it is better to have 13 ultra pixel in m8(eye),rather than conventional 13 mega pixel
zeph_syk, 18 Oct 2014Well the India HTC website mentions the chipset for M8 Eye to be Snapdragon 800!!!! I am shock... more it is Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 801 quad-core processor
I checked, still it's not available on stores in Bangalore.
Is anybody knows when it will be available in stores.
Well the India HTC website mentions the chipset for M8 Eye to be Snapdragon 800!!!! I am shocked!
No wonder they have reduced price for this model. Where as the original M8 is Snapdragon 801 Processor!
GSMArena also has not listed the chipset for this model, i sense some hidden hypocrisy here!
ketnn, 17 Oct 2014HTC One M8 will be available from tomorrow (Oct. 18) in India. It is now official on HTC website.http://www.htc.com/in/smartphones/htc-one-m8-eye/
HTC One M8 will be available from tomorrow (Oct. 18) in India. It is now official on HTC website.
This becomes m8 eye just because of the 13mp?they shouldve done this in the first place. Ultrapixel is completely garbage. Htc couldnt improve the ultrapixel to atleast 8up or 10up. They shouldve made it 16mp with ois. Just saying
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2014e8 is better why e8 is better?M8 eye has equipped with 13 mpx and duo camera and upper options against e8.e8 is good enough for beats other flagships but not win M8. M8 also has the best body in flagships.e8 just has better cpu that cause to stand up over all famous flagships.
vino41, 14 Oct 2014I will pass for Note 4 and Z3, I'll wait for M9 if it has OIS.I will wait for M9 with more compact and equal sized bezels at the top and bottom and evenly spaced speakers.
Why Oh Why does this have to be a China/India exclusive?? :( If this is any indication of the direction HTC is heading, I like it. The "Ultrapixel" technology was a complete bust, and I think they know it. But if they maintain the build quality as they have with the first and second gen HTC One, my next phone will definitely be an HTC phone.
sidmaverick, 13 Oct 2014Finally some sense ui comes to htc's mind too. Now the only point they lack is some ram and w... moreriiiight. please tell us, how many times did you go swimming with your phone in your hand/pocket :)
Guys proud owner of HTC m8 dual SIM....I switched from Samsung S5 dual SIM..
.love the whole experience... way faster and better than s5....love the built quality and without touch wiz tat hangs...Will post small review soon...loving HTC gun metal color
sidmaverick, 13 Oct 2014Finally some sense ui comes to htc's mind too. Now the only point they lack is some ram and w... moreRAM is already enough, it's not Samsung device with blot-wear that needs more RAM! Latest iPhone 6 has 1 GB RAM! for water proof HTC Butterfly 2 is already there! Got some sense? :D
I.scorp, 12 Oct 2014what did you mean?as all of us know it's easier we remain our thumb in bottom of screen for ne... moreTo all who replied to my opinion about the screen and speaker positioning of htc's dual speaker phones.. I am not here to support any other brand. I love htc and want it to be perfect in design. Ergonomics shouldn't spoil the looks of the phone. If htc intentionally made the bottom bezel larger than the top bezel, why didn't they do it for butterfly S and butterfly 2 ? If you hold any of these phones in landscape mode, you will see that the screen is placed exactly in the center of the phone with both speakers at equal distance on both sides of the screen. So the screen's position is exactly in the center of the phone as well the speakers. So there is symmetry in the design of butterfly S and butterfly 2. It is like the comfort you feel when you place two external speakers on the left and right of a TV at equal distances rather than placing one speaker close to the TV on one side and the other one further away on the other side. For instance, see the dual speaker phones from Sony and Motorola. I agree none of them has the elegance of htc but Sony Z3, Moto G and Moto X have more symmetry in design with their screens in the center of the phone as well as the speakers with their compact and equal sized bezels at the top and bottom. Even when the onscreen keys are on, the viewable screen area also will come almost in the middle of the phone. Though the new htc desire eye has almost equal sized bezels at the top and bottom, one speaker is closer to the screen and the other is away from it on the other side. So all the dual speaker phones in the htc One and Desire series have asymmetrical design in terms of screen and speaker position. Hope htc would correct this by following the screen and speaker position pattern of the butterfly S and butterfly 2 in their upcoming phones. One more thing. I have seen the htc one m7 in real the only reason I didn't buy it was because of the irregular bezel size and ueven spacing of speakers. Right now I am using a phone which has even sized and compact bezels. I don't have any discomfort using it. In my opinion those who switch to compact bezel from large bezel phones may get used to it in few days time. Once again... I love htc and I am waiting for that perfect model from them, no other brand can match.