Right now, you can buy a refurbished unlocked 32GB AT&T HTC One M8 for just $269.99.
HTC has been pushing Lollipop to several versions of its One M8, and it looks like the company is now preparing to upgrade the M8 to the latest version of Sense as well.
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HTC’s Mo Versi has announced that the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for AT&T branded HTC One M8s will begin rolling out today.
It was only 11 days ago that HTC’s chief smartphone designer, Jonah Becker, announced he had left the Taiwanese manufacturer and we’ve now learnt that he has joined the wearable-fanatics at Fitbit.
For those on AT&T’s network, you’ll be happy to know the One M7 and One M8 will soon be seeing an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop, starting with the HTC One M7 sometime today.
Following the announcement, and upcoming release, of its successor, we take a quick look back at the HTC One (M8)!
If you’d like to try out Sense 7 on your HTC One M8, SkyDragon has released a new custom ROM that brings the new features to HTC’s 2014 flagship.
Yes, it’s true. The M9 of 2015 is just a modified M8 from 2014, save for some killer internal additions. Sadly it’s the cover that people judge books by.
Verizon is now pushing out the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop to HTC One M8 owners. The update brings the addition of Band 4 LTE roaming and enhancements to 3-way calling, among the other many visual changes with Lollipop.