HTC's last flagship phone, the HTC One, should be given credit for making metal phones in vogue. The unique and majestic HTC One would make even a craftsman proud. There's no telling how much elegant and simple the first generation HTC One meant to millions who own it. After a gap of one year, HTC is back to flaunt its latest flagship phone, the HTC One (M8). Yes, HTC today officially launched its most anticipated handset.
HTC's new flagship phone, the HTC One (M8), inherits merits of its predecessor. There is no doubt that HTC has given its best shot in this device. In addition, the successor of the HTC One is crafted from premium metal, leaving no doubt about how incremental the device is for the company.
With the HTC One (M8), the company managed to create an aura of being the most innovative handset manufacturer. The device is definitely one step ahead of its current rivals, notably, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and others. The duo camera system on the rear back isn't quite as revolutionary as HTC would like it to be. Like any other smartphone though, the device is far from being perfect. Neither the battery is non-removable nor the back cover. Android lovers may not like HTC's native BlinkFeed; though, it is vastly improved.
The HTC One (M8) should be or near the top of the list that are looking for a solid looking piece of luxury. HTC says the HTC One (M8) will arrive in India in the third week of April 2014. Yes, the HTC One (M8) is the fastest, most elegant looking phone we've ever used.
HTC One (M8) - Design
HTC has been pretty good at designing great looking handsets. Even if the handset is made out of plastic, HTC managed to pull it off well. In this case, the HTC One (M8) is crafted out of pure metal. It's metal all the way. The aluminum shell gives the phone a rugged look that you get via an iPhone 5S. If anything, though, the HTC One (M8) is ergonomically superior when compared to Samsung's Galaxy S5. It's slightly improvized than the original HTC One (M7). We've the dual-speakers grills, the oversized camera set up, and plastic made power button on the top. The HTC One (M8) is rather comfortable to handle and it disappears into pockets quickly.
The phone's screen is slightly larger at 5-inches across when many new handsets now have 5.5-inches displays. The display is fairly responsive and bright too. The HTC One M8's screen boasts the most impressive viewing experience we've ever seen on a mobile device.