LG G3 Vs HTC One M8-17

The HTC One M8 was far ahead of its time with a depth sensor camera.

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.

Answering to a customer inquiry on Twitter, HTC Product Manager for the Americas Mo Versi said M8 users should expect Sense 7 to come with the next software update.

Versi didn’t provide any details on the actual availability of this “next software update,” but our guess is we should see it within a few weeks. Sense 7 delivers relatively few changes in terms of appearance, while new features include a comprehensive Theming app, the Home widget, which groups your most frequently used apps, as well as some personalization features added to HTC’s well-known BlinkFeed. Performance improvements and bug fixes are to be expected.

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The One M8 remains a top choice for HTC fans. Available at a smaller price, but quite similar to the M9 in terms of performance and features, the device shines through its design. And, for American customers, HTC is throwing in a very nice perk with the Uh-Oh extended warranty plan, which includes a free replacement in the first year or $100 in credit towards the purchase of a new HTC One phone.

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