HTC One Vs Apple iPhone 5 – A Comparison

Apr 22, 13 HTC One Vs Apple iPhone 5 – A Comparison

The world today is flooded with smartphone devices that range from basic to high end models. Recently launched HTC One and September 2012 released Apple iPhone 5 are best good looking phones that are currently available in the market.

Both the phones have received positive reviews by far from reviewers and users and are also selling well in the market. If you were to pick anyone of these, then it is important to reason out well on before hand as to both the phones differ drastically.

Keep reading to find out…

The Apple iPhone 5 is thin at 7.6mm while the HTC One is 9.3mm, size difference is not a matter of debate here, as to both the devices fit well in hand. The HTC One is of aluminium make with a slightly curved back and the iPhone 5 uses a an aluminum composite frame.

Comparing the displays; undoubtedly HTC One takes the lead over iPhone 5 in terms of screen size. HTC One has a larger display at 4.7inch while the iPhone 5 has a 4inch. Both have LCD displays and are high performing kind.

As for the HTC One the 4.7-inch is powered with1080x1920 resolution Super LCD3 screen and with amazing viewing angles at 468ppi. Apple iPhone 5′s 4inch Retina display has 640 x 1136 resolution at 326ppi. Inspite of the specification difference the iPhone 5 still looks very sharp and viewing angles are great.

The One runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and iPhone 5 on closed iOS 6.1. On the processor front, HTC leads the iPhone, it packs a 1.7 GHz quad-core Krait 300 processor against the iPhone 5 1.3 GHz dual-core processor. The last entrant to the market bagged the latest processor, but this gives it a definite edge to trump the former.

HTC One and Apple iPhone 5 are packed with Wi-Fi a/b/g/n support, Bluetooth 4.0 and A-GPS for connectivity. The HTC One comes with a big, 2300mAh battery and the Apple iPhone 5 in comparison only features a 1440mAh battery. Neither batteries are removable.

Some common features include the 4G LTE connectivity, non-expandable memory, app rich OS and good battery life.

No questions, both the phones are amazing models, and when it boils down to the question of  choice making, it should be tough call to take. What really matters at that point is to go by your instincts and personal priority needs.

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