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Even under dire straits, the battle isn’t over yet for HTC and the M8 smartphone is coming next year to succeed the HTC One family. According to rumours, HTC Two M8 features bigger, faster and more powerful hardware capabilities than the previous generation.

The HTC Two sports 5 inches of 1,920 x 1,200 full HD display screen, newly improved Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 805 quad-core processor, 2 to 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage and a 10 “ultrapixel” camera on the back.

Moreover, the HTC Two will run the latest Android 4.4 KitKat which could be the first release on the current 4.4.2 version to be pushed on the One Google Play edition smartphone. Wi-Fi certification has been released as well, certifying an upcoming HTC device that may be the M8.

A device was certified on Dec 10, 2013 under HTC Corporation with product and model number 0P6BXXXXX. The smartphone runs Android OS with frequency bands of 2.4 and 5 GHz switchable.

Possible advantages of HTC Two M8:

–          Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense 5.5 or 6.0 UI

–          Exclusive HTC Sense features such as BlinkFeed and HTC Zoe

–          New camera features from 10 MP ultrapixel lens

–          Premium exterior and component, as always

–          More stable system than HTC One.

What should you expect?

1.      Focus on multimedia features such as stable camera and speakers

2.      More market availability across the globe

3.      Better technical support in case bugs occur

4.     Crisis experienced by HTC One such as purple hue camera will be avoided

5.      Improved BlinkFeed feature

Sony Xperia Z2

Sony’s Xperia Z2 is currently coded as the “Avatar” and will succeed Xperia Z1 Honami in 2014. The Sony Xperia Z2 features upgraded features and components of the Xperia Z1 with the same anti-hazard resistances.

The Sony Xperia Z2 is expected to feature Android 4.4 KitKat next year, IGZO screen display with 505 ppi pixel density, Triluminos and X-Reality display engines, 20.7 MP Sony G lens camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 3.5 MP front camera featuring Exmor RS imaging processor, Xenon flash instead of LED, possible 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3 GB of RAM and the famous water and dust resistances.

If it runs Android 4.4 KitKat, Sony can customise the smartphone to give owners their own printing application, expanded wireless payments, changes on Xperia home UI, more colour schemes and wallpapers, camera and gallery improvements, better PDF export and import, more camera and image filters and native apps from Google.

Possible advantages of the Xperia Z2:

–          Dust and water resistances

–          Less battery consumption with IGZO display

–          Better display projection due to mobile display engines

–          Improved photo and video captures due to Xenon flash

–          Get more exclusive camera apps

What owners should expect?

1.      Expanded market availability

2.      Camera button could be added

3.      Effective dust and water resistances

4.      Unlockable boot loader

5.      Camera lens should be excellent

As per the specs of these two phone Xperia z2 Wins the battle.


If you are in the United States and waiting to get your hands on the newest edition to the HTC Android smart phone collection, then here is some piece of information for you. And if you did not understand what we are talking about, it is about the new HTC One, and the high end model of this smart phone is the 64 GB version. I know that there are a lot of people in the United States waiting to get their hands on the HTC One as soon as it reaches the shores of United States, but that is going to take some time as we already know there is a delay. But if you are waiting for the 64 GB version of the smart phone and if you are not on AT&T, then get ready to migrate to AT&T.

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Posted: February 20, 2013 by Areeb Fazli in Android, Technology
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Steve Thinks About: Tech

So yesterday HTC launched their new top of the range smartphone, the HTC One. Many tech commentators have dubbed it the make or break phone for HTC as their market share is dwindling with Samsung being the major Android player and Nokia taking the Windows Phone 8 crown (although that particular crown is significantly smaller).

HTC One specs

I watched the launch unfold through the live blog on CNET and there were a few things that struck me as, well, a little odd. Firstly was the new BlinkFeed which provides up to date information straight to your home page. To me the scrolling flip boards just look like Windows Phone live tiles, except sort of mashed up into one space. I don’t know how much this is true, but during the launch they talked about the BlinkFeed and content provided by EPSN for a good 10 minutes, and it just didn’t seem too…

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