HTC One M8

Last updated: May 19th, 2015.

The all new HTC One M8 is the Taiwanese company's flagship launch for the first half of 2014. It builds on its predecessor with an upgraded 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, an UltraPixel rear Duo Camera, a 5.0 megapixel front camera and more.

The Duo camera is used to allow users to refocus shots after they've already been taken. It also enables 3D features and better lowlight performance.

The HTC One 2014 runs HTC Sense 6.0 on top of Android 4.4.2 KitKat. New sense features include MotionSense,a collection of gestures for turning the phone on, new BlinkFeed features and more. The device was released March 25th, 2014.

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HTC One M8 Review

Our full review of the HTC One M8 covers this premium phone in-depth, from BoomSound and UltraPixel to Display and Processor.

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o the all new HTC One M8 has been announced, is now available, and has been groped to no end. By now you’re probably wondering how it compares to the other big phone launch of the first quarter of 2014.

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The HTC One M8 won’t get HTC Sense 7 until Android M update

HTC originally suggested HTC One M8 owners would be on the latest version of HTC Sense — Sense 7 — once Android 5.1 Lollipop arrived. Unfortunately that is no longer the case, as Mo Versi has confirmed on Twitter that the planned release is now scheduled to be tied in with Android M.

HTC pisses off some One M7/M8/M9 users with Fantastic Four notification ad

Uh oh… HTC managed to piss off a few One M7/M8/M9 owners after pushing a Fantastic Four notification ad to their devices. While it’s technically notifying users of a new theme available to them, it’s hitting a little close to home for those that remember Android’s AirPush ads from back in the day.