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HTC M8 photos leak, alleged successor to the HTC One

07 November, 2013 | Read the news | Post your comment
HTC M8 photos leak, alleged successor to the HTC One - read the full textThe HTC M8 is allegedly the company's flagship smartphone for 2014 and today it has emerged in a trio of photos. While the quality of the shots could certainly be better, the images suggest HTC is keen on sticking with the design strategy it introduced with the HTC One. As pictured, the HTC...

 

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for me the camera is excellent without zoom

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  • 2013-11-08 17:46
  • SYfd

> In reply to what @ 2013-11-07 22:00 from Jy8F - click to readam HTC fan but to be honest its camera is really useless :/

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  • 2013-11-08 15:01
  • Hxfb

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-11-08 12:45 from YPb1 - click to readtell me what samsung ever done...other than just copy other company(sony,htc,apple and nokia) technology????

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  • 2013-11-08 14:52
  • IVPC

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-11-08 12:45 from YPb1 - click to readthe folllowing HTC done before everyone else.

1080 pixel display - HTC DRIOD DNA (2012)
4G LTE Windows Phone - HTC TITAN II (2012)
Smartphone with f2.0 aperture - HTC One X and S (2012)
Smartphone with Beats Audio – HTC Rezound (2011)
4G LTE smartphone on Verizon and AT&T – HTC Thunderbolt and the HTC Vivid (2011)
4G smartphone launched in the U.S. – the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint (2010)
HTC Sense smartphone – HTC Hero (2009)
Integrated GSM/WiMAX 4G phone launched in the world (Russia) – HTC Max 4G (2008)
Android device – T-Mobile G1 (2008)
Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Pocket PC with intuitive TouchFLO touch screen technology – HTC Touch (2007)
Tri-band UMTS 3G device on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform – Cingular 8525 (2006)
Tri-band UMTS PDA (2005)
3G Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 device – HTC Universal (2005)
3G CDMA Windows Mobile 5 phone – PPC-6700 (Sprint) and XV6700 (Verizon) (2005)
Microsoft Smart Music Phone – SDA/SDA Music (2004)
Large 2.8" TFT touch-screen LCD display – O2 XDA/T-Mobile Germany MDA/T-Mobile PPC Phone (2002)
Microsoft-powered smartphone (“Stinger”) – the SPV (2002)
Microsoft wireless Pocket PC – XDA, MDA and PPC (2002)
Microsoft Pocket PC – Compaq iPAQ (2000)
Color palm-size PC (1999)

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  • 2013-11-08 13:53
  • ixum

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2013-11-08 12:45 from YPb1 - click to readso why are you here? go comment on a samsung related article

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  • 2013-11-08 13:23
  • g5bm

Samsung fanboys, the first android phone released was the HTC Dream.

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  • 2013-11-08 13:17
  • Ks2n

Can anyone tell me what HTC actually invented, other than a few software gimmicks like beats audio and sense

Exactly - nothing

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  • 2013-11-08 12:45
  • YPb1

why is this forum full of samsung fanboys? This article is regarding a new 'HTC' device, if you dont like HTC then you do not belong on this forum #FACT

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  • 2013-11-08 10:08
  • g5bm

The best brand i known is surely HTC....But no sd card option and inbuild battery and very very expensive price than samsung flagships makes the htc hard times in market for purchase....

if HTC wants to take the market share as equal as samsung,, they should follow these steps..

*screen size from 4.7 inch to 5 inch

*13 to 16 mp camera with good day light capturing...

* with Micro SD option...

* with 32 gb inbuild memory

* with equal price as samsung flagships and good buy back offers.

* with the latest snapdragon chipsets and 3 gb ram..

* with more than 3000 mah battery with 72 hrs standbuy..

*with more than 2 mp front camera.

* with latest android versions...

* having more promotional activities in all countries and having more availability of stocks all over the world..
* with beats audio and front stereo speakers...

if this happens htc will take over the smartphone market allover the world....



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  • 2013-11-08 10:07
  • uuFa

> In reply to Mr. Cuddles @ 2013-11-08 08:33 from 7Xiq - click to readyou simply lie. abberations

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  • 2013-11-08 09:24
  • pqyd

I liked the One, bought it, returned it....

Hope this one is not over 5" which is my personal limit (have a 5.5" one now, which is too big for comfortable use, IMO).

Hope the camera is improved - the current one sounds great on paper, but has issues unrelated to the pixel count.

Hope they simplify the back (the design tried too hard and ended up kind of busy, even though it's still the best of all Androids).

Don't care about removable battery or SD card - people should move on with the times and battery life can be made more than sufficient with enough thought of design and optimization.

Very interested to see what it turns out to be, as well as the next Sony.

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  • 2013-11-08 08:40
  • IiEY

> In reply to lello @ 2013-11-07 15:57 from g54y - click to readPerfection my ass, I've had this phone for 3 months now and I'm planning to get a Note 3 because the camera is crap, the battery sucks bigtime, the bezels are too big for a 4.7 inch device it is bigger than most 5 inch devices. And last but not the least HTC has a bad aftersales service this is a fact!

On the positive side I like the speakers,design,ui other than that its an average phone.

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  • 2013-11-08 08:33
  • 7Xiq

> In reply to Bunyip22 @ 2013-11-08 03:48 from vuEm - click to readmore than unnescry cam expmnts and other stupid things like by nokia, manufactures shud concentrate on devlpng slim and light weight batteries that run video,internet, wifi, gaming etc nonstop for 48hrs or more and 2 or 3 weeks standby.

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  • 2013-11-08 06:45
  • bJeg

> In reply to Bunyip22 @ 2013-11-08 04:17 from vuEm - click to readSure they are bulkier but better than nothing and I do believe you can use it at the same time of charging instead of wait for full charge to use it.

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  • 2013-11-08 04:39
  • PI0}

> In reply to Linh @ 2013-11-08 03:56 from PI0} - click to readThe problem with external battery packs is they still take a few hours to charge your phone to 100%, normally cost a lot more than $20 for a reputable brand and are bulkier than a single battery.

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  • 2013-11-08 04:17
  • vuEm

> In reply to Bunyip22 @ 2013-11-08 03:48 from vuEm - click to readOr you can just buy an external battery pack. They are nice looking and not too big to carry. Also they can be used for many difference devices.

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  • 2013-11-08 03:56
  • PI0}

> In reply to what @ 2013-11-07 22:00 from Jy8F - click to readHTC One camera is good but for people who love to zoom in, it is not good. I myself would prefer at least 8MP.

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  • 2013-11-08 03:49
  • PI0}

> In reply to MysteryE @ 2013-11-08 02:21 from X}0i - click to readI agree, replaceable batteries are great.

I have a Note 3 and it will easily get through a day of heavy use (10+ hours screen on time).

However, if I am on a long flight or go camping for a few days and don't have access to mains power. It literally takes 1 minute to power off, insert new battery and boot back up at 100% full again.

A spare battery probably weights 30-40g and is about as big as several business cards so there is no issue with it in a pocket or even your wallet.

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  • 2013-11-08 03:48
  • vuEm

Unless it has 8mp or more on the camera, otherwise I don't care.

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  • 2013-11-08 03:47
  • PI0}

I also bring a spare battery everywhere.
Really, why wouldn't you?

I prefer spend 3-5 minutes replacing the battery, compared to let the phone charged to the wall charger for 2-2.5 hours.
And, no need for powerbank.

Well, that's me (and I know lots of people prefer this way too).

If you prefer to have integrated battery + bring powerbank everywhere, goodluck with that.
I've experienced it before with my iPhone 4 and HTC One X, and it wasn't a good experience.

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  • 2013-11-08 02:21
  • X}0i

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