HTC One (M8)

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Colours :-   Glacial Silver, Gunmetal Gray, Amber Gold

  • 5.0 inch Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen display
  • Dual: 4 MP rear camera | 5 MP selfie camera
  • li-po 2600 mAH battery
  • Quad-core 2.3 GHz (US/EMEA)/ 2.5 GHz (Asia, China) Krait 400 Qualcomm MSM8974AB Snapdragon 801
  • 2 GB RAM | 16/32 GB ROM
  • VoLTE supported

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HTC One (M8) Mobile Phone runs on android OS kitkat version 4.4.2 upgradable to marshmallow version 6.0. The phone boast a 5.0 inch Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen display with resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Display is secured with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. On accounting cameras, it has a Dual: 4 Mega Pixel main camera while 5 Mega Pixel selfie camera. It is also known as predecessor of HTC One M9.

The HTC One (M8) smartphone is fueled by a li-po 2600 mAH battery which can’t be removed. battery and promises long hours of utilization before next charge. Discussing processors, mobile phone is packed with Quad-core 2.3 GHz (US/EMEA)/ 2.5 GHz (Asia, China) Krait 400 to provide efficient and effective usage without any issues.

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HTC One (M8) mobile has 2 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of internal memory which can be expanded upto 256 GB (uses Dedicated slot) with the help of memory cards. It has smooth and sharp design that make gadget look elegant and exquisite.Thickness of phone is just 9.4 mm. Make a note that it is a single sim (nano) mobile phone.

HTC One (M8) connectivity highlights include WiFi, 3G, 4G, bluetooth. It has certain sensors like ambient light sensor, gyro, compass, Accelerometer, proximity, barometer. On the last note, dimension measurement are as follows : 146.4 mm (height) x 70.6 mm (width) x 9.4 mm (Thickness) and it weighs approximately 160 gm.



70.6 mm


146.4 mm


9.4 mm


160 gm

Display and Screen

Screen Size

5.0 inch

Screen Resolution

1080 x 1920 pixels

Screen Type

Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors


Yes, Multitouch and Capacitive

Pixel Density

441 PPI

Other Display features

Corning Gorilla Glass 3


Operating System

android OS kitkat version 4.4.2 upgradable to marshmallow version 6.0

OS version



Qualcomm Snapdragon 801

Number of Cores

Quad Core

Processor clock speed

2.3 ghz us/emea/ 2.5 ghz asia, china krait 400


Adreno 330


Secondary Camera

5 Mega Pixel

Primary Camera

4 Mega Pixel + 4 Mega Pixel

Dual Camera




Primary camera features

Geo-tagging, face/smile detection, HDR, panorama, 27mm, 1/3", 2 µm) autofocus

Secondary camera features

f/2.0, [email protected], HDR

Memory and storage


2 GB

Internal Memory

16 GB

Card Slot


Expandable Memory

256 GB

Network and Connectivity



Bluetooth version

4.0, A2DP, aptX













Wifi Version

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot







GPS features

Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS



Battery and Power

Battery Capacity

2600 mAH



Quick charge







Ambient Light


Fingerprint Sensor






Hall Sensor





Headphone Jack


Loud Speaker



HTML5 Android


SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email

Music Player


Video Player


FM Radio


Document Reader


22 reviews for HTC One (M8)
Note : **Some of the reviews are picked from flipkart, Amazon and other e-stores.

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Firstly, Regarding the delivery, I opted for the in a day delivery of the product and it was delivered in less than 24 hours. Great job, Flipkart.

    Regarding the phone, I will stick the experience of the phone rather than the tech specs. For tech reviews of the phone, please see major reviewers like Cnet, The Verge, GsmArena and MKBHD. (My favorite ones anyway).

    1. Looks: My god, it just blows you away. The premium Brushed metal finish is an absolute pleasure to touch and use. I am sure this one reason alone will move a lot of potential buyers from alternate offerings of Samsung, LG, Apple etc.
    2. The Sense 6 interface is by far one of the best manufacturer interfaces. Having used the Google Play interface, I would still rate this as more personal and as smooth, if not better. But yes, the android updates may not be as timely as in the Google play editions.
    3. Blinkfeed is really amazing and easily replaces all your News and Social Networking dedicated apps. It’s fast and easily accessible.
    4. Camera: Yes, it is probably one of the sore aspects of the phone. However, for casual photographs and such it is more than sufficient. Well, if you can get over the lower pixel count, it does produce decent pics. And ofcourse, the “ultrapixel” size is bigger than that of other manufacturers, so that helps too.
    5. Lack of aspects like Heartbeat sensor and Fingerprint sensor. I pondered over this aspect, but it actually is not a big give away. If you want to compensate for the lack of hearbeat sensor that the competition offers or if you are a big fitness freak, you have the option to buy dedicated trackers like fitbit etc. Btw, Fitbit app comes pre-installed. Probable HTC thought this may offset the absence of sensor a little bit. And Fingerprint sensor? Seriously? Big deal.
    6. Screen: One word. Brilliant. Let’s just Apple does not come up with a retina display phone with the 6. Otherwise, the One M8 is all set.

    For a great phone to live with and be excited to hold and use everyday, look no further. Having used a lot of other phones in the market. I can confidently say that no other phone comes close to providing such a rich and personalized experience as the One M8. It is the One and Only.
    Granted, HTC has nowhere near the marketing power of Samsung and Apple so sales may not be THAT high. But, once you have used a HTC phone, it is difficult not to see how glaringly ugly the rest of the phones are. Well, that is my experience and perspective anyway. Having made a comeback to HTC, I have decided never to shift my phone brand again.

    Overall, A truly incredible phone.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Now first things first……..pretty hefty price tag for a phone but does it justify the tag and the answer is absolutely a big satisfactory yes!!!!
    1) The design of the phone is the main clinching point of the deal and feels absolutely luxurious in the hand (you need to see and feel it in person)…..that cold feeling you get when you pick up your phone in in morning is unmatched by a samsung or sony or even an iphone

    2) Now lets talk about the software and its another plus to htc its nippy and fast… lags as in a galaxy….no crashing as in ios……no stupid bloatware……no cartoon icons…just a very clean UI probably the best after stock android and in some places seems even better

    3) Screen is LCD gorgeous looking but not as punchy colors as in a samsung……its on a cooler side of shade…but i like it more than super amoled as its not in ur face always viewing angles are gr8

    4) Memory problem has been solved by HTC and it makes sense as everything cannot be fit in a 16 gb phone… you can expand upto 128gb

    5) Motion gestures are more than useful and doesn’t seem gimmicky or added for the fun of it…….very useful as the power button is in a very awkward position that is on the top of the phone……you need to operate with the second hand in order to reach in it

    6) Now let’s talk about the elephant in he room THE CAMERA or should i say cameras
    there are 2 rear cameras actually the top one is a depth sensor which gives u a chance to refocus ur image later the bottom one is 4 megapixel/ultrapixel
    It takes decent photos that can be used on social networks easily but doesn’t provide much details on zooming in

    so at last
    PROS: the design , software , motion gestures , expandable memory , new camera effects

    CONS: the position of power button
    Camera according to some is not upto the mark but for me is appropriate for
    regular shots after all who stands in front of a landscape with a mobile camera u
    better buy a cannon for it

    In conclusion this phone will surely turn heads when you take it out of your pocket!!!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I usually dont write reviews, but look at what Gaurav Raj (Seems like a samsung employee) has written as a ‘might help’ thingy…. i thought of writing a review of the HTC One M8 phone, and a reply to gaurav’s so called review, based on which which people (of course with that budget) would decide to buy or not.

    Might help
    I am not here for cons. And pros.
    You have highly qualified reviews for that.

    I want to share some things.

    1.width matters , for one handed use, bezels are big on sides considering it is not even waterproof.

    Its not good for one handed use considering it is not even waterproof?? What kind of link is this? The phone is perfect to use in one hand. Please note, its tall, not wide. And its as wide as (or lesser) than other normal smartphones in the market.

    2.people saying it is waterproof – That video on youtube ended there itself, phone shows IC problems in a month or two .

    If the company says its not waterproof, dont listen to people who say it is. and dont put it in water.

    3.Camera performance is still bad .I dont want depth information if I cant click nice pictures.
    The OIS is very very gery important feature for mobile emergency phtography.and they ditched it.

    If YOU cant click nice pictures, its YOUR fault, not the phone’s. Agreed u dont want depth information.
    OIS is very very important (because samsung got it?)… Were you using it in 2013 or any of your previous smartphones?

    4.The device feels like something you might not ever have hold, The curves are even more perfect than MOTO X.

    Use a case. Anyways, you are going to use a case even if you buy an S5.

    5.i agree boomsound speakers are nice, but most of the times you might be hearing from headphones.
    No one would use it as a main speaker unit.better get a small JBL 4o pair with if you love stereo audios in home.

    So you are left which no option but to agree that you like boomsound speakers, but then u use headphones, or you buy JBL. 😀 😀

    6.Those speakers include super heavy space and the HTC logo uses the space too.
    Immensely wasted space and specs .

    People more intelligent that you across the world are appreciating the design of the phone, and the speakers, but you see everything the phone has or does, as a disadvantage. (Is this a paid review??? I mean paid by Samsung) 😀

    I wont suggest anyone to buy this unless you are an htc or apple user for who class is the important thing first and smartphone ness is the second

    LASTLY, I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU, WHICH PHONE DO U USE??? I would love to write a full review on that phone.

    Coming to the HTC One M8 review… Only one line.

    If you have the budget and plan to stay with an AMAZING phone for at least 3,4 years… BUY !

    I bought and HTC HD2 (4 years back), then and HTC One X (2 years back), and now a HTC One M8. All the phones are still working perfectly. TILL DATE. (Gaurav, are you listening???)

    BTW, HTC has promised to provide Google Android updates for the next 2 years. So your phone will be up-to-date for the next 2 years.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Beautiful, bold design
    Premium build quality – Metal!
    Best-in-class audio/multimedia experience
    Powerful specs built to last
    128 MicroSD slot opens doors
    Amazingly fun to use camera

    HTC has created a miracle here. It even comes with the latest snapdragon 801 processor unlike old exynos on samsung s5. In the world of smartphones, the very best products are those which deliver consistency across the physical and the virtual. Those which feel as good as they look. Those whose performance lives up to their hardware. With the M8, HTC has crafted just such a device.

    Greatest phone ever made. Period. Just hold it in your hands to believe it. 🙂

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shifter from note 3 …and was waiting for s5 if only it was sd801 but since again Samsung cheated Indian consumer i dumped it for htc one m8…n got it on 30 apr… and its absolutely stunning…. and battery with my use lasted 1day 4 hours… where as with same usage my note 3 lasted 8 hours…so its stunningly beautiful and amazingly fast… n yes for cam its amazing… see my page “mobile cam’s” on fb… i luv this m8..amazing fone..worth every penny

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    HTC One M7 won laurels at MWC,an event where most tech savvy people meet to see and discuss latest moblie tech. And finally HTC got a worthy successor to it in form of M8.I need not explain you pros and cons(r der any real cons??) as for that reviews from iGyaan,MKBHD and Android Authority exist and you must see them. All of them agree that its a great phone with just a slight awkward point-The 4mp Ultrapixel camera whose pictures cant be zoomed in or cropped…but really who does that for pics with friends or just some casual snaps ..u need to zoom only pictures of natural scenes while travelling etc and for that purpose majority of us have the now extinct digital cameras or DSLR
    A worthy camera is the one which gives you accurate blur free shots and videos under all conditions and M8 excels in this area due to large ultra pixels which increase shutter speed due to large light in take in lower time and reduce risks of blur,even more effectively than OIS enabled Nexus 5 and far more reliability than iPhone,S5 or Z2(a slow but powerful cameraphone) . so u don’t lose over camera front as iGyaan says too!!
    The next USP is touch response time,its even smoother and accurate than iPhone 5s which had the best touch screen until now. M8 has a touch response time(time taken between ur finger touching it and the phone taking action) is a mere 46ms vs 72ms of iPhone 5s. Z2 has 180ms and S5 also above 100ms…that’s why all the androids you used till now felt less smoother and studdery than apple iPhone….but now android has defeated iPhone in that case and so M8 has an even better FEEL when you use it….this fact is not being advertised by HTC and it shows how silent the company is and want people to know its craftmanship by using the phone and not like Apple and Samsung who call stuff like WiFi ac(also in M8) as a special feature and try to lure non techies.
    Also someone stated here that this phone is wider..plz see the specs of M8..its 70mm vs 72mm S5 nd 73.3mm Z2…M8 is gr8 one handed as Joshua Vergara from Android Authority says. Only Nexus 5(69mm) is narrower than M8 but N5 is poorly built with fragile plastic and feels as cheap as S4 and S5 in hand.
    Last but not the least M8 really looks and feels like a true 50k phone and not like S5(resembles my old sick Galaxy Grand except duos logo…or any Samsung phone…even cheapo galaxy S duos..though size varies). Xperia Z2 is a fingerprint magnet and people say its outdoor legibility is bad as screen brightness(not colors) is low @400Cd/m2 vs 500 of M8…though I will conclude it only after seeing it in skin and flesh at local Brick n Mortar store before buying online.
    Added on 16 June:
    I have bought my One M8 finally and I am loving it since last 10days I have spent with it.This is the finest piece of craftsmanship I have ever seen.Curved body makes it easy to hold,best for a 5incher I have seen..this was the main reason I chose it over wide and unwieldy Z2.Audio quality is M8’s highlight. You have to hear to believe it, the speakers are not only loud but very deep and clear too.I fail to understand why people call it’s camera is bad.Today I viewed pictures taken by my phone during different lighting on HDTV.They were sharper than pins and perfectly exposed.The trick to get great pictures is to tap to focus every photo.It locks exposure according to the point you tap..perfect pics every time!!Its camera is very fast and fun to use.Against my previous apprehensions,I have decided to dump away my Sony 14mp digital camera as M8 is good enough for me.Battery life is also spectacular, always makes through the day though these days I am having vacations and use it for long spells.For gaming and movies,this is the ultimate phone,display is well balanced and sound so immersive that you have to hear to believe it.Go for it if you want nothing but the best.It more than justifies the hefty price tag..Issues:Only one minor gripe,the metallic body is very slippery,so can’t use without a case.
    Finally beware Indian version of S5 is a scam with poor graphics card(gpu) and exynos processor that runs hot and drains battery,making it un worthy to compare with Snapdragon phones like One M8,Z2 or even Nexus 5.Huge price drop of about 14k is a tell tale of its failure

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    The first thing you will see is that the design is fabulous, you cant argue about that, 90% aluminium is just flawless plus i got a cover with the product.
    The BoomSound speakers are not just louder but even more crisper and there is no match to these speakers by any other smartphone.
    When i heard about the 4 MP camera i felt bad, but the Ultapixel camera has even better effects than what Samsung and Sony can offer. The depth sensor is revolutionary as all the photos i clicked really look very professional as if they were taken from a DSLR.
    The battery life is quiet good and can last for more than a day very easily.
    If you take many Selfies this is the phone you need.
    Overall dont think about any other phone, just go get it!!

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Buy it, Feel it, and after using it for one week you can leave your girlfriend, but you wont give up this fone!

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    I just got my htc one m8 today n just loved everything about it, screen is a real crisp nd delight to watch + boom sound speaker with built in amp rocks, looks wise its an eye candy overall phone is incredible, one thing i’d like to say its camera is not bad though it just lacks detail as its 4 ultra pixel but feature like zoe u focus covers it up…go for it guys best phone in its class

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    After SO MUCH contemplation, apprehension and skepticism, I finally went ahead and bought this phone last weekend, choosing it over the S5 and Z2 and deciding against waiting for the G3 or the much eagerly awaited Moto X 1.

    And, boy oh boy did I make the right decision. The whole unpacking process in itself was a pleasure. Picking up this metallic beauty in my palm, watching the screen start for the first time and the accessories which included a surprise TPU semi-transparent case much to my ecstasy and the usual charger and earphone, it was just one premium feeling.

    The phone has absolutely nil lag, the best ever touch response that I’ve handled (response frequency even higher than the iPhone 5S) and a jaw dropping display.

    HTC Sense 6 speaks for itself, a butter smooth UI and coupled with the naturally beautiful colors rendered, the crystal clear speakers not to forget the clarity of the headphones, and the lovely gesture controls.

    A lot has been debated about the camera, while actually, the camera is pretty decent. It captures the details well, allows more light exposure and about the megapixel count, well, an avid photographer will NEVER be satisfied with a mobile phone’s camera sensor for his photography. Even if the phone has a 20 mp cam. It is all about the camera’s sensor.

    Overall, the phone gives me absolute pleasure and joy while using it, and end of the day nothing else matters more.


    1. 5″ Display. 441 ppi and absolutely stunningly gorgeous
    2. Aluminium unibody metal
    3. Indian versions have a quad core processor clocked at 2.5 GHz, 0.2 GHz above the European or American versions.
    4. Sense 6 is a joy. I’ve actually handled the Nexus 5 and I find the Sense 6 even better than the stock Android.
    5. 128 GB expandable storage. What more can someone ask for here?
    6. 2600 mah battery, and the results have been very very cool. A very decent battery life.
    7. Additional features like the IR remote and the Fitbit app, front facing speakers with built in amplifiers.

    Cons, if there has to be any, I would’ve liked the mobile to have Optical Image Stabilization. It would’ve helped, with the mobile being a flagship.

    Bottomline : You sure are missing out on something if you prefer any other mobile in this bracket.

    HTC ONE M8 is here to make a statement. And it does that perfectly.

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