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  • MacAbra91

    I dobrze, oby jak najszybciej upadli od tej swojej posranej polityki i stosunku do klienta.

  • Grzegorz

    MacAbra91,Tobie ja życzę upadku.

    • Artok½

      I to najlepiej z dużej wysokości na beton

  • Finito

    HTC umie wyciągnąć nauczkę i zmienia coś. Teraz niech Nokia pokaże środkowy paleci wypuści np Lumie 1020 ze slotem kart pamięci i Androidiem i ludzie to kupią.

    • mac11

      No to dawno nie miałeś w ręku smartfona z Androidem.

    • nie

      Jak ktoś się zatrzymał na poziomie takich wynalazków jak Spica czy LG L5 to nic dziwnego.

    • Patryk

      Widać, że ktoś tu od 2 lat nie miał porządnego highenda niesamsunga w rękach 🙂

  • user

    A wiesz, że WP ma kilka procent udziału w rynku? Niewielu chce system gdzie nie można wstawić sobie obrazka na pulpit i ciężko znaleź. jakikolwiek sensowny darmowy program.

    HTC od lat dba o jakość swoich produktów więc trzymam za nich kciuki

    • Siekierka

      Od 8.1 można wstawić obrazek na pulpit. Drugi ‚argument’ przemilczę.

    • Bartek

      WP 8,1 naprawia wszyskie błędy. Androidowcy nie beda mieli juz żadnuch argumentów 😀

    • Adam

      W wp8.1 juz jest a pozatym :
      User Interface
      Action Center showing actionable (if developer enabled) notifications, accessed by swiping from top to the bottom
      Quick settings access in action center with four configurable shortcuts to: Bluetooth, brightness, camera, flight mode, internet sharing, location, project screen, rotation lock, VPN, Wi-Fi
      Start screen backgrounds
      ‚Cortana’ smart personal assistant, based on the Bing service
      Swipe down to close apps in multitasking view
      Silent notifications which go directly to the Action center
      Filter through installed apps by usage/install date
      Possibility to mark a Live Tile as read by swiping from the left of said tile
      Support for virtual on-screen buttons called ‚Navigation bar’
      Navigation bar color selection
      Gesture keyboard
      General user experience changes
      Bing smart search (similar search system as Windows 8.1)
      Back button doesn’t close application
      Contact speed dialling
      Contacts only with phone number shown
      Contacts with inner circle; up to 40 contacts
      Double-Tap to unlock your phone (Feature from Lumia devices on Amber Update and newer)
      Double Tap to Power Off
      Favourite photos by tapping a heart icon
      General keyboard enhancements, show emoji when typing
      In-call speech commands
      Kid’s Corner – Password won’t be displayed (bug fix)
      Notification if charger isn’t of adequate power
      Quiet Hours – Disable notifications during pre-selected time-frame
      Screenshot button combination is now Power + Volume Up
      Search button will be the new way to open Speech (aka ‘Cortana’)
      Separate volume controls for ringtones/notifications and music/media
      Set default Voice Navigation app for the OS
      Voice Narrator for Accessibility
      USB action choices
      File picker
      Wi-Fi Sense: sharing secured WI-Fi Networks with contacts if they have Wi-Fi Sense
      Wi-Fi can auto re-enable after a set duration of time
      New technology support
      VPN (Virtual Private Network), auto-triggered VPN
      Wi-Fi Direct, allowing direct peer-to-peer connections over Wi-Fi without an access point
      Enterprise Wi-Fi support with EAP-TLS
      Miracast; PlayTo and mirroring of Windows Phone screen to TVs and/or monitors
      Bluetooth 4.0 LE
      Dual SIM
      Mouse and keyboard (HID)
      Support for Qualcomm Snapdragon 200/400/400 LTE
      Full support for TD-LTE and SGLTE
      Internet Explorer 11
      WebGL
      Normal mapping
      File uploads
      File downloads to local storage
      Password manager
      Tab function replaced with multitasking view
      Video player including HTML5 video support (video playback doesn’t have to be full screen)
      Tab and favourite synchronization with the desktop variant of Internet Explorer.
      Apps
      Ability to install apps, save photos, app and game data on inserted SD Cards (apps on SD Cards only allowed from one originating phone)
      Auto-updates for apps (like Windows 8.1), including when only on Wi-Fi
      App Suggestions by location
      Better backup functionality including app and game data to OneDrive (if developer enabled)
      Battery power sense, monitors app battery usage
      Battery Saver (under Battery Sense) will have an app exclusion list
      Single sign-in for apps (like on Windows 8) with Microsoft Account; sign in will persist across devices + apps with permissions prompt
      Possibility to change default texting application
      Podcast app powered by Bing, full featured
      Facebook and OneDrive photos integration in photos app removed
      Facebook account option removed
      Facebook app comes with OS, updates independently
      Office apps support password protected documents
      Office Lens support for scanning documents with camera, import into Office with OCR
      OneDrive (previously SkyDrive) with integrated file browser (like Windows 8.1)
      Twitter integrated more deeply into the contacts Hub
      Updated calendar app with weather for days and week view
      Updated camera app, similar to Windows 8.1, with burst mode and HDR
      Updated email app with ability to always download emails and pictures within them, sync with accordance to usage patterns
      Updated messaging app with ability to mute thread
      Xbox Music and Xbox Video as standalone apps instead of the Music + Video Hub (allowing more updates to be pushed)
      Xbox Game Hub redesigned
      System
      Chkdsk for SD cards to ensure card health
      The phone will have to update to the latest version before you can restore it to factory settings
      Trusted app list for NFC that will remove the need for asking whether you want to open a particular app
      Virtual SmartCard support
      Wallet supports tickets and membership cards
      Ability for operators to install certain applications once SIM card is detected
      Ability for operators to control Data Sense limits remotely
      Enterprise
      S/MIME to sign and encrypt email
      Enterprise enrolled phones can have their passwords changed and remotely locked
      Access to corporate resources behind the firewall with app aware
      Certificate management to enroll, update and revoke certificates for user authentication
      Enhanced MDM policies to lock down functionality on the phone for more enterprise control, in addition to richer application management such as allowing or denying the installing of certain apps.
      Developer features
      Background tasks: Bluetooth signal strength, Chat message notification, Device connection change, Device use trigger, Gatt characteristic notification, Location, Push notification, Rfcomm connection, System event, Timer
      Support for 384×640, 540×960 and 1440×2560 screen resolution
      Geofencing API for location-based reminders
      JavaScript and HTML app development support
      Audio/video transcoding (same API as in WinRT), hardware accelerated
      Media editing: audio and video effects; slow motion video
      Apps can capture audio/video from themselves
      XAP file format replaced with APPX (like Windows 8.1)
      XNA support removed
      Stereoscopic 3D support
      New developer tools including: SemanticZoom, DatePicker, TimePicker

  • Jakub

    fajnie jakby HTC ONe m8 mini poszedł w tą stronę co sony ze swoją z1 z1 mini, wsadzić te same bebechy w mniejszej obudowie, dlatego uważam że Sony ze swoją przyszłą Z2 Compact zawojuje rynek. Bo m8 jest za duży i nie każdy chce takiego kloca,ale ten sam smartphone w wersji mini około 4,5 cali byłby idealny

    • Fanx

      Ruch Sony także bardzo mi się podoba, choć szkoda, że nie uderzyli jednak w wyświetlacz minimalnie większy. W Azji preferują raczej większe ekrany, ale w Europie coś takiego powinno się bardzo dobrze sprzedać.

  • LB197

    Życzę HTC jak najlepiej, ich flagowiec zapewne rozchodziłby się lepiej niż Samsungowe gdyby mieli jakąś reklamę. Jeszcze nigdy nie widziałem w TV reklamy HTC, LG z resztą też…

    • nie

      A ktoś im broni ? Podczas tej reklamy M8 z Oldmanem o mało nie zasnąłem z nudów. Ludzi z marketingu odpowiedzialnych za wypuszczenie takiego dziadostwa powinno się wywalić na bruk albo od razu wysłać na Alaskę, niech tam kręcą reklamy z niedźwiedziami polarnymi. Niech sobie pooglądają reklamy konkurencji, gdzie wszystko układa się w sensowną, atrakcyjną całość i rzeczywiście zachęca do zakupu.


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