Pros Sleek, stylish design
Built with HTC Sense 4.0
Has Android Ice Cream Sandwich
25 GB free storage for one year
Rapid-fire camera shooting
Can take photos while recording video
Cons Non-removable battery
No microSD card slot
Summary This phone is supposed to be the successor of the HTC Amaze 4G. This phone is super fast thanks to its S4 processor. The almost enclosed casing reminds me of the iPhone with fixed internal storage.
Gorilla Glass & Metal
7.8 mm thin
4.2 OZ light
4 fps with auto-burst
capture high res photos while recording HD video
slow mo video
f 2/0 aperture
25 GB FREE Dropbox for TWO YEARS!
Cons HD Wireless Screen Share adaptor not yet available
Pros Great Camera, Very speedy S4 processor, lovely screen, beautiful construction.
Cons No major cons, only not a fan of sense UI.
Summary Clearly half the people writing reviews haven't even seen this phone in person. Whining like "oh there isn't anything insanely different" etc. is irrelevant and sounds like the summary of a kindergartener who is simply trying to vote down the score. The simple fact is that this is a beautifully made, very fast, svelte phone with a brilliant camera. Highly recommended. HTC know what they're doing and create unique, high-quality devices in a sea of copycats and plastic phones.
Pros ICS is nice.
Cons Not Google Wallet compatible
Summary I change phones often (I carry a personal and business cell) and like aspects of iOS, Android and WP7. For the last year my phones were iOS and WP7 and my tablet was Honeycomb. I love the form and functionality of this device so much that I am willing to forgo WP7.
Pros Super fast camera
Display is beautiful
Speed of Device
Cons Freezes too Frequently for Flagship device
This device might just be too thin
Charging Port (why is it not at the bottom) Personal preference
Summary Good enough device to be a flagship for T-Mobile, but maybe not for Verizon or At&t. The camera has no equal including Apple's iPhone, and is surely this devices main selling point and rightfully so.