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Poll Results: Which phone do you think is the best for music?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 14% (4)
    Samsung Galaxy S4
  • 32% (9)
    Samsung Galaxy Note 3
  • 17% (5)
    Sony Xperia Z1
  • 35% (10)
    HTC One
28 Total Votes  
post #16 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post
Nice, I hope the new N4 uses the same chipset (and therefore same DAC). . . .

 

Again, it's just a rumor--it may be a complete load of hot air.

 

The Nexus 5 certainly seems real enough; Google will likely launch it in a matter of days.

 

Regards,

Brian

post #17 of 21

Thank you Gilly87 for the recommendation.  I went and purchased a used nexus 4.  However, I noticed there is some problem with the phone's mic when I am using a headphone(no mic).  During a call, I would hear myself as though as I am listening through the phone's mic.  I tried to on different rom and kernel, same problem persist.  Do you also have this problem? 

post #18 of 21

My HTC One paired with the Triple Fi 10's bring me hours upon hours of amazing High fidelity in the gym. I have never had a phone that sounded this well and I've had a lot of phones before...

post #19 of 21

Hi, I have the Galaxy S3, paired with Denon headphone and it sounds okay. The headphone output is crap though... I had to replace it thrice, and now it broke again.

 

I'd like to buy the best smartphone for music listening, and I thought I would buy the HTC one. However, I need a micro SD slot to store all this music on. And the expandable version is not available in the Netherlands. :((

 

So, any advice on what to buy that sounds great, is expandable (memory wise) and is more robust than the Ssamsungs?

 

Thanks, Daan

post #20 of 21
Isn't the 64gb version sufficient?, otherwise you can use usb otg which is useful but also impractical.
post #21 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by ryanjsoo View Post

Isn't the 64gb version sufficient?, otherwise you can use usb otg which is useful but also impractical.

Thanks, I just bought a secondhand iPhone 4S 64Gb. A LOT cheaper than a new One (which also isn't availeble in 64Gb in the Netherlands.

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