'Oppo takes on the phablet market, but can it live up to the bigger billing?'
'a cameraphone that puts selfies first'
'Pros: Affordable, comfortable in hand.'
'Real camera innovation in a swivel'
'The screen is extremely detailed, sharp, and for the tech geeks - pixel density comes at the whopping 468ppi.'
'It looks and feels like a high quality product with styling and design that equals the iPhone 5. '
'Cased in a metal body, it's staggeringly good looking.'
'This combined with the new sensor means that the One has been designed with low light photography clearly in mind. '
'Nice aluminum design.'
'As with the regular HTC One, image quality is incredibly sharp, while brightness, colour and contrast are all excellent.'
'Fingerprint scanner's location makes it difficult not to swipe the camera lens.'
'excellent display and stellar battery life'
'Sharp and crisp display'
'Very light and compact for the screen size'
'Actually feels like a phone, not a mini-tablet'
'Very fast, Customizable button'
'Out of the hacker forums and into the real world'
'It certainly has the character and the features to challenge the Nexus 5 if it wanted to, but the price tag is likely to tip the scales the wrong way.'
'Support 1080p video recording and do a great job in low-light'
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