If you're like us, you're torn between the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC
One. Both have powerful components and run Google Android's Jelly Bean OS,
but are suited to different needs.
The HTC One hit the market in March 2013 and the Samsung Galaxy followed
on it's heels in April 2013. In terms of design, the HTC One takes gold.
Machined from a solid block of aluminum, it has a more square look but is
visually softened by it's rounded corners and convex back.
Although slimmer and lighter than the HTC One, the Samsung S4 closely
resembles its predecessor and appears cheapened by the plastic backing. In
sharp contrast to it's cheap external appearance, its photo capabilities
are far superior to the HTC One. The Samsung S4 has a 13 megapixel BSI
Sensor and 2MP user face sensor meaning that it produces a clearer shot.
If you're after a sturdier sleeker looking phone, the choice is definitely
the HTC One, but if you rely on your phone for quick quality photo
production, you'll want a Samsung S4.