All You Need to Know About the All New HTC One M8
Nobody has made Android phones longer than HTC and from G1 to the One, it has always done some good work even when it hasn’t been hugely successful. But for all HTC has done in the Android universe, its new phone might be its most important yet. So HTC announced HTC One (M8) today but I think the world is going to know it as HTC One itself and with this phone HTC has done a pretty good. HTC got a lot of things got right last year and its left those things mostly alone while trying to fix what went wrong last before. The phone is still incredibly well made and attractive though its a little more subtle this year, it’s a little more rounded and made up of slightly softer metal. It doesn’t look quite as impressive but its much more comfortable. Gives a unibody feel. The phone is a bit taller than last year but it doesn’t feel so much bigger than the old one. The screen is gorgeous by the way. A 1080p display with perfect color representation and fantastic viewing angles.
The One comes in a beautiful silver and a hideous gold plus a brush metal grey that’s nice looking but not quite eye catching as the silver. The BoomSound feature is lot improved than the last year. It’s a little heavy, large but still the best looking phone in the current Android market. As per HTC, the battery on the new HTC One M8 has significantly improved in terms of performance almost by 40% than the last HTC One M7 and that is something really awesome job done by them. You can go on for full 30 hours with extremely heavy use with an option of a power saver mode while battery goes below 20 or 10 or 5%.
The One (M8) is equipped with a 5-inch 1080p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.3GHz (a 2.5GHz model will launch in Asia), Android 4.4 with HTC Sense 6, a revised version of BlinkFeed with more contextual data than ever before, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of storage in addition to a microSD card slot, a nanoSIM tray, Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi with support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, an HTC UltraPixel camera with a secondary lens for depth information, a 5-megapixel front-facing wide angle lens and a 2,600mAh battery. Let’s watch a video by The Verge explaining everything about the new HTC One M8 :
Below is the exclusive HTC Sense 6.0 video which we’ve made and I’m sure you’d enjoy it :
So, that’s it for now. We hope to get our hands-on to this device very soon and see you with a full detailed review of this phone. Cheers.
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