HTC One (M8) 60 Second Review

If you want to find out the positives and negatives of the new HTC One (M8) and are short of time, then be sure to watch our 60 seconds review video below.

If you have a little more time or want to know more, then read the full review or watch the following video for the full review.

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Constantly challenging opinions and looking for new opportunities, Jon develops the product ranges and business activities and very much strives to maintaining growth and taking Clove in to the future.

Never knowing when to stop, he spends too much time in the office! He's very organised; writes lists, reports, spreadsheets, you name it, he's on to it!! When he does relax, however, he can be found driving his pride and joy (his Range Rover Sport), walking his Dog, down the pub or at a local restaurant. He does too like the finer things in life and often lives beyond his means, only the best hotels will do.

Comments

  1. Suraj Rai says:

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  2. Great quick review! I’ve had my HTC M8 for almost a month. It’s a definite step above the Nexus 5 I had earlier. The feel and finish of the device is really night and day to other Android phones (and dare I say iPhone 5S would be this if it were an Android phone).. everything is lightning fast, no delays. Screen clarity is amazing. The Sound? Nothing comes close to the sound quality. It’s like holding a full-blown stereo system in your hand, loud and crystal clear. Only issues I’m facing is its quite slippery! And yes, the screen size does make the holding of the phone quite awkward. There will be times that you need both hands to do something. Although one tip I have about the power butting is the easiest way to power it is double-tapping the screen and swiping up. Or even better just Swipe up! Anyway, there’s lots to like about this phone. I was worried about the Sense 6 UI, but it really became second-nature to me. It was not cluttery like the Samsung or clunky/slow in the user responsiveness.

    Anyway, a great buy if you ask me! :)