It's snapdragon 800.. I had called their customer support centre, they confirmed it has 800.. No NFC or IR blaster..
That's the main reason for the price cut and why the older version is still more expensive..
UCGILL, 26 Oct 2014its 800. http://www.htc.com/in/smartphones/htc-one-m8-eye/It's a bit confusing as I have words with HTC support, and they have denied to officially comment on the error/difference in Spec and Info about chip-set, but it seems that it has 800 chip-set.
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2014Hi! Processor of this phone is snapdragon 801 not snapdargon 800its 800. http://www.htc.com/in/smartphones/htc-one-m8-eye/
FM, 24 Oct 2014Thank you for your reply. Can you please tell me which processor you got, Snapdragon 801 or Sn... moreAs mentioned in the data sheet, this phone has SNAPDRAGON 800 processor only - Just Guys check this before buying. SNAPDRAGON 800 & 801 are quite similar in performance so user will not feel the difference. Also it is to mention that in retail market HTC M8 EYE it costs only 36K while M8 original version still costs 40K. Go for older one with ultrapixel camera, NFC, IR Blaster & you will really appreciate HTC. A big NO to HTC M8 EYE.
Guys I am very happy with my HTC m8 dual sim....thou the eye has less specs than m8 ....n NFC ...no infrared also so no remote....I am happy I got HTC m8 dual sim....I think ultra pixel camera is great.... I have lumia 1020 as my main driver so I am happy
2GB of Internal RAM is too week (You get 9 tabs running and it the device starts to crash after). 16GB of ROM on the inside is also too small as after you install a few applications your device will start to tell you that you are low on memory. Many applications can not be moved to SD card. Last but not least no 805 Snapdragon and CAT 6 LTE. HTC Executives are always cheap and stingy. Why can't they release a new smartphone with good specs instead of one that is like all others with specs??
Anonymous, 24 Oct 2014_i thnk all phone is in LCD, no LED or plasma screen released yet :-P There are just search.
Rekhaagam, 24 Oct 2014Hi FM! HTC ONE M8 EYE has no NFC. Audio amplification is reduced. 13MP camera upgradation... moreThank you for your reply. Can you please tell me which processor you got, Snapdragon 801 or Snapdragon 800?
Rekhaagam, 24 Oct 2014Hi FM! HTC ONE M8 EYE has no NFC. Audio amplification is reduced. 13MP camera upgradation... moreWhy would anyone buy m8 and m8 eye since they are almost the same and waste money? I dont believe anyone do that.
FM, 23 Oct 2014Can anyone confirm whether this model has NFC or not? Hi FM!
HTC ONE M8 EYE has no NFC.
Audio amplification is reduced.
13MP camera upgradation without 4K video is ordinary feature now a days. Photos that from 4 Ultrapixel are still better than this 13MP specially in low light. They look vivid and brighter.
Zoe camera has different feature which is not satisfactory.
Front speaker grills are now brushed metallic black where as on older one it was brushed metallic grey.
Both HTC ONE M8 versions are having SENSE 6 UI which is breeze to navigate. Once you use it, you will definitely hate other interface.
No pressure sensor (barometer) on HTC M8 EYE version.
I purchased HTC ONE M8 EYE version on 21.10.2014 in INDIA and have tested & explored every feature in details and compared with my older HTC ONE M8 which I had purchased on 16th June 2014, I would recommend for older version.
Hey Guys! This model HTC ONE M8 EYE lacks NFC. The amount of power amplification to head phone jack is also reduced in comparison to its original HTC ONE M8 version. Baring this its rear camera has been upgraded to 13 MP which works as good as other 13 MP phone camera. The older version wih 4 Ultra pixel has better results, The ZOE camera feature on older M8 was better which had bright and multiple frames. M8 EYE lacks these punches. Rest is all repeat features, Nothing new to explore,
I am having both the versions of HTC M8 and would recommend for older one and not EYE. Thanks.
ThE_Soul$layeR, 22 Oct 2014I have no problems with polarized glasses and my m7. It depends from the quality of the lense... moreI just use my polarized glasses for testing the glare on different kinds of phones. Base on my studies, SAMOLED produces less glare compared to LCDs which can harm our eyes in the long run.