Raaj Mangat, 10 Sep 2014I am purchasing htc m8 amber gold,its look better than my old htc one max.gsmrena says m8 hd v... moreYou can shoot 720p videos @120 fps, whereas 1080p videos @60 fps. That's normal, even DSLR cameras capable of shooting 1080p videos @30 fps. I have never seen a camera which can shoot 1080p videos @120 fps.
You don't have to confuse about it.
Only people who had used HTC can only define their quality of service. Never get disappointed with price too.. They deserve it.. 10/10. I have glacial silver HTC One M8
I am purchasing htc m8 amber gold,its look better than my old htc one max.gsmrena says m8 hd video recording is120fps,but my m8 hd recording only 60 fps.any solution for htc m8 lover,help me.
There will be no "m9" the next best android phone will be aria and it wont be out for another 2+ years.
The HTC One M8 is the best phone with the best build quality available. Get "i"Phone out of your mind.
Apple was innovative when they dropped the first iPhone but now they are just grasping at straws.
And for those of you who are hell bent on the fingerprint readers there is software available now that will let you use the first and second camera combined on the back as a fingerprint reader and it works fantastically well and smooth as sild. Much better than the iPhone. Its called ice unlock or ice security unlock or something just look it up.
M8 is the king right now especially the gsm version which can easily be changed into the harman kardon eddition with full use of clarify.
Harminder singh, 10 Sep 2014Just saw the pics of new iPhone 6 and 6 plus.... They have copied the design of HTC M8... What... moreThe iPhone 6 and 6 Plus didn't impress me much at all. The iPhone 6 has a 750p display, but expensive and 6 Plus also a worthless phablet, I would rather buy a Note 4. I can't say much about the new A8 MOTION COPROCESSOR. I hope it would be great unlike ordinary Snapdragons. Overall, I'm not impressed at iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. I'm waiting for a positive review of the Note 4 Exynos version. I highly doubt whether the Exynos version of Note 4 will available in my country.
Christian A. Saputra, 09 Sep 2014Dear all HTC One M8 lovers, I just up grade my HTC One M8 to 4.4.3. After i up grade, i fo... moreI never faced any issue with 4.3.3 update. Just try to reset the phone. If the issue still occurs, just go to the HTC service centre.
sam95, 08 Sep 2014im defenitely waiting for the m9...thatl be the phone of the year if they manage to have a go... moreThey can release M9 now if they want (hint hint) they don't have to wait till March,,,it would be good just in time for holidays season.
Just saw the pics of new iPhone 6 and 6 plus.... They have copied the design of HTC M8... What's your take guys..
Hello Christian Saputra,
It also happened to me after HTC M8 4.4.3 update.You feel a little bit lagging.But don't worry my friend.Just factory reset your phone and everything will be alright.That is very easy solution.Greetings from Serbia.:)
i am not using this phone, but pls help to finalize a decision.......
HTC one OR Nexus 5 OR Moto X
Dear all HTC One M8 lovers,
I just up grade my HTC One M8 to 4.4.3.
After i up grade, i found something annoyed me.
Please anyone tell me what happen and how yo fix it.
After I up grade to 4.4.3, my phone just lag and seems lose sensitivity. I mean before I uphrade, the sensitivity was perfect, bit after i up grade, it just lag.
Anyone has experinced the same thing? What to do and how?
Thx for your help ..
sam95, 09 Sep 2014what is ultrapixel actually??Finally someone who wants to know something. :)
See, we have pixels on a camera sensor to detect light photons and convert them into RGB values. These are actually photo diodes which detect the wavelength and hence are able to determine the color and convert them into digital values.
Now, bigger the size of our pixel, more the area and hence it can capture more information quickly as more photons fall on it per second. This also should increase dynamic range.
So what HTC advertises as ultrapixel are just normal pixels but they are slightly bigger than conventional pixels. Hence they capture more light and should lead to better low light photos.
This also has downsides. One is the less resolution. If we have bigger pixels, then we'll have less pixels on the same sensor area and hence we get less megapixels( 4 in this case). Less pixels decrease the resolution and hence the detail in the pics. It also render ultrapixel camera unable to capture 4k videos or do super sampling.
Now this is a ideal world scenario. In reality, HTC doesn't give much attention to their cameras and puts really cheap lens and other hardware. Also the software processing is very bad.
This leads to the ultrapixel camera performing much worse than it can perform and plagued with issues such as very low dynamic range( which should be actually higher), bad exposure metering with exposure almost never getting right, purple fringing, edge softness and some other issues.
Also HTC actually didn't put the oleophobic coating on their main lens and didn't put a scratch proof glass there. Hence we are hearing a lot of lens scratching problems here. However, the depth sensor has a good quality glass and that's an irony.
Hope this helped. Have a nice day
Just got my m8....
Best phone I ever had....
I bought note 3 after m7 but Samsung you are a shit. Keep producing garbage.
M8... What a minimalistic and sophisticated design...!
Love you HTC
Like it, 08 Sep 2014Have been using the M8 for about two weeks. The phone fantastic quality and performs exceptio... moreJust consider that the SD card writing issue is solved. There is a File Manager on new 4.3.3 update. I have never discovered any other problem that you have mentioned. You can install any app from third party sources, that's the main benefit of Android. However, I don't install any app from third party sources.
im defenitely waiting for the m9...thatl be the phone of the year if they manage to have a good camera...
Have been using the M8 for about two weeks. The phone fantastic quality and performs exceptional. It is by far the best performing phone I have ever used.
There are a few frustrations.
- Cannot write directly to SD (more a kit Kat issue)
- 3rd party app restrictions seem to be greater on this phone than any other I have used. Keep running to the "need to root" for 3rd party app control
- LED control...ie must be rooted to use it more than default
- email widget - clears counters if you open the email
These, and a few others, are all trivial and minor things, however they seem to be all functionality that I've had on older phones, HTC seems to be going towards a more "Apple like" restrictive environment.
My nickles worth