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HTC One crowned 2013 TrustedReviews Phone of the Year

HTC One crowned 2013 TrustedReviews Phone of the Year
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HTC One named 2013 TrustedReviews Phone of the Year

The HTC One has put the Taiwanese smartphone maker firmly back on the map, and now the leading Android handset has been crowned Phone of the Year at the 2013 TrustedReviews Awards.

In one of the closest fought categories of the year’s awards, the HTC One saw off stiff competition from a range of Android rivals, as well as Apple’s latest smartphone offering.

Having been first unveiled back in February in the days leading up to MWC 2013, the HTC One is far from the most recent, or indeed specs impressive handset currently doing the rounds, but is a phone which has changed the smartphone sector for good as one of the first truly desirable and high-end Android phones.

A category which split the judges’ decisions, the HTC One narrowly came out victorious against runners ups the iPhone 5S and Android 4.4 KitKat introducing Google Nexu…………… continues on TrustedReviews

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Express web special: Comparing the iPhone 5S and HTC One Max fingerprint …
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This year, two phones with fingerprint scanners hit the market � iPhone 5S and HTC One Max.

SummaryBiometric authentication has been a part of countless science fiction films.

Biometric authentication has been a part of countless science fiction films. Films such as Minority Report and James Bond series have shown fingerprints, retina scans or simply a person’s face being used to access restricted areas.

The transition from science fiction to reality is often not as smooth as one imagines. The first implementation of any new technology is full of bugs and often hard to use. Fingerprint scanners have gone through that phase. Over the years, many laptops have included these to provided an added layer of security, but they rarely worked as advertised. Those used in offices for attendance are often slow and unreliable. This year, two phones with fingerprint scanners hit the market � iPhone 5S and HTC One Max. Do these really work? Read on.

Apple’s flagship phone has a fingerprint scanner, called Touch ID, on the home button. The placement is perfect as the home button is the most-used button on the iPhone. It is right under the screen, so unlocking the phone and using it feels like a fluid motion.

What’s cool: It takes less than a minute to let the device store the print of each finger — you can store up…………… continues on Financial Express
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