It turns out Sprint will be the first carrier in the States to bring the neat device to this side of the lake. Is the device really more affordable?
We have reviewed both the HTC One M8 and the HTC One E8; two devices with a similar soul, yet bodies that are aimed at different markets.
The HTC One M8 is a beauty, but what happens when you try to take this flagship smartphone and remove its metal housing? Enter the HTC One E8!
This device is essentially a non-metal HTC One M8, but can the Taiwanese giant accomplish the same without the metal construction? They at least get close!
Finally, some reasons to smile for HTC. Following three consecutive quarters of operating losses, the Taiwanese company announced today a return to profit, largely thanks to cost cutting measures.
More than 2 million people “reserved” the device at a large online retailer, and, according to HTC’s official Weibo account, 50,000 units were sold in the first 15 minutes of the E8’s availability.
The recently announced HTC One E8 has mostly been seen in nothing more than press renders. Looking for a more detailed look at the new device? Here’s your chance.
HTC has published its sales figures for the month of May, and it’s not exactly the good news we were hoping to hear.
For folks who prefer plastic over metal, HTC introduced today the One (E8), a One variant packing a polycarbonate body and a 13MP camera that will be priced “very competitively.”