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Difference Between Blackberry z10 and Htc One

Blackberry z10 vs Htc One

HTC with their commonly used tagline of being ‘quietly brilliant’ must be compared to others phones in the market to see how brilliant their development is. The comparison of interest now is how the HTC One compares to the Blackberry Z10. There is no doubt that this is one unique battle of the titans.

The Blackberry Z10 was released in January of 2013 and has proved to be a force to reckon with, having being arguably a great innovator and creator of business phones. The design of the Z10 incorporates a 4.2 inch screen that is able to produce 355 ppi (pixels per inch) which is quite amazing and this enhances the overall user experience. The body and finish of the body is plastic and rubber, though the rubber is quite handy in creating grip. The finish of the HTC One on the other hand is of aluminum which gives you a rich feel as you touch the phone the frame thickness ranges from 4 to 9 mm. The HTC One display is one of a kind, with a 1080p display. Videos on this phone are just but a pleasure to watch and you can be lost as you enjoy the image quality.

The HTC One comes with a 1.7 GHz quad core processor which means that it can handle numerous android Apps with a lot of ease. The Z10 on the other hand is not so much behind with its 1.5 GHz dual core processor.  Both of the phones come with a RAM of 2 GB. The HTC One has Just but opened a new front for competitors to follow.

The Z10 has 2 cameras with a back camera of 8 MP and a front camera of 2 MP. The z10 however seems to still have some way to go, with their cameras producing average quality photos. The Time shift feature is however quite useful as it allows select the best people’s faces. The HTC One seems to however stick to their 4 MP cameras which they say are able to take better shots as they have been designed to allow 300 percent more of light than a conventional camera.

The operating system that the Z10 runs on is the BB10 which is the most recent software created and has great upgrades from its predecessors. It comes with amazing features that create an interactive user experience. The HTC One on the other hand runs on the Android platform with use of the HTC Sense skin. The most current upgrade that is in use in the HTC one is BlinkFeed, a one stop screen that allows for easy management of the phone.

The choice of type of phone is ultimately to you the buyer. Both of the two phones can only be identified as beasts in their own sense. It all comes to preference of the operating environment that you prefer. If you happen to prefer the Android operating system, then choose the HTC One. On the other hand, if you feel comfortable operating on the enterprise environment that the Blackberry creates, then The Z10 should be the choice to go for. The only limitation that can be said of the Z10 is that you must have to admit that it has limited Apps and this might be frustrating to work with. All in all, a great phone that it is.

Summary

The build of the HTC One is with an aluminum body while the Z10 with a plastic and rubber build which is great for grip.

The display screens has the Z10 at 4.2 inches and the HTC One at 4.8 inches

The Z10 operates with a 1.5 GHz dual core processor and the HTC One with a 1.7 GHz Quadcore processor

The Z10 operates on Android and the z10 on BB10 operating system


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