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Android phone speaker Quality

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by karijj, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. karijj

    karijj New Member
    Thread Starter

    Aug 20, 2011
    I have 2 phones, one HTC Z from work and one Nokia E52 on private use, i bought that E52 just before my travel to hawaii, downloaded to it maps of that area and did use it as navigator, i did work great, its speaker quality is totally different than HTC Z, i ment much better, i could use my nokia ( even it is other way not so "smartphone" like htc ) as navigator, did put it to console and volume max and i had no problems to listen either mp3 or navigator instructions, even on max volume, but if i turn my HTC speaker on and max volume, i have hard time to hear, is this speaker Quality same on many Android phones, that is my Question, Nokia was like 250eur and HTC almost 500eur ( in Finland ), i do like HTC as it is really an smartphone and touch screen works like a charm, well not like iphone but enough well, but still, just wondering that is such quality level so different even on such high priced phones, Anyone have experience about this... Have you seen any tests of such things, all info wellcome


    i hope that this Q is send to correct forum page:rolleyes:


  2. lordofthereef

    lordofthereef Well-Known Member

    Nov 11, 2010
    Speaker quality is going to vary significantly by model. For example, the HTC EVO 4G has the best speaker quality of any phone I have ever personally used. I often listened to Pandora with the kickstand up while showering. Can't say that for my girlfriend's Incredible or iPhone.
  3. Spaceprobe

    Spaceprobe Well-Known Member

    Mar 1, 2011
    Retired Nurse
    Brighton. UK
    I have an HTC Desire HD which I came to from Nokia. Its outstanding apart from the speaker however I keep one of these in the car for use with the sat nav

    X-Mi X Mini II 2nd Generation Capsule iPhone / iPad / iPod / MP3 / Laptop Speaker - Black.

    Nokia navigation is top dog but I have to say Google just gets better and better, I love the way when you reach your destination it switches to street view. Android just as so much going for it

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