ankitanvi, 20 Mar 2014Please, battery should be atleast 3000mah..!!> Please, battery should be at least 3000mah..!!
Nah, 2.0 MJ for the Infrared Diode !, to prevent Phone theft.
Imagine if all the rumors were made by HTC to set us all off and they release a completely different phone. Haha
raul, 20 Mar 2014i think that there are some degrade in this phone from the old htc one cuz is has a ppi of 441... moreThe PPI is going to go down as the screen size is increased. This is not a downfall at all. You should know that would happen.
raul, 20 Mar 2014i think that there are some degrade in this phone from the old htc one cuz is has a ppi of 441... morehey buddy ..if u put same resolution in a larger screen..it will decrease pixel density...and the next res after 1920*1080 is .. 2160*1440 ....u see the ratio of the pixels has to be 4:3 or 16:9....and normally human eye cannot detect ChANGE or slight increase or decrease of ppi above 350...
haha. wouldn't it be funny if the phone was released and it was nothing like the above!! HEHE
the battery specs are just speculated...it should be more considering the phone is thicker than z2..
i think that there are some degrade in this phone from the old htc one cuz is has a ppi of 441 while the old one has 469 and it has increase in weight and that's not a big problem and the upgrades are it has 5.0" display and a snapdragon 801 at 2.3ghz!!! plus it has dual camera
Well, the Galaxy S5 uses a 2800mah battery and no-one complains about that so..
according to the most credible and almost sure leak..the one 2014 will have two different cameras
1) 4 ultra pixel camera for low light photos..
2) 16mp for daylight shots..
...and also i need to mention the fact...that probably 75% that it will have computational photography and zooming (which is awesome..check out the link shared so gratefully by rob c in the comments below )...3 d mapping and more features ..focusing and all....except it doesnt have 4k video which is no deal breaker..in short..
the camera SHOULD be AWESOME...
Anonymous, 20 Mar 2014This phone hasn't even been released yet and the Sony Xperia z2 still puts it to shameHow does the Sony Z2 put HTC M8 to shame??
Mind you, the battery power of 2600Mah is speculated, it hasn't appeared in any of the leaked info. Besides, the camera alone makes the phone worth the purchase.
This phone hasn't even been released yet and the Sony Xperia z2 still puts it to shame
Battery is always struggling. Why cant they put an insane battery with insane endurance. Just gonna wait for the endurance test to give my rating.
Phonesreview.co.uk says: ( http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2014/03/04/htc-m8-one-heir-clears-fcc-carrier-models-show/ ): " ... To begin with, there’s what looks like an international model (NM80P6B100) supporting 4G LTE on band 7. This band is used in regions such as Europe and Asia.
The next four models are US carrier variants with different 4G LTE bands supported. The AT&T model is NM80P6B120 while the Verizon variant is NM80P6B200. Sprint has the NM80P6B700 and for T-Mobile it’s the NM80P6B160.
Finally there’s model number NM80P6B130 with support for LTE bands 4 and 17, and these bands are commonly used by US regional carriers. Significantly, the samples seem to have been received by the FCC some time ago, as far back as October in fact.
In one last snippet of info, the FCC filling images for the phone show the 3.5mm headset jack placement to the bottom of the device. ...".
A bit more specific Info about the LTE:
LTE 4 (BW 5MHz): 1712.5 - 1752.5 MHz
LTE 4 (BW 10MHz): 1715.0 - 1750.0 MHz
LTE 4 (BW 15MHz): 1717.5 - 1747.5 MHz
LTE 4 (BW 20MHz): 1720.0 - 1745.0 MHz
LTE 7: ? (Note: Mentioned but no Info)
LTE 17: (BW 5 Mhz) 706.5 - 712.5 MHz
LTE 17: (BW 10 Mhz) 709.0 - 711.0 MHz
The 20 MHz Bandwidth will be nice (assuming the Cell Tower accepts it)!
Phandroid says ( http://phandroid.com/2014/02/20/htc-m8-fcc-filing/ ): "... the FCC filing also revealed AT&T compatible LTE bands (2, 4, 5, 7, 17) which given the extra bands, is more than likely the GSM unlocked model." .
I did not see those other Bands in the Docs I looked at.
Remember that is ONE particular Model in the USA. Other US Models (and for other Countries) WILL have appropriate Bands for the Carriers they are Released to (and the HTC One M8 Developer Website will likely have the same Bands as they did for the M7 -- IE: not every possible combination of Freqs., and 64 GB Memory version).
FCC Docs for US Model say:
FCC ID: NM80P6B160
Brand Name: HTC
Model Name: 0P6B160
Tx Freq Bands: GSM850: 824.2 - 848.8
(MHz) GSM1900: 1850.2 - 1909.8
WCDMA Band II: 1852.4 - 1907.6
WCDMA Band IV: 1712.4 - 1752.6
WCDMA Band V: 826.4 - 848.6
LTE: 4, 7, 17