As we had been expecting, T-Mobile has launched the HTC One (M8) this morning. T-Mobile has the One (M8) priced at $636. Those looking to make a purchase will be able to make monthly payments though. In this case that means $0
HTC has already taken advantage of splitting their apps from Sense, updating BlinkFeed and Gallery for the One (M8). Already updating the apps is nice, and leaves us without waiting for carrier blessings to get some added
With the HTC One (M8), you get a slew of great editing features. We’ve been having a lot of fun with the newest One all week, and a lot of that surrounds the photo editing features. A few days ago we brought you details on how
Having spent some time exclusively with Verizon Wireless, the HTC One (M8) retail availability has expanded to other carriers. This essentially means you'll now be able to pick up an HTC One (M8) in AT&T and Sprint retail stores.
Stock Android is great. I’m a big fan, and am typically pretty critical of OEM overlays, eschewing them for Nexus at just about every turn. With the HTC One (M8), you’ll get Sense 6.0, which is HTC’s latest take on Android.
Just as we saw with the HTC One (M7) last year, there are a variety of models of the HTC One (M8) available. You will be able to find the branded carrier models as well as the Unlocked and Developer Edition models direct from
HTC has openly admitted tweaking hardware performance to affect benchmarks, and now it's starting to pay the price. Futuremark, creators of the popular 3Dmark graphics and CPU benchmarking tool, has officially placed the HTC One
With the HTC One (M8), camera hardware doesn’t always lead to better shots in the moment. With the second camera gathering info about the shot as you take it, some added post-production work is available. With UFocus, we can go
We now have a Verizon HTC One (M8) in for review. The handset arrived earlier this morning, and while we obviously aren't going to post a full review after having the phone for only a few hours -- we did want to share some images
Many might have been enamored by HTC latest flagship but don't really give a care for the custom software running on the HTC One M8. Trying to combine the best of all words, some more enterprising developers over at XDA have come