Samsung Galaxy S5 vs HTC One M8

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Learn more about the Galaxy S5! Check out our full review at Pocketnow: http://pocketnow.com/2014/04/23/samsung-galaxy-s5-review-good-not-glam

Looking for more Galaxy S5 vs HTC M8 insights? We talk at length about this particular comparison in the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, available here: http://pocketnow.com/2014/04/18/galaxy-s5-vs-htc-m8-pocketnow-weekly

See our HTC One M8 review here:

HTC One M8 (2014) review: an elegant smartphone for a more civilized age

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See our Galaxy S5 unboxing here:

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“One device is a product of an Android juggernaut, a fourth-generation powerhouse from a take-no-prisoners Goliath that essentially owns the Google-powered smartphone space. The other is a last-ditch effort to save its creator from certain destruction, a product forged from that peculiar mixture of desperation and determination that sometimes begets pure art.”

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36 Comments on Samsung Galaxy S5 vs HTC One M8

  1. I'm getting m8 because the design is beautiful. I watch a lot of videos so the speakers are a plus. the software is easy the best skin on top of android. the screen is bright on very nice colors not over saturated like s5 (which people may like) or under saturated like the g3. benchmarks beet the g3 not sure about the s5 so gaming is great. the front camera is great at 5 megapixels but the rear camera is the only place it falls short. s5 or lg is better.the pictures aren't terrible just not quite as good. for me its the best but if I were to get a different phone definetly the g3 over s5.

  2. I'm getting m8 because the design is beautiful. I watch a lot of videos so the speakers are a plus. the software is easy the best skin on top of android. the screen is bright on very nice colors not over saturated like s5 (which people may like) or under saturated like the g3. benchmarks beet the g3 not sure about the s5 so gaming is great. the front camera is great at 5 megapixels but the rear camera is the only place it falls short

  3. I still think the Koreans do better than the Taiwanese. HTC looks very ugly, and it feels very rough in hand. Its sad that analysts and reviewers convince people that feel in the hand is everything, when a survey showed that people buys a device based on screen size, screen resolution, and camera. Not even 1% that were surveyed brought up build quality. Samsung delivers in all those areas.

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