Galaxy s4 all the way. The HTC is nice but I think the Galaxy it's much better.
Hopefully this answer is not too outdated. I've tried both of the Galaxy S4 and HTC One for 2 weeks and decided to stick with HTC One.
The only advantage of Samsung model is the wide availability of accessories. Also is the removable battery and SD card.
While the HTC has better:
- Speaker sound
- More accurate and detailed screen
- Better camera in low light; also super wide angle front camera
- Earbuds in the box were unbranded Beats, great sound!
- Solid body and sleek design (subjective)
- Beautiful software (subjective)
I think I'm gonna write an article about this
When i had the same situation,I compared both phones specifications using gsmarena.com Finally i chose HTC one phone.It's very suitable for my requirements.Then I contacted the phone store,Here cost of my phone was too high.So i got a locked phone through E-bay.Because cost of the locked phone is cheaper than locked one.It's restricted by different network.So i unlocked my mobile phone using http://www.theunlockarena.com/htc-one/rs16wp9/ for compatible with my own carrier.
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