by March 25, 2014 0 comments

HTC has unveiled its much anticipated One M8 smartphone and ships in US from today onwards. The company has given a peculiar branding to its One upgrade and named it M8 which may sound odd to most of you.

And well; besides the name there is a lot going for the One M8 smartphone which may well turn out to be winner for 2014 hands down for its design, looks and built. HTC has really put everything into making the M8 the apt upgrade to the no-to-bad-looking HTC One (M7). Powered by latest Sense 6 UI from HTC, the phone sports a bigger form factor, features some exciting and useful functions and gets improved version camera set.

If the company was expected to compete with the likes of Samsung (Galaxy S5), Sony (Xperia Z2) and LG to some extent (G 3), then it basically had to follow up its impeccable One with and make it even better. So, how does HTC intend to achieve that? Let’s look into the package that is One M8. The phone for starters comes sized at 5 inch with LCD 3 Corning Glass 3 full HD display that will widen the imaging proportions to whole new level. Packed under the hood, you have the latest quad-core Snapdragon 801 chipset from Qualcomm and 2 GB RAM to further incentivise performance. The phone comes in 16/32 GB variant that is expandable up to 128 GB.

Fitted with the same 4.3 UltraPixel camera, HTC has added depth sensor at the top to offer well-detailed and crisp image quality and with help of dual-LED flash. At the front you have a 5 MP camera with BSI sensor for the selfie-enthusiasts. As per the company, One M8 will support LTE connectivity, including the Indian LTE band version. Underneath the non-removable back panel you have 2600 mAh battery that backs up this powerhouse device.

All said and done, the HTC One M8 will be making its way to Indian shores from 3rd week of April, while buyers in US can get their hands on the devices from today itself at contract and unlocked prices.

Stay tuned, we’ll bring you our first-impressions on the all new HTC M8, till then have a closer look at the device with our image review.

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