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At an event in New York yesterday, HTC expanded its line of mobile phones, introducing the new HTC One (M8) as a fo...
At an event in New York yesterday, HTC expanded its line of mobile phones, introducing the new HTC One (M8) as a follow up from last year's original version HTC One (M7). It’s rumoured that the new product has stepped up its game, bringing forth new features that will succeed its predecessor.
The new HTC One (M8) features include a larger display, updated design, improved software and upgraded camera. Let's have a look at what’s made the cut in HTC's latest version:
The HTC smartphone has always taken pride in its metal, unibody construction, and this time the device fits your hand better with its curved edges. The new HTC One packs the following hardware features:
90% aluminum body
160 grams in weight
5-inch HD 1080p display
1080p S-LCD3 panel
Android standard trio soft keys
Gorilla Glass 3 cover protection sheet
Front-facing dual stereo speaker
Available in three colours--gunmetal gray, glacial silver and amber gold
Android Kit Kat 4.4 new operating system
16GB or 32GB storage options
A microSD slot for additional 128GB storage
Dropbox is replaced with 50GB of storage on Google Drive
2,600mAh battery allowing 20 hours of active talk time
40 days of standby when on Extreme power saving mode
WiFi dual-band 802.11ac
Accelerometer, gyroscope and barometer.
HTC made sure to preserve the feature that enriched the home screen with news and social media, Blinkfeed. Blinkfeed enables access with a left swipe of the home screen, and can be set as the optional default home screen.
Motion Launch is one of HTC M8’s most important additional features. By sensing the movement of the phone, Motion Launch can predict or intuit users' future prompts. For example, you can answer a call by simply putting the phone to your ear, and decline by turning the phone display down, respectively.
The two speakers are front facing, positioned above and below the display. They are upgraded with a more powerful DSP chip and amplifier, and are cushioned deeper in the phone frame, giving an enhanced audio experience.
Fitted at the phone's rear is the Duo Camera. This camera contains double lenses that work together to give the ultimate in quality pictures. This new feature performs fun tricks, such as blurring backgrounds, improving captured images in low-light settings, and changing focus point.