Yes, 09 Aug 2015If u dont like it, sell it, and let us who enjoy in it. you can have it for 3500 norsk kroner, will make a good door stop
This phone looks nice, feels nice, and sounds nice. Does it work nice? Nope. Easily the worst phone I've ever had the displeasure of using in that regard. When my Nokia Lumia 1520 broke, I agreed to have it replaced with this phone assuming it would be the Windows version. Nope again. This phone is good for calling people, and that's about it. A bit overpriced for that, don't you think? Even texting a single person has proven too much for it, as it has stopped sending messages to people individually for no apparent reason. Group messaging works, and runs at an incredible 0.5 fps. The notification sound plays, frame rate decreases, five seconds later a message appears in a random place on your screen, phone freezes, ten seconds later the message sorts itself to where it should be, frame rate back up to 0.5 fps. Want to scroll through a texting conversation with that convenient scroll bar? Me too! But you can't. It doesn't work properly as soon as someone sends a picture in the conversation. The display is really nice. 1080p on a 5" screen yields a very nice ppi density. It would be nice if you could make the best of that with games, but they don't exactly work very well either unless they're entirely 2D (which is fine, nothing against 2D games here). But if you're trying to run even a partially 3D game, the frame rate is extremely erratic, jumping between 45 and 2 fps at random and freezing often. BoomSound is nice. But this phone can't play most video formats without expensive apps. BlinkFeed is kinda cool, but I liked Cortana's personalized news feature better. The camera is okay. Don't get me started on DotView. That feature is equally as mediocre as the battery life and the rest of the features. The personalization is really nice, Android lets you change your background to some very unique things with the use of some apps. You can change your ringtone and notification sounds to whatever you want. The aluminum body feels really good to hold, nice and smooth. But above all that I'd prefer a phone that functions as a phone 100% of the time.
Anonymous, 07 Aug 2015how can we have a problem of sending and receiving sms. clearly you are been paid. those negat... morelearn english before you come on here talking like a ten year old. read about the htc one m8 sms problems, instead of praising a phone you probably don't even own. its a fact not something i or anybody else has made up. and who's paying me, to call my own phone rubbish. the phone is a massive let down. camera useless in daylight, not the best at connecting to wifi at distance, stupid logo taking up screen space. the good, great speakers nice crisp screen and good browsing speed. overall a big disappointment, expected better, sick of hearing sycophantic htc lovers drooling about a very average overpriced mobile phone
Hii frends. I am confused between htc m8 and xperia Z2. Both have almost same prices almost. When i go for the specs, Z2 is a faster machine but people in the market say the opposite. They say m8 is better. Im realy confused plz can someone help me out i shall be very thankful....
htc to me is such a strong device, since the sensation ive moved to the m8 and owners of all types of devices are still impressed at its strength an capabilities an not to mention the speed. now i had an accident the other night. my phone (m8) was driven over, screen down. its working mighty fine, although the screen is messed up. all i hear is 'if that was my phone it would be all crushed, messed up, f-ed up', etc. another note is out of all the devices owned at a recent get together, the m8 was ahead of the others in pics taken in semi-darkness. I LOVE MY M8! All htc users know wat i mean, once time is taken to appreciate the brand instead of listening to non-users!
AnonD-412952, 04 Aug 2015With all respect, best phone ever. Heherealy ?! or you just joke
i will buy this phone i need your advice plz
Pee, 07 Aug 2015better hardware properties but poor software, poor camera............i feel like dumping it. t... moreHello Pee, I had the same camera issue when I just got my M8 but after wide reading on Internet I discovered that application of little toothpaste just to clean the camera outer surface can do the magic. I urge you to do the same.
better hardware properties but poor software, poor camera............i feel like dumping it. too bad for my liking. i just sold my galaxy S4 to get one m8, and all i feel is regret. i really miss my S4.
gazbraz, 05 Aug 2015the worst phone i have ever owned, i wish people on this site would talk sense instead of out ... morehow can we have a problem of sending and receiving sms. clearly you are been paid. those negative things you said on the Internet bcos m8 has issues, it's because of people lyk u spreding lies abt htc. u spreding different names on this forum including Internet making people belief they r many only 2 found out its you. I hv 15 months with this phone no issues at all. wen I bought m8 my pals bought s5,z3,lumia but now they r using other phones because they had issues. m8 is good n powerful
Guys pls help me 2dys bfre I bought m8,still I didn't get any lollipop update .wt should I do?thanks n advance
the worst phone i have ever owned, i wish people on this site would talk sense instead of out of there backsides. has know one come across the problem of being able to receive an sms but unable to send them. google the problem the internet is full of forums and pages about this problem. the phones a joke. looks nice and thats about it
I currently own the HTC One M8 with AT&T. Is the M8 well worth switching?
Please include reason besides the fact that the M7 has no SD available.
Anonymous, 03 Aug 2015im sorry but youre stupid nobody said you have to run to snap a pic of a supercar just stand s... moreClearly you're a kid. You just see Austin Martin packing and you run to your phone. For what? Internet is there to help people like you. Go to any cars website.