Excerpt: HTC has done a great job again, and created a phone with few flaws. The phone, with its beautiful design, is indeed something to behold and very popular among the young crowd. The phone is packed with new features making it very attractive.
Excerpt: The HTC One M8 Eye doesn't offer anything new apart from the new 13MP dual-lens camera. However it still comes with the elegant metal body, a great touchscreen display and a powerful performance package. The updated camera doesn't impress as the overall quality is the same apart from the resolution.
Excerpt: The HTC One (M8) offers a great blend of premium design and performance hardware and is definitely the best looking Android smartphone today. It does however lack in features when compared to other flagship devices.
HTC One (M8) review: Diverse functionality with remarkable performance
16 December 2014
Excerpt: As we inch closer to the end of December, picking up tech gifts for loved ones will continue to be a hot trend. There are plenty of smartphone choices on the market these days, but HTC has created one that puts the competition to shame.
Excerpt: In the past, there’s been a set formula for developing a flagship Android phone. Grab all the latest hardware components you can get your hands on, cram them into a body that’s somewhat attractive, sprinkle on some customizations over the latest Android treat and call it a day.
HTC One (M8) Camera Experience: Blurring Out the Competition
18 November 2014
Summary: The HTC One (M8) will probably win a few awards for design, but we can guarantee that it will not make the list of best cameraphones of 2014. The unique Duo Camera on the One does allow for some extra creativity when you need an extra touch of flare for your Instagram of Facebook pictures, but it’s...
Conclusion: HTC One (M8) has proven to be as capable as its Android counterpart and that's no surprise. But it's time to address the million dollar question now. The big elephant in the room we have been avoiding throughout this entire review. Is it possible to install Android OS on HTC One (M8)?
Pros: Metal unibody with brushed finish, 5" 1080p capacitive touchscreen with 441pi pixel density; Corning Gorilla Glass 3, Windows Phone 8.1 OS, 2.3GHz quad-core Krait 400 CPU; 2GB of RAM; Adreno 330 GPU; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset, Dual 4MP AF "UltraPixel" (2µm pixel size) camera with 1/3" senso...
Cons: 4MP camera can't match higher-resolution rivals, No 4K video recording or OIS (on a flagship device), Non user-replaceable battery, USB On-the-go or USB Host
Excerpt: The classic Oreo cookie is a wonderful thing. (By classic, I mean the Double Stuf, let’s be real here.) It’s the right combination of crunchy and soft, sweet and, well, more sweet. It’s the best cookie ever and I won’t hear any arguments.
Pros: Great design, Great display, Solid battery life
Cons: Performance not as good as Android version, So-so camera, Limited availability, Missing some of Android's best features and apps
Conclusion: The One M8 Windows Phone has a lot going for it: great battery life, a high-end design, and great specs. However, it also faces an extremely tough battle. Windows Phone is not yet popular among customers and it doesn’t seem to be gaining much momentum.
Pros: Same great specs as Android version, High-end metal design, Longer battery life than Android version
Cons: Limited app selection, Somewhat slippery to hold, Only at Verizon