HTC One Challenge, Day 28: Recap

Aaron Baker
Writer from  Dallas, TX
| Published: April 8, 2013

I'm reaching the end of the HTC One 30 day challenge, and this video is a recap of my experiences with the phone.  Overall, I love the device.  It's made of metal and glass, throwing the age-old "Android phones can't be as beautiful as the iPhone" thought process on its head.  The specifications are incredible, and the upcoming availability on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile (untouched, mind you) is great.  I enjoy the customization options, and see them resonating well with prospective buyers.  It's hard to find flaws in this smartphone.

I won't spoil the final outcome, but I'll leave you with this thought: if the international version offered AT&T's flavor of 4G LTE, I'd be incredibly happy, but I'm really struggling with HSPA+-only, particularly in a strong AT&T market like Dallas.  As much as I enjoy the phone, it could be the make-or-break feature that keeps me from making it my daily driver at the moment.

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