Apr 12 2014, 11:02am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
With the Galaxy S5 launch, the competition for the HTC One increased tremendously since both the flagships released round about the same time of the season. And now the only focus of HTC has been the tough competitor and it is looking for ways to overcome Samsung. It is currently campaigning really hard to try to convince people not to buy the Galaxy S5 and all their efforts are directed towards attracting customers for the HTC One M8.
A page has been leaked from the HTC’s latest training materials and we can clearly see that HTC is trying to make a strong point here; it is proving that the HTC One is certainly better than the Galaxy S5. At the moment, proving to be the best is one of the most important things for the Taiwanese phone manufacturer and they have gone to such an extene that the title of the training packet is the “Top 5 reasons why the HTC One (M8) is better than the Samsung Galaxy S5."
HTC says that the all aluminum, metal build of the phone provides it a more premium look and it is also very durable. HTC certainly has got a strong point here because their phone feels better in the hand as compared to the Galaxy S5. Then HTC has the dual-front speakers to boast about along with the duo of camera but the camera results are facing some issues which were also present on the previous flagship. The most attractive thing about the HTC One of the HTC Advantage feature which says that you can get your phone’s screen (should it crack) once for free within the first six months of owning an HTC One. And along with this HTC has also promised to deliver timely software updates.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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