New HTC One M8 Reality

January 11, 2014   By D2hshop Admin   Leave a comment

We knew that 2014 is going to be a good year for the New Gadgets Launch, but never knew it is going to be so surprising! HTC has made the HTC One M8 official in a surprising way to us! Despite the phone being leaked a few months ago, HTC managed to surprise its audience with few of its hidden features. Spectacular Design, loads of power and battery and furthermore, some high upgrades! Yes, HTC did it!

Read on all that we know about the HTC One M8.


• Apple-level design detail
• 5.0-inch, 1080p display
• 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
• 5MP front camera, HTC UltraPixel rear camera
• Camera competes with the iPhone 5
• Great sound
• 128 GB MicroSD card support


• No water resistance
• Slippery grip could lead to dropping
• Camera still can’t match iPhone 5S
• Only 16GB of internal storage
• Bit Expensive

HTC One M8 is one of the very few opponent phones of iPhone which gives it equal competition. Seems like HTC is going to rock the stage with a few more launches!

With HTC One M8, it brings up more stylishness, more class, more power, more metal and more on the camera front.

Design & Display:

The Best feature of HTC One M8 is its design which competes with the iPhone’s design and beats the heat. No company ever did such a good job! Kudos to HTC!

This Gorgeous handset sports a 5-inch IPS LCD full-HD display (1080 x 1920p, 441ppi) with protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The Basic design of the HTC One has not changed much but the M8 is a bit larger and it features curved edges. The handset has a stunning metal premium look. Claimed by HTC to be boasting a stronger structure, the phone looks more appealing!


Smartphones are the primary camera of almost everybody these days since taking pictures and showing them off on Facebook and Instagram has become everybody’s hobby.

With HTC One M8, another boost up for all the Tech Freaks is its Duo Camera of the HTC One M8. It is one of the highest quality cameras. The camera of M8 performs really well even in low light. Not just this, you will also be able to take vibrant pictures without any lag. All this is not done by increasing the megapixels, but by bring up the Ultrapixels. Now the question is what is this Ultrapixels thing? Is it real or just a Marketing Gimmick?

Well, well, the Ultrapixels allow more light and finally you can click a better picture. If you don’t believe me, look at the screenshots of the pictures below where HTC One M8’s camera has been compared to Nokia Lumia 920 & the iPhone.

Pictures of iPhone, HTC One M8 & Lumia 920 in low light:


Pictures of iPhone, HTC One M8 & Lumia 920 in Flash:

So, the bottom line is that the HTC One’s “UltraPixel” may be a marketing gimmick but it will impress you to the core. This gadget features a 5 Megapixels front camera and a 4 UltraPixel rear camera (HTC is not focusing on the Megapixels race).


Loaded with an Android 4.4.2 KitKat Operating system, HTC’s Sense 6.0 UI, 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and a 2GB RAM, the handset impresses all! Furthermore, with a 16 GB internal storage (which might be less for some), it also carries with it 128GB capacity for expandable memory.

It also features a new version of BlinkFeed! Not to forget the Motion Gestures of the One (M8), which allows the homescreen utility bringing up personalized and other new features like double tap to lock and unlock the phone, slide to right to unlock to BlinkFeed, and skate to left to unlock to the homescreen boost this handset additionally.

HTC One (M8) also is loaded with front-facing dual stereo speakers and amplifier. It claims the new speakers offer 25% better sound than the ones on the phone’s predecessor.

In terms of internet connectivity, the M8 features Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 4G LTE, USB 2.0, and nano SIM support.


Comparing the M8 with the Galaxy S5 in terms of battery backup, the Samsung Galaxy S5 would obviously win as the Samsung Galaxy S5 features a 2,800mAh battery whereas the HTC One (M8) features a 2,600mAh battery that is 40 per cent more efficient than the first HTC One. Reading on these features, what are you upto? Are you going to grab this revolutionary handset, the HTC One M8?

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