Saturday, April 25, 2015
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We have seen a lot of great devices from HTC in the past; HTC One and HTC Butterfly are no different from the rest of the devices from this brand.
They can be directly compared; so you are probably wondering which of the two devices is a better one.
Both these amazing devices have medium sized displays (medium if they are compared to the size of some newer smartphones) and the display sizes are 4.7” and 5”. The size didn’t leave much space for other design features, but HTC managed to get the most out of it. HTC One has two front-facing speakers that are really pleasing to the eye and they offer great audio quality. The HTC Butterfly on the other hand, does not have front facing speakers, but it features an equally attractive design as the HTC One. Both devices feature 2 GB of RAM and a quad-core processor, which means that there will be absolutely no issues when it comes to handling demanding applications.
The HTC Butterfly has a 5 inch large display, which is in the size range of what we are used to seeing these days. The display is capable of Full HD resolution, and as far as the colors go, they are pretty accurate and true to their original form. Once you take the HTC Butterfly out in the open and expose it to direct sunlight, you will notice that it produces minimal glare and the screen is more than viewable. However, even though it is truly minimal, the glare can get annoying at times. The HTC one has a 4.7 inch screen and even though the HTC Butterfly has a slightly better display, the HTC One doesn’t fall far behind. The display is smaller, but it features a FullHD resolution with a high 469 ppi. All of this offers a great experience while operating the device.
As far as the camera goes, the HTC One is one of the first devices that incorporated a 4 ultra-pixel camera that is supposed to produce much better photo quality. The camera is really good, but not as good as it is advertised to be. You will have no problems capturing some amazing photos during the daylight, but the photos taken in low light conditions can often come out a bit blurry, so it might take a couple of attempts before you get it right. The HTC Butterfly has a standard 8 MP camera that is capable of a Full HD recording. Apart from that, there is nothing special to mention about this camera. Photo quality will be as good as you would expect it to be, considering that they are taken with an 8 MP camera, which means that they can have some noise and that you might have issues if you are trying to capture a moving object (the HTC Butterfly does this better than most of the phones out there, but it is far from perfect).