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The HTC One has a slightly higher-capacity battery
Megapixels make for a simple camera comparison, but - in this case - it's somewhat deceptive
The One rocks Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon processor
The One is the latest high-end phone to sport a 1080p display
We compare the specs - and other features - of the Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One
The One has a revamped version of HTC Sense, but will it matter with the Galaxy S IV waiting in the wings?
HTC's handset has 2 GB of RAM, same as the North American version of the S3
The Galaxy S III is a bit lighter, but it also has a plastic body next to the One's aluminum unibody build
Where available, both handsets ride speedy LTE networks
The Galaxy S III comes in a 16 GB model and has an SD card slot - otherwise we're all even
No manufacturer was more responsible for Android’s rise than HTC. In 2010, the Taiwanese company was king of the hill, releasing the first Nexus device (the weak-selling Nexus One), and the first 4G phone (the hot-selling EVO 4G). Fast-forward to today, though, and Samsung has cleaned HTC’s clock. Does its new handset, the HTC One, provide hope for a comeback? Read on, as we compare its specs – and other features – to the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Read the full article: HTC One vs. Galaxy S3
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