With 4G being available on almost all networks by the end of this year and mobile phones such as the iPhone and Galaxy S4 allowing superfast connection for your apps, the big question is how much data is enough? EE have been criticised for not offering an unlimited plan but do at least offer a rather large 20GB plan, which comes with a hefty price of £76 a month over 24 months though.
HTC has reportedly been struggling to make the HTC One quick enough. Mainly due to supply constraints with the camera module. In a recent report in Taiwan, Jack Tong the president of HTC North Asia said the following: “Our capacity is expected to rise significantly starting from mid-May
Sony are heading along a rather dodgy path, making dozens of different handsets each year. Only Samsung can really cope with the financial implications of doing that. It’s why HTC have decoded to try and stick to one device per year.