Karthek: What Peter Chou holds in his hands is nothing less than a pinnacle of smartphone and its called HTC One (M8)… This reminds me of Alpha Romeo 8C, Aston Martin DB9, and Dodge Neon SRT-4 to name a few. It’s bizarre. Common HTC you could have come up with better name (HTC One Two would’ve been quirky). The original HTC One was iPhone of Android domain which reflected excellence from all viewing angles. Undoubtedly, HTC has tried to make it even better than previous generation One. It’s taller at 5 inches and less dense in terms of pixels, boy, it still sports a great display. Now it’s almost entirely metal and glass with no hard/sharp edges. The darker brushed metal feel with subtle curves will make you adore it every day. That’s super engineering. Applause for that!!!
With BoomSound Speakers that are 25% louder than outgoing One thanks to the finely tuned, multi-band amplifier, looks to be perfect iPod replacement. There are minor upgrades with BlinkFeed or HTC’s Flipboard. It now supports information from Foursquare and Fitbit. Yay, HTC One(M8) can now act as a Fitbit Activity Tracker. Kudos
There is new Sense aka “Sixth Sense”. Didn’t we mention humane software sometime back? Call it Sense Six or Sixth Sense, it does some trick. It’s intuitive and bold and now offers pers...
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...ity of the picture's taken, it's sometimes interesting. Even if you forgave HTC for once again, not increasing the camera resolution, hold on for a moment more. Because, HTC also took away the Optical Image Stabilization [OIS] off their primary camera, because it was not compatible with their HTC DuoCamera feature. Finally, the HTC One M8 has gone open for sale from the launch day itself, and even the Google Play edition reaching out from the launch day. Once again, the HTC One M8 is a perfect Android Smartphone intentionally crippled by HTC itself. Now that the HTC One M8 is finally out there in the market, and as its biggest rival, the Samsung Galaxy S5 reaches out into the markets within a few weeks, what's remaining is to see how these two Android Smartphones perform in the outside world.
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