HTC has launched the HTC One (M8), as its new flagship mobile phone. This is a device that is now the company’s top-tier handset, succeeding the HTC One (M7) – from 2013.
Omio has already published hands-on and unboxing pictures, where it’s now the turn of the video version.
We start with displaying all the boxed contents, which includes the phone and the Dot View, see thru case.
This moves on to covering all the specs, such as the FHD 5-inch screen, quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 CPU, microSD card and dual, front-facing stereo speakers.
Its new design is mentioned, along with the dimensions and its 90 per cent metal body.
The rear Duo Camera is then detailed, with its more depth captured, with refocussing post photography function.
Motion launch gestures are specified and the way the phone can be awoken from standby mode, by double tapping the display, along with its other features.
BlinkFeeds improvements and HTC Sense 6.0 are stated on our footage, where all the pre-installed apps are shown – such as Zoe, which is covered and its unbundling to Google Play.
HTC’s M8 customisation elements are noted, with the fonts and extended battery life feature – allowing 60 hours of life at 20 per cent power.
Also shown is the refocussing of pictures, with uFocus, and the moving picture, dimension plus.
Wrapping up, is the Dot View case. That protects the phone, along with allowing access to the screen, with a minimised UI on the display – showing functions such as time, weather and notifications.
That is along with the 2013 HTC One, compared with the HTC One (M8), covering its design and features.