HTC recently hinted that it was working on yet another One, and that one might soon be coming to China. This "Vogue" edition of HTC's flagship is said to sport roughly the same specs but in an a less flattering form.
The plastic variant of HTC's One M8 might be a real thing after all, but it might also be limited to China. A pair of photos from the country's TENAA certification agency reveal a plastic body that is distinctly different from the flagship but still bears its name as the One M8St or One M8 "Ace".
Rolling out a bit ahead of schedule, some owners of last year's HTC One are now receiving their promised Sense 6.0 update. While it doesn't exactly bring the older device up to the same level of functionality as the the HTC One M8, it does come pretty close to it.
HTC's top-tier devices are always the subject of some color frenzy that sometimes do not come to pass. Naturally, the HTC One M8 is not exempt, and now we are laying eyes on both a red and a blue variant of the HTC's latest flagship.
HTC has a midrange problem. The One M8 is a great phone, but it's a flagship which means it's expensive. It's also big, with a 5-inch screen and those frequently-commented-on big bezels top and bottom. Arriving to hopefully save the day is the HTC One mini 2, taking the style and some of the key functionality of the One M8, and making it easier to hold, easier to afford, and far more suited to the mass-market.
The HTC One (M8) is one of the better Android devices we’ve seen in a long time, but it was missing one key feature. The Extreme Power Saving mode, bragged-up on launch, was absent from US variants of the device. Promising to include it shortly, HTC has made good on their word, and those with an AT&T HTC One (M8) are starting to see it via an update.
Hot on the heels of HTC's latest flagship receiving CyanogenMod 11 nightly builds, the HTC One M8 is now also getting Paranoid Android as well. While these builds are presented as official builds for Paranoid Android 4.x, it should still be considered as unstable versions for the purpose of testing.
Images posted to HTC’s Weibo account hint at a new device, which promises to be fashionable. The handset is aesthetically reminiscent of the older One (which had several variants), but there is no information accompanying it to give hard details on what we’re getting.
CyanogenMod has announced the availability of the CM11 nightly builds for the HTC One (M8). The builds will be available by way of the CyanogenMod download page and users should be looking for the "m8" designation. There will be a total of six versions available so you'll need to find your specific model number.
Those with a penchant for shiny and expensive things can now get their cravings satisfied. Goldgenie has announced new editions of the HTC One M8 in three luxurious color options of Gold, Platinum, and Rose Gold.