We could discuss the LG G Pro 2 and the Sony Xperia Z2 when making an instance for the current releases trying supremacy in the high-end market, yet if we’re being straightforward, there are simply actually two stand-out candidates that can cover the turn in 2014; at the very least, in terms of Android smartphones.

One M8 vs GS5

Samsung’s Galaxy S5, revealed at the Mobile Globe Congress, will be pressed to the limits by the HTC One M8 this year, and with the HTC One M7 having been the closest to contending with the Galaxy S4, early reactions to both tools propose that the Taiwanese merchant may have well and genuinely advanced this moment around.

YouTuber Danny Winget has actually just posted a full contrast / hands-on clip of the HTC One M8 up against the Samsung Galaxy S5, and with several customers out there determining which top-spec Android gadget to go out and purchase, this is perhaps the most thorough pound-for-pound showdown we have actually viewed yet.

The showcasing of each device has actually triggered the usual wave of video camera examinations, abuse tests and hands-on testimonials, yet this near 15-minute contrast pits these two titans up versus each other as a precursor to the upcoming sales battle.

Beginning by looking into the type element of each, the well-edited video clip takes a close-up check out that unique aluminum unibody of the HTC One M8 against the Galaxy S5′′ s mostly plastic finish. Both mobile phones borrow considerably of their design attributes from their particular seniors, which is to be expected, and as to which you may like, it’s definitely to personal preference.

HTC One M8 Sense TV

Winget continues to run with the key features, consisting of screen, cams, and software program features. Although both are based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, HTC and Samsung have, as ever before, included a lot of their very own applications. With that said claimed, essentially, you’ll find that both have a similarly rich choice.

GS5 Samsung (1)

If absolutely nothing else, Winget’s clip offers some gorgeous perspectives of each tool, as well as though the HTC One (M8) is perhaps the better-looking of both, this extremely reasonable, nearly cinematic contrast gives an unadulterated, neutral assessment that may just aid you make up your very own thoughts with regards to which deserves a distinctly large piece of your hard-earned wad.


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