AnonD-270175, 03 Jun 2014£270 to £300 is the expected price for hTc one E8 (international version).. :Expect 400 pound sterling
varunsai, 03 Jun 2014will it have 4k and slow motion recording?of course not ;)
User, 03 Jun 2014HTC One WAS The One about a year ago... Now they should name it HTC Plenty or HTC WeHaveNoImag... morei bet you never change your name , if something is good you just don't do it. your boring iphone is only changing a number - it's not a improvement
when will it be available worldwide ?? is the price 450$ or 480$ ?
HTC One WAS The One about a year ago... Now they should name it HTC Plenty or HTC WeHaveNoImaginationSoLetsUseTheOldName
Back of htc e8 is too boaring please modify or redesign it.......back of xperia z is very attractive so do it like that or simioar to that otherwise e8 is best
AnonD-270175, 03 Jun 2014£270 to £300 is the expected price for hTc one E8 (international version).. :No its 35k INR so around $550
£270 to £300 is the expected price for hTc one E8 (international version).. :
The back of these phone is little boaring so please change the design of back of e8 also rare camera shuld have ultrapixels...... otherwise the htc one e8 is my favorite
Ok i agree that we have a plastic body now but removing the one of the dual back cameras is bad.... and even now with a single LED flash.... :( the price must be half of the original m8
Htc, 03 Jun 2014besides the screen the same as M8? whit full Hd? :/Yes, the screen will be the very same 5" 1080p.
So accordingly to Anandtech's review of the One mini 2, the camera is slow to focus and slow to shoot.
Since this E8 has the same camera module, I'm worried it might suffer the same fate as the mini 2.
HTC cut corners on the wifi module, whos to say they didn't do the same to the camera.
What do you guys think?
LTE? What's the big fuss about it? :D
Just kidding...it may be usefull to some, but when you live in a country that placed 3rd (in 2013) in Top 10 World's Fastest Internet and you have free WiFi even in toilets..LTE is the last thing that you worry or care about when you purchase a phone!
As the overwhelming majority here, my main problem with M8 was its less than mediocre resolution of its cameras. Because now I own a HTC ONE X for over 2 years and its policarbonate is of very good quality, I'm not worried about the fact that HTC One Ace has the same material. So, with a price about 480-500 $, it will be perfect for me.
PS: Despite the fact that I have 2 sim cards, I don't care either about its dual sim option. It may be useful to some, but I do prefer to have 2 smartphones that allows me to have longer internet acces if one of them will run out of battery