The HTC One (M8) debuted in Asia last week starting with HTC's home country of Taiwan. The reception seems positive as distributor PDAKing reports that demand is greater than the available supply at the moment.
Note that this version of the One (M8) is slightly different from the US and Euro versions – it has a Snapdragon 801 where the CPU is clocked at 2.5GHz instead of 2.3GHz. It carries a price tag of NTD 21,900 ($720 / €525).
Sophia Tsai, general manager of PDAKing who made the announcement, didn’t give a concrete sales count, but apparently orders have been doubling each day since the phone became available on March 25.
That sounds encouraging, but we'd like to see some hard numbers of phones ordered and phones manufactured before declaring the HTC One (M8) a bestseller. Still, HTC's stock has been on the rise this last month, so thing might finally be picking up for the troubled company.
How much is the battery replacement for HTC One m8?
Dunno. Perhaps having a 14month old HOX+ and the stupid imbedded battery dying on you and you paying 50€ to replace it "under warranty". I have never seen any warranties on batteries that last 2 years, it's always max 6 months.
why is it a joke?