Samsung Galaxy S4 vs HTC One – which one will you get? Now that the last quarter of 2013 is already here, it would be easy to say that Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One are two of the most popular smartphones released this year.
HTC One was released March 2013 while the Samsung Galaxy S4 arrive a month after.
These two incredibly famous Android smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, have made their own mark in the mobile industry.
HTC One offered a new perspective when it comes to mobile camera while the Samsung Galaxy S4 is the “most popular Android phone of the year”, as posted in Trusted Reviews.
Samsung Galaxy S4 VS HTC One: Specs HTC One comes preloaded with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean but it is upgradable to Android 4.2.2.
When it comes to chipset, the device is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 600.
The CPU sports a Quad-Core 1.7 Ghz Krait 300 while the GPU is powered by Adreno 320.
The non-removable 2300 mAh battery can offer users up to 500 hours of standby time (2G) while the 3G variant can give 480h, as posted on GSM Arena.
When it comes to the hardware specs of the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500, the smartphone is equipped with Exynos 5 Octa 5410 chipset and the CPU is powered by Quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A15 & quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7.
For its GPU, Samsung Galaxy S4 is equipped with PowerVR SGX 544MP3.
The Li-ion battery with 2600 mAh can provide up to 370 hours (3G) of standby time.
Samsung Galaxy S4 vs HTC One: Pricing When buying from Amazon, a factory unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 with 16 GB internal storage and bears the model number GT-19500 comes with a price tag worth $601.85.
Meanwhile, the 32 GB HTC One costs $608.
Samsung Galaxy S4 vs HTC One: Camera The South Korean 2013 flagship smartphone sports a 13 MP primary camera with 4128 x 3096 pixels.
It also has auto focus capacity and LED flash.
Furthermore, some of the camera features of Samsung Galaxy S4 include Dual Shot, Simultaneous HD video and image recording, image stabilization, HDR and dace and smile detection.
Secondary camera has 2 MP sensor.
On the other hand, the HTC One is equipped with a new smartphone camera technology.
HTC One makes use of 4MP of UltraPixel camera sensor with LED flash.
The user-facing camera sensor has 2 MP.
The HTC One’ sensor pixels are larger, and it means that, “more light can be reaped per pixel within the same exposure time,” as posted by Trusted Reviews.
As a result, HTC One camera seems to provide a better performance when shooting during a low-light condition.