Posts Tagged ‘HTC One M8’

If there was ever a good time to buy a new HTC One M9 or M8, it would be now. HTC is now allowing users to simply get their One M9 – or M8 – phone replaced in case of accidental breakage or water damage, during the first year of the purchase. Head over the jump for more on this exciting offer from the Taiwanese giant.

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The HTC One M8 Google Play Edition has been removed from the Play Store, leaving no non-Nexus handsets for the more discerning Android user to buy.

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Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update for HTC One M8 has been spotted in the wild. Screenshots, video demo, and what it looks like can be found right here after the jump.

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Apple’s iPhone 6 may have enjoyed a blistering start during its first few weeks on sale, but it still faces stiff competition from other high-end handsets available across the industry, and if you’re still on the fence with regards to which device best suits you, then you’ve probably been reading a lot of specs sheets. But while a big, beefy processor should keep things running smoothly and with great fluidity, the real-world speed can only be determined by using a device to perform a multitude of day-to-day tasks, and in the most comprehensive speed comparison to date, we get to see how the iPhone 6 stands up against both the HTC One M8 and Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S5.

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Want to permanently SIM unlock your HTC One M8 Android smartphone and use any SIM card with it? Here’s a complete step by step tutorial on how to do so.

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Just yesterday, Samsung took a clever jab at not just one of its competitors, but three of them at the same time, by unveiling a video on its YouTube channel showing the Korean flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S5, taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and nominating Apple iPhone 5s, the HTC One M8 and the Nokia Lumia 930 to do the same. It appears that two of the nominees – namely, HTC One M8 and Lumia 930 – have taken up the challenge and took a dip in ice cold water.

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It appears that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is all the rage these days, with not only the rest of the world taking part in their own willful dunking, but big names in the tech industry in particular. Our interest, being a tech news outlet, of course, extends more to the latter, and we always have a keen eye out for more and more top tier people taking the challenge. The latest participant, although most definitely top tier, is not a person – it’s Samsung’s Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone.

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The higher echelons of the Android market were once completely dominated by Samsung, and after several marked failures, Taiwanese outfit HTC stopped being ‘quietly’ brilliant and actually delivered a device worthy of some fanfare. The HTC One M7 last year has since been followed up with the One M8, and with a slick design and great features, is a worthy competitor to the Samsung Galaxy S5. With Android fans having been catered to, HTC has decided to broaden its horizons, releasing a Windows Phone 8.1 edition exclusively to Verizon. Specs, pricing, and other such details can be seen below.

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The HTC One M8 is already making quite the name for itself in Android circles. It’s arguably the nicest Android phone to look at and it’s certainly one of the best when it comes to build. In fact, apart from the LG G3, we think you’d bee hard pushed to argue that the One M8 isn’t the biggest hit of the year for a variety of reasons.

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Android 4.4 harbors a neat little feature within its make-up that allows you to speed your device up in just a couple of small steps. It works for the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 and the brand new LG G3, as well as the Galaxy Note 3, Nexus 5 and essentially any other handset or tablet running on the latest major release of Google’s software. Below, we’ve got the step-by-step tutorial, so be sure to join us right after the fold for the low-down.

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Want to download and install the latest Android 4.4.3 on your GPE Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 and HTC One M7? We have got direct download links for you right here.

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It seems that re-releasing existing smartphones with a beefed up set of specifications is all the rage these days. With rumors circulating that the Samsung Galaxy S5 is going to gain a bigger, badder brother in the Galaxy S5 Prime, some may have wondered what HTC was going to do about the idea that its main competition will have one-upped it once again. Increasingly, it’s looking like the answer to that is a predictable one, because rumors now also point to HTC having its own Prime in the works.

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