HTC releases different variations of their devices around the world. An Asian model has a better camera than the One M8 with a plastic body.
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The Moto E redefines the functionality to be found at the budget end of the smartphone market.
Similar to their strategy last year, HTC just announced a smaller member of the One family with more limited specs. There are some slight improvements over last year's model as well.
The HTC One (M8) ticks most of our boxes: design, build and performance are all excellent, there's no app overload, and HTC Sense is improving with every iteration. Battery life could be better and some of the camera tools may seem unnecessary, but overall it's a winner.
The new HTC One (M8) is just arriving and as you can see in this gallery, you don't need a lot of megapixels to give you some very interesting effects that make fun photos.
HTC officially revealed the M8 yesterday and I have been capturing lots of photos and trying to set up the best shots to use their software. It would have been easier if they'd just bumped up the camera resolution.
I spent the last five days using the new HTC One M8 and, while the design is excellent, I am not a fan of the UltraPixel camera and software effects. You will be able to order from all three major US carriers today with T-Mobile sitting on the sidelines until April.
There was little left to be revealed by HTC given all the leaked details, but I had some time to use it starting last week and found it to be a nice evolutionary upgrade to the fantastic HTC One (M7).
Google is preparing a fix for a battery depleting bug in the camera software on Android 4.4.2 devices, and in the mean time one way to stop the issue is to uninstall Skype.
The latest update for the Android KitKat OS introduces new features for the Nexus 5 camera, addressing one of the main criticisms of the handset.
T-Mobile keeps pushing the US wireless carrier strategy, Nokia announces the best camera on a phone ever, and HTC continues to find new fans with the HTC One.
There is a lot of anticipation for Nokia new Lumia devices with the Smart Camera app, but you can find the same functionality and much more in the current HTC One smartphone as well.
Apple is going to improve the camera and photo experience with iOS 7, including new image filters and viewing tools. The HTC One already has these capabilities and a whole lot more.
One of the cool camera features of the Nokia Lumia 920 is optical image stabilization, and we now see the HTC One includes this technology. My weekend basketball test shows the HTC One does well with OIS too.
The speculation on the next version of Windows (code-named Blue) is getting out of hand. Based on a few screenshots and one offhand remark from a prominent Windows blogger, one of my colleagues is convinced that the Windows desktop is an endangered species. Nope. Not gonna happen.
You can't replace your point and shoot with most camera phones, but they do the job for social media and online sharing. As you can see, most any of these phones have decent cameras.
HTC is trying to change the discussion on cameras from megapixels to the full experience. They offer a new ultrapixel camera design with some slick software innovations that set the HTC One apart from everyone.
I spent more time with the HTC One at the NY launch event and had an HTC rep walk me through the BlinkFeed interface and the camera software. There are some very cool features here.
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