The HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition was announced yesterday alongside the base device and it's already in stock. The price of GPe phone is $700 - $50 more than the Sense version and the unlocked Developer edition.
Anyway, the HTC One (M8) GPe is unlocked and compatible with the GSM networks of AT&T and T-Mobile in the US. It's not currently available outside the US but when (if?) it is, it should work on most GSM networks around the world.
Despite running stock Android, HTC has made sure that the innovative Duo Camera works. You can find out more about this camera, check out our review.
You can get the HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition from the Google Play Store for $700. It will ship in 1-2 business days.
If $700 is too much or you're fine with the old HTC One, then you'll be glad to hear it's $100 off – $500, the same price as the Sense model (actually a bit cheaper than in some stores).
Source (you need to be in the US)
i dont even like HTC and i want this phone Finally a mobile company that actually upgrades thier flagships properly well done HTC my z1 will do for now google edition seems to intrigue me more as i dont like the sense ui
htc m8 is better ... everything is improved..though camera cud be better but still in the reviews it shot impressive and better daylight than m7 and also improved hdr ..low light was already awesome.....user interface is the best in all smartphones.....
confused sony Z2 or htc M8