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HTC One M10

Planning to buy the new HTC One M10. Are its features user friendly?

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Have to write no.

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I deal with so many Android phones that I can answer no. Everytime I pick up another Android phone I find things have moved around and the maker customization means I have to file Waldo over and over. This to me means features are not user friendly.

But it is Android so we know that fragmentation is a big issue for that system.

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Amazing features

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HTC One M10 is really a good phone. Features is also user friendly.

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Liking my upgrade from M One to M10. . .

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Always a fan of HTC, even thought it does NOT get the recognition of Samsung or Motorola.

A good friend of mine got the HTC EVO and I was impressed back then. The EVO's kickstand was worth the price alone!! My first smartphone was the Atrix by Motorola, then the Pantech Discover which I REALLY liked: all the bells/whistles as the Galaxy 5 but $150.00 less!!

2 years ago I got the HTC M One 8, which I liked: the design, all metal body, etc Happy

Was very disappointed finding out AT&T wouldn't carry the HTC 10, so I got an un-locked one with $100.00 off promotion. AT&T put my SIM chip in new phone, gave me 150.00 store credit. Found out my bill will be cut by 1/3 because I'm NOT on contract.

I like to native Google UI, makes it SO much easier with the bloatware, and plan to SLOWLY add previous apps. The new BoomSound speaker configuration takes getting used to Confused , but I'm VERY Grin happy with the phone's performance. . .

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seems good

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I didn't have this device and I didn't work with it.but the reputaion is alright

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