The battle of plastic vs metal comes to the fore, but do these flagships have more to offer than just their build material? Here’s the HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5!
For this week’s Friday Debate we ask which handset do you prefer: the HTC One M8 or the Samsung Galaxy S5?
The HTC One M8 has now arrived to more markets, both in-store and online, Before you decide whether or not the M8 is right for you, there’s at least 10 things you should keep in mind.
Marketing materials show the five reasons why HTC thinks you should buy an (M8) instead of the Galaxy S5.
The HTC One (M8) has now arrived to both AT&T and Sprint’s in-store retail locations, priced at $199 with two-year agreement.
With the HTC One (M8) flying off the shelves in Taiwan in the first week of sales, analysts expect HTC could sell as many as 4.2 million of their flagship device this quarter. To do so would boost their global market share to about 3% and possibly mark a turnaround from 3 years of near-continual losses for the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer.
Making the best Android smartphone in the world did not keep HTC out of trouble. So what could be HTC’s salvation?
HTC One (M8) owners on Sprint’s network will be happy to know a new update has started rolling out, bringing HTC’s promised Extreme Power Saving Mode.
Sitting in between the 5-inch display and all metal curved casing of the new HTC One (M8) is a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, Adreno 330 GPU and 2GB of Ram – all contributing factors to HTC’s latest claim to fame, a record smashing 46ms display touch response time.
For those that picked up a ‘standard’ HTC One M8 but are now wishing they had gone the stock Android route, a new method makes it possible to convert your device to a Google Play Edition.