the All New HTC One will have a 5-inch 1080p display and UltraPixel camera. Glad to see the Snapdragon 801 made it in. That paired with HTCs ability to optimise will make for one fast device. And the two camera set up is interesting to say the least. 2600mah battery is disappointing.
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I wish it came to North America, a few AT&T stores have Pantech…usually the cheap flip phones. The Pantech Vega Iron 2 has a 2800mAh battery definitely seems on the small side for a 5.5″ device with a 1080 screen. I hope the software is incredibly well optimized.
I don’t mind if the LG G3 is water resistant as long as they don’t have to increase the size of the phone to do it like they did with the Sony’s and the Samsung S5. Waterproof seems useful in certain areas and with certain people lifestyle and that is what Sony is looking for.
Looks like we’re in for a slightly updated HTC One. I am really curious about that camera set up. And the only thing, to me ugly about this New HTC One, is the off centered top speaker and how the bezel at the top is small but the bezel at the bottom is larger.