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HTC One (M8) (CDMA)

Modes

LTE  3 / 4 / 7 / 13
WCDMA  1 / 2 / 5 / 8
CDMA  / /
GSM  / / /

LTE   4G
band 3 / MHz   DCS (Europe, Asia, Africa)
band 4 / MHz   AWS (Americas)
band 7 / MHz   IMT-E (Canada, South America, Europe, Asia)
band 13 / MHz   Upper (USA (Verizon))

WCDMA   3G
band 1 (I) / MHz   IMT (Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, Brazil, India, Israel)
band 2 (II) / MHz   PCS (Americas)
band 5 (V) / MHz   Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 8 (VIII) / MHz   (Europe, Asia, Africa)

CDMA   2G / 3G
band 27 / BC10 / MHz   ESMR (Americas (T-Mobile))
band 5 / BC0 / MHz   Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 2 / BC1 / MHz   PCS (Americas)

GSM   2G
band 5 / MHz   Cellular (Americas, Oceania, Brazil, Israel)
band 8 / MHz   (Europe, Asia, Africa)
band 3 / MHz   DCS (Europe, Asia, Africa)
band 2 / MHz   PCS (Americas)
 

Sprint version supports different LTE bands ( / / )
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HTC One (M8)

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Description

The new HTC One (M8) comes with a radically different than all else 'Duo' camera (this refers to the two rear cameras on its back) that allows you things like selecting the focus of an image after you capture it.The new One also comes with the latest Snapdragon quad-core system chip, an even more intense aluminum unibody construction, and 25% more powerful BoomSound front-facing stereo speakers. And it's not just that - HTC has improved the phone all around, even adding expandable storage via microSD cards of up to gigs. Actually, the only change we can think of in the new One that could possibly bring forth some negativism is the increased overall footprint of the device - it's just larger and a bit bulkier.

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Display

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Size: inches
Resolution: x pixels, PPI
Technology:S-LCD 3
Screen-to-body: %
Features:Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor

Hardware

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System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon
Processor:Quad-core, MHz, Krait
GPU:Adreno
RAM:2GB LPDDR3
Internal storage:32GB, available to use: 24 GB
Storage expansion:microSDXC up to GB
Device type:Smartphone
OS:Android ( Marshmallow, Lollipop, , ), HTC Sense UI Screenshots

Battery

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Capacity: mAh
Type:Li - Polymer, Not user replaceable
Charging:Qualcomm Quick Charge

Camera

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Rear:Dual camera Camera samples
Main camera:4 MP (Autofocus)
Specifications:Aperture size: F; Focal length: 28 mm; Sensor size: 1/3"; Pixel size: 2 μm
Second camera:4 MP (Depth information)
Video recording:x (Full HD) (60 fps), x (HD) ( fps)
Features:HDR, Video light, Video sharing
Front:5 MP
Video capture:x (Full HD)

Design

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Dimensions: x x inches ( x x mm)
Weight: oz ( g)
Materials:Back: Aluminum
Resistance:Splash; IPX3
Keys:Right: Volume control
Colors:Gold, Gray, Silver, Pink, Blue, Red

Cellular

LTE (FDD):Bands 3(), 7(), 8(), 20( DD)
Data Speed:LTE, HSDPA+ (4G) Mbit/s
SIM type:Nano SIM

Multimedia

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Headphones:mm jack
Speakers:Earpiece, Multiple speakers
Features:Album art cover, Background playback
Screen mirroring:DLNA, Wireless screen share, MHL, MirrorLink
Radio:FM, Stereo, RDS

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth:
Wi-Fi: a, b, g, n, ac, dual-band
USB:microUSB, USB
Features:Mass storage device, Charging, Video out
HDMI:Yes
Location:GPS, Glonass
Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer
Other:NFC, Infrared, Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
FCC ID value: NM80P6B

Availability

Officially announced:Mar 25,
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IntroductionIntroduction: 

BrandBrand name of the device. This may match with the manufacturerVerizonModelOne or more (separated by /) specific model name identifies this device. This field often includes Model Code too which can be separatedHTC One M8 LTE-A HTCLVWReleasedFirst official market release date in (year, month) Mar 26Hardware DesignerThe company which designed this deviceHTCManufacturerThe company which produces this deviceHTCCodenameThe codename internally identified the design project of this product. Model variants of the same model are identified and linked to each other via the same CodenameHTC M8OEM IDThe OEM ID is internal code and refers to a specific variant of the model series0P6BDevice CategorySmartphone, tablet, smart watch, PDA, palmtop, etc. SmartphoneCallular voice-capable usually touchscreen mobile computer which natively runs third-party apps.

Physical AttributesPhysical Attributes: 

WidthWidth is horizontally measured between the left and right edges of device according to the default display orientation mmHeightHeight is vertically measured between the bottom and top edges of device according to the default display orientation mmDepthDepth refers to the thickness of the device. Depth is usually the smallest dimension of the device mmDimensionsAll dimensions are maximal values (measured between the furthest points of the device) in closed statexx inchesMassThe mass of the device including standard battery and stylus (if any and it can be inserted into the device) measured in grams g ouncesThe mass of the device including standard battery and stylus (if any and it can be inserted into the device) measured in ounces

Software EnvironmentSoftware Environment: 

PlatformThe family of the operating system like Android, iOS, Windows Phone/Mobile, Palm OS, etc. AndroidOperating SystemPre-installed (usually embedded) operating system which the device was released with.Google Android (KitKat)Google Android (KitKat)

Application processor, ChipsetApplication processor, Chipset: 

CPU ClockFrequency of the square signal which schedules the internal operation of microprocessor (synchronous sequential logic). The current consumed by the processor is approximately proportional to clock rate. MHzCPUManufacturer part number and most important characteristics of the IC which includes the main application processor or processorsQualcomm Snapdragon MSMAB v3, , 32 bit, quad-core, 16 Kbyte I-Cache, 16 Kbyte D-Cache, Kbyte L2, 28 nm, Qualcomm Adreno GPUQualcomm Snapdragon MSMAB v3, , 32 bit, quad-core, 16 Kbyte I-Cache, 16 Kbyte D-Cache, Kbyte L2, 28 nm, Qualcomm Adreno GPU
Operative MemoryOperative Memory: 
RAM TypeType of volatile memory IC which specifies RAM architecture, timing characteristics, refresh mode, voltage levels and physical design of the IC. Two major types of random-access memory is static RAM (SRAM) periodically refreshed dynamic RAM (DRAM). LPDDR3 SDRAM MHzClock frequency of the RAM databus (not necessarily equivalent to data transfer frequency). The width of the databus (e.g. 64 bit), RAM type (e.g. DDR SDRAM), number of channels and clock rate (e.g. MHz) determines peak transfer rateRAM Capacity (converted)RAM capacity in binary bytes (KiB: bytes, MiB: KiB, GiB: MiB)2 GiB RAM
Non-volatile MemoryNon-volatile Memory: 
Non-volatile Memory InterfaceInterface (e.g. UFS , eMMC , moviNAND) which determines physical layer (width, clock rate, lanes, protocol) of data transfer between the application processor and the NV memory YesNon-volatile Memory Capacity (converted)The value of ROM capacity converted to the most appropriate units (KiB: bytes, KB: bytes, MiB: KiB, MB: KB, GiB: MiB, GB: MB)32 GB ROM MiB total user storageThe sum of primary and secondary user-accessible partition of non-volatile storage spaces

DisplayDisplayAll parameters that related to display

Display DiagonalThe distance measured between the furthest corners of the display. In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the diagonal of the smallest bounding rectangle. mm5 inchDisplay Diagonal in inchesResolutionHorizontal and vertical resolution of the primary display. In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the smallest bounding rectangle.xHorizontal Full Bezel WidthDefined as the sum of width of left and right vertical display bezels. If the display panel is located in the middle width of left and right bezels are the same and their width is the half of the full bezel width. mmDisplay Area UtilizationRegular display area per regular front panel area ratio. This approximated indicator does not count with possible rounded corners (neither on front panel nor on display) or display notches, holes.%Pixel DensityIndicates the number of pixels per inch PPIDisplay TypeDisplay technology, e.g. Color/ monochrome e-ink, STN, PM-OLED, AM-OLED, TN-TFT, IPS TFT, ASV TFT, MVA TFT, PVA TFT, PLS TFT Color PVA TFT LCDColor PVA TFT (Patterned Vertical Alignment). This is an active matrix LCD technology. displayDisplay SubtypeBrand name of the subtype/technology of the screen like Super AMOLED, SLCD2/3/5, Retina Display, Reality Display, ClearBlack, etc. SLCD3SLCD3 or S-LCD 3 is a type of PVA TFT (Patterned Vertical Alignment - Thin Film Transistor) LCDs developed by S-LCD Corporation (Samsung, Sony) in and used by HTC and others. This is an active matrix LCD technology.Number of Display ScalesMaximal number of displayable colors or scalesMScratch Resistant ScreenUsual types: Gorilla Glass generations, DragonTrail/X, Sapphire Glass Gorilla Glass 3
Graphical SubsystemGraphical Subsystem: 
Graphical ControllerManufacturer and part number of the graphics controller IC or commercial name of the intellectual property (IP) if the graphics controller is the part of a chipsetQualcomm Adreno Dedicated Graphics MemoryDedicated operative memory (video RAM, VRAM) of graphics controller or GPU which independent from the op. memory of the main processor. Graphics controller may have access to the main RAM (shared RAM) too MiBGPU Clock:  MHz
Audio/Video InterfacesAudio/Video Interfaces: 
A/V OutAudio/Video outputs form a heterogeneous group of interfaces that allow the user to connect the device to various external analog/digital multimedia devices (monitors, projectors, HD TVs) and play multimedia content. For example: MHL, DisplayPort, HDMI, e MHLmicro-USBPhysical interface of the A/V out port. For example: HDMI D, USB-C, micro-USB or DB25

Audio SubsystemAudio Subsystem: 

Microphone(s)Analog or digital sound receiver. Main applications: voice calls, active noise cancellation, voice command, voice/video recording, voice identification stereoLoudspeaker(s):  stereoAudio Output:  mm

Cellular PhoneCellular Phone: 

Supported Cellular BandsList of supported cellular networks with band names. For example GSM refers to the GSM system with the MHz uplink and downlink bands. GSMGSM phones support GSM MHz (B5) band (downlink: MHz - MHz, uplink: MHz - MHz) , GSMGSM phones support P-GSM (Primary GSM) MHz (B8) band (downlink: MHz - MHz, uplink: MHz - MHz) and may support E-GSM (Extended GSM) MHz band (downlink: MHz - MHz, uplink: MHz- MHz. , GSMGSM phones support GSM / DCS / PCS MHz (B3) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz). , GSMGSM phones support PCS MHz (B2) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , UMTS (B1)UMTS phones support UMTS / MHz (IMT, also refferred as UMTS Band I) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: MHz) , UMTS (B2)UMTS phones support UMTS MHz (PCS, also refferred as UMTS Band II) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: MHz) , UMTS (B5)UMTS phones support UMTS MHz (CLR, also refferred as UMTS Band V) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , UMTS (B8)UMTS phones support UMTS MHz (UMTS Band VIII) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: MHz) , CDMA (BC0)CDMA phones support CDMA MHz (CDMA Band Class 0, also known as CDMA) band (downlink: MHz - MHz, uplink: MHz - MHz). , CDMA (BC1/BC14)CDMA phones support PCS, also referred as CDMA Band Class 1 band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) and US PCS, also referred as CDMA Band Class 14 band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , LTE (B3)LTE phones support LTE MHz (LTE Band 3) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , LTE/ (B4)LTE/ phones support LTE / MHz (AWS also referred as LTE Band 4) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , LTE (B7)LTE phones support LTE MHz (LTE Band 7) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) , LTE (B13)LTE phones support LTE MHz (LTE Band 13) band (downlink: - MHz, uplink: - MHz) bandsSupported Cellular Data LinksList of supported cellular data links and rates. GPRSGeneral Packet Radio Service , EDGEEnhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution also known as Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) , UMTSUniversal Mobile Telecommunications System. UMTS Release '99 data link layer, W-CDMA grants up to kbit/s pocket-switched download speed. , HSUPAHigh-Speed Uplink Packet Access is a G UMTS uplink protocol. , HSUPA , HSDPAHigh-Speed Downlink Packet Access is a G UMTS downlink protocol. , HSDPA , cdmaOne , CDMA 1x , CDMA 1xEV-DO , CDMA 1xEV-DO Rev A , LTELTE (Long Term Evolution) or the E-UTRAN (Evolved Universal Terrestrial Access Network), introduced in 3GPP R8, is the 4G access part of the Evolved Packet System (EPS). , LTE /50LTE Mbps / Mbps (Cat. 4) data linksSIM Card SlotSupported Subscriber Identification Card (SIM) Format like mini-SIM, micro-SIM, nano-SIM, embedded SIM, etc. Nano-SIM (4FF)Complementary Phone ServicesPossible extras: voice transmission, voice speaker, vibration, speakerphone, active noise cancellation, PTT, HD Voice, VoLTE, etc. Voice transmissionDevice is able to receive and transmit voice over cellular network , Voice speakerDedicated voice speaker is located near to the ear when talking and optimized for the spectrum and peak-to-peak range of the human voice. , Vibrate , Speakerphone , ANCActive noise cancellation (ANC)
Secondary Cellular PhoneSecondary Cellular Phone: 
Sec. Supported Cellular Networks:  No

Control PeripheralsControl Peripherals: 

Touchscreen TypeDetermines how the touchscreen module senses the touch of the screen Capacitive multi-touch screen

Communication InterfacesCommunication Interfaces: 

Expansion InterfacesNon-volatile memory and/or I/O expansion interfaces. For example: microSD, microSDXC, SDHC, CF II., PCMCIA III., etc. TransFlash , microSDSupports memory cards with capacity of up to 2GB and may comply with some (not HC) memory cards with higher capacity than 2GB , microSDHCA micro-SDHC-capable device supports High Capacity (SD /HC) memory cards with capacity of up to 32GB. , microSDXCA microSDXC-capable device supports eXtended-Capacity memory cards with capacity of up to GB, GB or 2 TB.USBFirst or the only USB port. USB is a common high-speed serial bus standard that allows data and power transfer between the mobile device and another computer. Version of USB identifies USB standard. USB Released in April , USB specification introduced USB Hi-Speed enabling devices to communicate at Mbit/s data rate.USB HS ( Mbps)Determines the highest available data transfer speed of first USB port. Usual standard speed levels: High-Speed (HS), Super-Speed (SS)USB ServicesPossible services: USB power supply, USB charging, USB fast charging, USB host, OTG, etc. USB chargingThe device is able to charge its battery supplied from the USB port. , USB HostUSB host devices are capable of controlling USB client devices, like mass storage devices, mouse, keyboard, camera, printer, scanner, etc. , USB OTG , USB PDDevice which meets USB Battery Charging Specification Revision / is able to supply current from mA to A for the client device at 5V.USB ConnectorPhysical USB connector layout. Most common types: micro-USB, USB A, USB Type-C or proprietary (e.g. Lightning) USB Micro-ABBluetoothIEEE is a short-range radio technology standard that allows transfer of data, and the use of accessories such as wireless audio devices and printers. This field specifies the supported BT version. Bluetooth Wireless LANWireless LAN / WLAN / Wi-Fi: defines a medium-range wireless data link that allows for internet access and data transfer. This field enumerates the supported protocols (e.g. a/b/g/n). aShort range standard, 5 GHz, max. 54 Mbit/s , b GHz (ISM band), max. 11 Mbit/s , g GHz (ISM band), max. 54 Mbit/s , n GHz (ISM band) or optional 5 GHz support, max. Mbit/s thanks to MIMO antennas , ac GHz (ISM band) or optional 5 GHz support ( MHz), max. Mbit/s thanks to MIMO antennas	Wireless ServicesPossible extras: Miracast, DLNA, WiFi Tethering, UPnP, WiFi Display, AirPlay, etc. DLNADLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) over Wireless LAN , Wi-Fi TetheringWi-Fi Mobile HotsportNFCNear Field Communication is short-range wireless radio data exchange technology based on radio-frequency identification (RFID). This field enumerates the supported NFC technologies. YesIRInfrared Port (IR): Near-field (within 1 meter) wireless optical data link mainly for connecting mobile devices, accessories and consumer electronic devices (remote control). YesYesDetermines the highest available data transfer speed of IR port

Multimedia BroadcastMultimedia Broadcast: 

FM Radio ReceiverWith a bulit-in FM radio the device is able to receive FM (frequency modulated) broadcast in 79 - MHz band. No

Satellite NavigationSatellite Navigation: 

Complementary GPS ServicesPossible extras: S-GPS, A-GPS, Geotagging, TMC, QuickGPS, QZSS, etc. Simultaneous GPS , A-GPS , Geotagging , QuickGPSSupported GLONASS protocol(s)GLONASS is a global satellite navigation system operated by Russia. L1OFGLONASS L1OF FDMA signal centered at MHz, features a BPSK() modulation.

Primary Camera SystemPrimary Camera SystemPrimary camera usually has better imaging capabilities than secondary camera if any

Camera PlacementRefers to the placement of the primary camera on the device. Front, rear or rotatable. Generally rear.  RearCamera Image SensorRefers to the semiconductor technology of image sensor (FSI CMOS, BSI CMOS, etc.) BSI CMOSBackside Illuminated CMOS (Complementary MOS circuit)Image Sensor Pixel SizePixel size of the primary camera sensor micrometerNumber of effective pixelsA measurement of the maximum pixel number at which the camera can take a picture, often referred to as Megapixels (when horizontal and vertical measurements are multiplied) MP cameraAperture (W)Wide-angle aperture of lens or aperture of lens in case of camera without optical zoomf/ZoomA feature that changes the focal length of the lens of a camera. Optical zoom requires the lens to move in and out, providing high-quality close ups from a distance x optical zoomFocusCD AF, PD AF, Laser AF, etc. No / Not supported means there is no adjustable optical system or no camera built-in at all CD AFContrast-detection (CD) is a passive autofocus method without distance measurement which adjusts the optical system until maximum contrast is measured through the lens. Min. Equiv. Focal LengthMinimum focal length (35 mm equivalent) of lens or fixed focal length (35 mm equivalent) in case of lens without optical zoom.28 mmVideo RecordingA measurement of the maximum horizontal and vertical pixel numbers at which the primary camera can capture videox pixel60 fpsRecording frame rate when recording video at maximum resolutionFlashA flash is used to brighten dark areas when taking photographs; is also used as a flashlight. This field contains the exact type of the flash. single LEDAlso known as mobile lightCamera Extra FunctionsPopular extra features of the primary camera: EIS, EIS for video, OIS, OIS for video, Face detection, 3D photo, HDR photo, HDR video, Macro mode, Panorama Photo, Red-eye reduction, Refocus, Smile detection, Slow motion video, Burst mode, Face Retouch EISEIS (or digital IS) uses further buffer pixels around the active pixel matrix and dinamically shifts the recorded image in 4 direction to compensate the motion of the camera. , OISOIS (also know as IS, OS, VR, AS) utilizies precision electromechanic actuators in the lens which modifies the optical path to the image sensor to compensate the motion of the camera. , HDR photoHigh dynamic range image recording , HDR videoHigh-dynamic-range video recording , Macro modeAn autofocus feature that allows for close-up photographs to be taken with the onboard digital camera , Face detection , Smile detectionAux. Camera Image SensorAuxiliary camera image sensor technology in at least dual lens setup YesAux. Camera Number of Pixels Number of effective pixels of Auxiliary Camera (2nd camera of primary camera system) in at least dual lens camera setup MP aux. camAux. 2 Camera Image SensorAuxiliary 2 camera image sensor technology in at least triple lens setup NoAux. 3 Camera Image SensorAuxiliary 3 camera image sensor technology in at least quad lens setup NoAux. 4 Camera Image SensorAuxiliary 4 camera image sensor technology in at least penta lens setup No

Secondary Camera SystemSecondary Camera SystemWidely used for video telephony or taking selfies

Secondary Camera PlacementRefers to the placement of the secondary camera on the device. Front or rear. Generally front camera for selfies or video call. FrontSecondary Camera SensorRefers to the semiconductor technology of sec camera image sensor (FSI CMOS, BSI CMOS, etc.) CMOSComplementary MOS circuitSecondary Camera Number of pixelsA measurement of the maximum pixel number at which the sec. camera can take a picture, often referred to as Megapixels (when horizontal and vertical measurements are multiplied) MP sec. camSecondary Video RecordingA measurement of the maximum horizontal and vertical pixel numbers at which the secondary camera can capture videox pixel30 fpsRecording frame rate when recording video by the secondary camera at maximum resolutionSec. Aux. Cam. Image SensorImage sensor technology of sec. auxiliary camera in at least dual lens secondary camera setup No

Built-in SensorsBuilt-in Sensors: 

Built-in compassBuilt-in electroinc compass types: 1D, 2D, 3D YesBuilt-in accelerometerAn internal component that senses acceleration components of the device. Used for automatic screen rotation and for games and applications that rely on acceleration measurement on X, Y, and Z axis. Possible types: 1D, 2D, 3D YesBuilt-in gyroscopeAn internal component that senses the orientation of the device. Used for automatic screen rotation and for games and applications that rely on the devices position in the X, Y, and Z axis. Possible types: 1D, 2D, 3D YesAdditional sensorsBuilt-in ambient (barometer, temperature, altimeter, light, etc.), biometric (fingerprint, HR, step, etc.) and comfort (hall sensor, gesture sensor, proximity, etc.) sensors Barometer , L sensorBy measuring the intensity of the ambient light device may control the brightness level of the screen , P sensorBased on this sensor signal device may control the volume of the voice speaker or dim the display during a call

Ingress ProtectionIngress Protection: 

Protection from solid materialsIngress Protection Standards. IP First digit: Protection from solid objects or materials Non-standard protectionProtection from liquidsIngress Protection Standards. IP Second digit: Protection from liquids 3 Protection against direct sprays up to 60 degrees from the vertical

Power SupplyPower Supply: 

BatteryBattery technology Li-ion polymer (LiPo)built-inPossible options: removable, built-in1-cellIn case of high power consumption it is more efficient to connect more than 1 cells in the battery in series to minimize current thus loss.Nominal Battery VoltageIf there are more than 1 cells in the battery in series connection the nominal resulting battery voltage is the sum of voltage of cells VoltsNominal Battery CapacityIf there are more than 1 cells in the battery in parellel connection the nominal resulting battery capacity is the sum of capacity of cells mAh batteryNominal Battery EnergyThe product of battery capacity and nominal voltage determines the maximal nominal stored energy in the battery Wh

Geographical AttributesGeographical Attributes: 

Market CountriesCountries where the device was officially sold. Overlap is possible. USAMobile OperatorList of mobile operators (carriers) or distributors which sold the device in their own networkVerizon WirelessVerizon Wireless

Datasheet AttributesDatasheet Attributes: 

Data IntegrityData integrity level determines the integrity of the published information. Final datasheets are not intended to be modified in the future, preliminary ones can be based on unofficial information or speculations, incomplete ones are also preliminary b  PreliminaryAddedThe exact time of the datasheet addition
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HTC One (M8) for Windows

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Description

Besides the OS, everything else in the One (M8) for Windows seems to be the same - the screen is still 5 inches big and has a resolution of x pixels, while the chipset powering the whole shebang is the Qualcomm Snapdragon - a perfectly sufficient chip that will no doubt enable a very smooth and fluid user experience with Windows Phone

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Display

Benchmarks

Size: inches
Resolution: x pixels, PPI
Screen-to-body: %
Touchscreen:Capacitive, Multi-touch
Features:Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor

Hardware

Benchmarks

System chip:Qualcomm Snapdragon
Processor:Quad-core, MHz
GPU:Yes
RAM:2GB
Internal storage:32GB
Storage expansion:microSDXC up to GB
Device type:Smartphone
OS:Windows Phone, Screenshots

Battery

Benchmarks

Capacity: mAh
Type:Li - Polymer, User replaceable

Camera

Benchmarks

Rear:Dual camera Camera samples
Main camera:4 MP (Autofocus, BSI sensor)
Specifications:Aperture size: F; Focal length: 28 mm; Sensor size: 1/3"; Pixel size: 2 μm
Second camera:4 MP (Depth information)
Video recording:x (Full HD)
Features:HDR
Front:5 MP
Video capture:x (Full HD)

Design

Size comparison

Dimensions: x x inches ( x x mm)
Weight: oz ( g)
Materials:Back: Metal
Features:Notification light
Colors:Black

Cellular

LTE (FDD):Bands 4(AWS-1), 13( c)
UMTS:Bands 5(), 8(), 3(), 2()
Data Speed:HSPA, HSUPA
SIM type:Nano SIM

Multimedia

Benchmarks

Headphones:mm jack
Speakers:Earpiece, Multiple speakers
Features:Album art cover, Music recognition
Screen mirroring:DLNA, Wireless screen share

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth:
Wi-Fi: a, b, g, n, ac, dual-band
USB:microUSB, USB
Features:Mass storage device, Charging
Location:GPS, A-GPS, Glonass
Sensors:Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer
Other:NFC, Infrared, Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync

Phone features

Notifications:Music ringtones (MP3), Vibration, Phone profiles, Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
Other features:Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording
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HTC One (M8)

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CodenameM8
ManufacturerHTC
SeriesHTC One
First releasedMarch&#;25,&#;&#;()
Availability by regionMarch&#;25,&#;&#;()
PredecessorHTC One (M7)
SuccessorHTC One M9
RelatedHTC One Mini 2
TypeTouchscreensmartphone
Form factorSlate
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Mass&#;g (&#;oz)
Operating systemOriginal:Android "KitKat"
Current:Android "Marshmallow"
System on chipQualcommSnapdragon
CPU GHz quad-core (MSMABv3)
GHz quad-core (MSMACv3)[2]
GPUAdreno&#; /&#;MHz
Memory2&#;GB LPDDR3 RAM
Storage16 or 32 GB flash
Removable storagemicroSD up to GB
Battery2,&#;mAh Li-po battery
Data inputs
Display&#;in (&#;mm) Super LCD 3 with RGB matrix
x pixels ( Aspect ratio) ( ppi)
CorningGorilla Glass
Rear cameramegapixel; &#;μm camera with autofocus, UltraPixel BSIimage sensor, dual-LED dual tone flash, F aperture, 28&#;mm lens, continuous shooting, megapixel depth of field sensor.
Front cameramegapixel, &#;μm camera, BSIimage sensor
Connectivity
Websitehttp://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/htc-one-m8/

The HTC One (M8) (also marketed as the all-new HTC One)[3] is an Android or Windowssmartphone manufactured and marketed by HTC. Following a number of leaks that occurred during the months prior, the device was officially unveiled in a press conference on March 25, , and released the same day by Verizon Wireless at retail, and by other Canadian and United States carriers for online orders prior to its wider retail availability in mid-April.

The device retains a similar design to the preceding HTC One (M7), but features a larger, rounded chassis incorporating a 5-inch p display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a depth of field sensor which can be used to individually refocus and apply various effects to the foreground and background elements of photos taken with the device's camera, a higher resolution front camera, improvements to the device's front-facing stereo speakers, expandable storage, new gesture functionality, and a refreshed version of HTC's Sense software. In August , HTC unveiled a software variant of the device running Windows Phone instead of Android, aiming to adapt the operating system's experience to the device "[without] any compromises."[4]

The device received mostly positive reviews, with particular praise devoted to the design improvements within its hardware and software, and its upgraded internals in comparison to the One (M7). However, some reviewers criticized certain aspects of the device, such as its large bezels, the lack of significant improvements to the main camera's image quality, removal of optical image stabilization, and the inconsistent quality of the effects enabled by the depth sensor.

Development[edit]

Although it was once a leading manufacturer of smartphones in terms of market share, HTC has struggled in the wake of other vendors such as Samsung and Apple, due particularly to their wider marketing reach. As was common during the early years of Android, HTC manufactured a large number of exclusive devices customized for several major U.S. carriers, who took on the role of marketing them.[5][6] In , HTC chose to release a single flagship device, the HTC One, across multiple carriers, and handled much of its marketing and promotion. While it was critically acclaimed, the launch of the One (despite being deemed the best in the company's history by the president of its North American division) was hindered by supply chain issues and was ultimately deemed to be commercially unsuccessful. HTC continued to lose market share, and in October , had its first-ever quarterly loss—which is attributed to poor marketing.[7][8] As a result, HTC planned to "leverage the momentum" and critical success of the One to produce an updated version for , expanding upon concepts introduced by the previous model. The company also planned to release a "much broader spectrum of products" in , by placing an increased focus on the mid-range smartphone market with devices such as the Desire [6]

Details about a possible HTC One successor, codenamed "M8", first leaked in November Photos posted by a user of the Chinese forum Baidu Tieba revealed a unibody chassis part that also covered the edges of the device (removing the need for injection molding), and a second hole above the camera on the rear of the device—speculated to be either a fingerprint reader or a second camera.[9] In December , the HTC One Mini was banned from sale in the United Kingdom as the result of a patent infringement lawsuit by Nokia. While the then-current HTC One was also affected by the ruling, its sales ban was stayed by the court pending an appeal, since the judge indicated that banning HTC One sales would have a negative effect on the company as it prepared a new model, which was assumed to have not infringed the patents, for release in either February or March [10][11]

In January , Bloomberg News reported that the device would carry a similar design to the previous model, but with a larger screen of at least 5 inches in size, and that the phone would feature two cameras sensors to provide better focus, depth of field and image quality.[12] In February , a number of leaks occurred. The first, by a Russian website on Twitter, revealed the rear of the device and confirming early reports about its design and dual-camera layout, with a dual-tone flash.[13] Another leak by evleaks revealed an updated version of HTC Sense, retaining the BlinkFeed home screen, and depicting on-screen software buttons.[14] In March , a major leak occurred with the release of a minute-long hands-on video by a YouTube user, detailing the device's HTC Sense software and its inclusion of a microSD card slot.[15]

In February , HTC began to release a series of teaser videos promoting a launch event for the new HTC One on March 25, Each video featured a highly technical explanation of a feature from the original One by an engineer, a simplified explanation by another person, followed by the engineer disclosing censored information about the new model[16][17]

Unveiling and release[edit]

The new device, officially called HTC One (M8) or the new HTC One, was unveiled during a press conference on March 24, , that was held simultaneously in London and New York City. Verizon Wireless began offering the device at selected retail outlets immediately after the event. The device was scheduled for broad retail availability in North America on April 10, and across carriers in over countries through the end of April.[18][19]

It is available in grey, silver, and amber gold color options. In the United States, the gold model will be carried exclusively by the retailer Best Buy.[20]

Specifications[edit]

Design[edit]

The overall design of the HTC One (M8) closely resembles the model, the HTC One (M7), with a unibody aluminum frame and dual front-facing speakers, and a brushed metal backing. Compared to its predecessor, the M8's aluminum casing now makes up 90% of the frame, up from about 70% previously, as its frame incorporates smaller amounts of polycarbonate in electing for a full metal construction with a more curved shape (rather than a plastic bezel).[21] While it is the same thickness as the previous model, it is slightly heavier due to the differences in its construction.[22] Located at the top of the device is the power button with an integrated IR blaster; the power button was moved to the right side, while some antennas are being housed behind a plastic band also located at the top. At the bottom of the device are a micro USB port supporting Qualcomm's QuickCharge technology and a headphone jack. Unlike the One (M7), the M8 uses nano-SIM cards to save internal space, and with the possibility of dual SIM models in mind. The device uses on-screen software buttons consisting of "Back", "Home", and "Recent apps" keys, instead of the pair of physical capacitive buttons used by the previous model. The previous design had been panned by critics for being irregular, and causing a black bar to occur on-screen if an app required the deprecated "Menu" key in violation of Android human interface guidelines.[22][23][24]

Hardware[edit]

The hardware of the device was upgraded in comparison to its predecessor, using a &#;GHz quad-core Snapdragon with 2&#;GB of RAM, and a inch, pSuper LCD 3 touchscreen display with a pixel density of ppi, protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass 3 with a scratch-resistance coating. The device comes with either 16 or 32&#;GB of internal storage, and also includes a MicroSD slot for up to &#;GB of additional storage. The BoomSound stereo speakers were also improved with deeper enclosures, a larger amplifier, and an updated DSP for improved sound quality.[22] It also incorporates a sensor hub for discrete motion tracking.[22][25][26]

Camera[edit]

The main/primary rear-mounted camera retains the "UltraPixel" image sensor (OmniVision OV) composed of pixels that are &#;µm in size. The UltraPixel sensor was updated to provide better color accuracy in lit photographs, and the device now includes a dual-tone flash.

Similar to the competing Galaxy S5, the M8's main rear camera has an image sensor with a wide aspect ratio of Its resolution is × pixels, and it uses an aperture of f/[27]

The devices record p footage at 60 frames per second, which is twice the framerate as the predecessor.[28] However, unlike the competing Galaxy S5, Xperia Z2 and LG G3, the HTC One M8 lacks p 4K video recording (~ Megapixels per video frame) due to the insufficient resolution of the image sensor.[29]

Although the resolution and processing performance would have sufficed for p video, the One M8 lacks it too.

The main camera is accompanied by a second, 2-megapixel depth of field sensor (OmniVision OV) located directly above the main camera as a part of the device's "Duo Camera" system. The sensor analyzes the distance and position of elements within a photo and generates a depth map, which is embedded within each photo. The depth map, along with other information, can then be used to generate 3D parallax effects, to apply filters individually to different parts of the image, such as blurring the background to focus on an object in the foreground, or to copy and paste an object from one photo into another, similar to those available with a Lytro camera. In mid-April, HTC released a software development kit that allows other apps to take advantage of the depth mapping system and stated that the SDK will be used by the camera app on the Google Play edition.[30] HTC CEO Peter Chou said that the work on the Duo Camera took 18 months, in close collaboration with Qualcomm whose Snapdragon ISPs were boosted to handle the device's imaging needs.[31]

While phone's (M7) rear camera had optical image stabilization (OIS), it was not included in the device as developers deemed it to be "incompatible" with the new depth sensor system. It was replaced by "smart stabilization" features enabled by the depth sensor. The operating system's camera interface was also streamlined, with a new menu for switching between photo, video, Zoe, and Pan modes, and a revised settings interface.[22][32][33]

The secondary/front camera for selfies that is using a Samsung S5K5E2[34] image sensor has a higher megapixel count than the primary/rear camera.[35]

Software[edit]

See also: HTC One () §&#;Software

The device ships with a customized version of Android "KitKat", utilizing version of the HTC Sense software suite. It builds upon the design of Sense 5 with a more minimal design, color themes, and optimizations for larger screens and Android 's transparency features. A new system called "Motion Launch" was added that allows users to turn on the display by double-tapping it while picking up the device, and allows unlocking directly to BlinkFeed, the home screen, or voice dialing mode by tapping the screen and dragging in specific directions. Pressing the volume button while holding the phone horizontally will launch the camera app.[22][36] An "extreme power saving mode" was also added, which caps CPU usage and disables non-essential applications, services, and sensors to conserve battery life when running low; the mode only allows access to the phone, messaging, e-mail, calendar, and calculator apps, and disables multitasking.[25]

BlinkFeed was updated with a revised design, which only now displays the weather clock if it's set as the default home screen, and will also now allow third-party developers to add content sources through an SDK; Fitbit (whose app, also pre-loaded on the device, can integrate with its sensor hub as a pedometer) and Foursquare were announced as the launch partners for the SDK.[26] The HTC Share functionality has been replaced by a dedicated Zoe app, which allows users to collaborate on highlight reels. The TV app was updated to include live sports statistics and "Fan Talk", which allows users to track and join conversations relating to TV programs on Twitter.[36]

HTC has committed to providing firmware updates for at least two years following its release. The BlinkFeed, Gallery, TV, and Zoe apps, along with a "HTC Service Pack", are packaged as apps on Google Play Store, allowing them to be updated independently from the firmware itself.[22][37] An update to Android was released in July In October , an update to was released, adding a suite of enhanced camera features branded as "HTC Eye Experience"; this includes "Split Capture", "Photo Booth", and "Auto Selfie" modes, voice shutter, face tracking while recording video, and the "Live Makeup" filter.[38][39] An update to Android "Lollipop" was first released for unlocked models in January [40][41][42] The Android 5 update introduces the issues of freezing, forced reboots, decrease in frame rates and lag when using the smartphone for heavy gaming.[43][44] AT&T's HTC One M8 model received the Android Lollipop OTA update in April [45] Unlocked models were upgraded to Android "Marshmallow" in December [46]

Accessories[edit]

HTC unveiled a "Dot View Case" for the device during its press conference. The cover of this flip case contains a grid of holes, allowing a clock, weather forecast, and notifications of messages and calls on the screen below it to be displayed through the holes in a style resembling a dot matrix display.[47]

Variants[edit]

Google Play edition[edit]

A Google Play edition (GPE) of the device was also released. While it otherwise runs stock Android without HTC Sense, it still contains HTC software to support certain features, such as an "HTC Photo Edit" app for use with the Duo Camera, and Motion Launch, and selected HTC Sense apps can be downloaded through Google Play.[22][48][49] Google discontinued its GPE devices in January when the Google Play Edition M8, the last remaining GPE device available on its online store, was removed from sale.[50]

Harman Kardon Edition[edit]

HTC released a special Harman Kardon Edition model of the smartphone featuring an upgraded Harman Kardon audio system, a dark grey finish with gold accents, and a pair of Harman Kardon AE-S earbuds on April 29, , exclusively via Sprint in the United States. Aside from these changes, it is otherwise identical to the base model.[51]

One (M8) Dual SIM[edit]

On July 2, , HTC Germany announced a Dual SIM variant via a press release.[52] The phone was made available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in calendar week 28 of that year for a price of € (CHF) which at that time was slightly higher than the MSRP of € for the single SIM version but some € higher than typical retail prices which had already begun to drop for the regular model. Other selected markets followed. In Germany the release was limited with only METRO-owned electronics store chains Media Markt and Saturn carrying the phone in small quantities. The only color option is "Gunmetal Grey". The hardware is mostly identical to the regular model without the option to double the 16GB of on-device storage as is the case with the single SIM variant. Also, the radio supports less LTE-bands, most notably omitting band 20 which reduces LTE-usability in countries like Germany where providers prefer the &#;MHz frequency outside of downtown areas. Both SIM-slots are of nano-size and the device retains the additional microSD-slot. The software is also mostly identical with the addition of the Dual-SIM settings and related modifications in dialer and messaging apps. While being delivered with Android KitKat the device received an over-the-air-update to Lollipop () in May , a considerable amount of time later than other variants.

One (M8) for Windows[edit]

On August 18, , HTC and Verizon Wireless announced a new variant of the device known as the HTC One (M8) for Windows, which runs Windows Phone Update 1 instead of Android, marking HTC's first Windows Phone device since 's HTC Windows Phone 8XT. Its hardware is nearly identical to the Android version, aside from minor differences such as colors (it is only available in dark grey) and branding. The device ships with several HTC-developed apps to provide Sense features on top of Windows Phone, such as ports of BlinkFeed, Sense TV, and Video Highlights, an HTC Camera app for using the Duo Camera and its depth mapping effects, and support for the Dot View Case and double-tapping the screen to wake it up.[53][54]

The development of the device for Windows was enabled by changes to the Windows Phone platform by Microsoft to allow for more flexibility and variance in hardware designs, such as support for on-screen buttons. These changes made it theoretically possible for OEMs to re-use hardware designs from Android devices for use as part of a Windows Phone device. HTC Americas president Jason Mackenzie argued that with the device for Windows, HTC was the first smartphone maker to "[launch] an iconic device on multiple operating systems without making any compromises."[4]

The device is compatible with the Windows 10 MobileInsider Preview[55] but not with the final public release version of the OS.[56]

One (M8) Eye[edit]

HTC unveiled the One (M8) Eye in October It is otherwise identical to the standard model, except the infrared and NFC connectivity is removed, and the rear UltraPixel camera is replaced by a 13 megapixel camera. The Eye was only released in China and India.[57][58]

Reception[edit]

The Android version of the HTC One (M8) received mostly positive reviews from critics. The industrial design of the device was considered to be more "premium" looking than the previous model due to the increase in metal and less plastic, and more comfortable to hold due to its more curved shape. David Pierce of The Verge described the design as "[a] wonderfully rare mix between the beauty of the old One and the unabashed utility of a phone like the Galaxy S4. It’s made to be looked at, to be ogled and admired, but it’s also made to be used." TechRadar suggested that the HTC One (M8)'s design aged well against upcoming metal smartphones, being sufficient to "survive the onslaught of the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy S6". However, some reviewers felt that its more rounded and polished chassis made the device feel more slippery to hold, and the curved edges made it harder to grip.[22][59][35] Some reviewers panned the increased height of the device and thick bezels compared to the preceding HTC One (M7) and other competing smartphones;[21] in particular Ars Technica criticized HTC for not using its shift towards software buttons to reduce the size of the device's bezel, noting that they did not remove the black strip below the screen where the previous, physical buttons were.[37]

Similarly to the previous model, the device's rear-facing camera received mixed reviews. While it received praise for its low-light capabilities, faster autofocus, along with the updates to HTC's camera software, the camera was criticized for not showing any notable improvements in image quality over the previous model, producing soft-looking images that only looked acceptable at small sizes due to aggressive noise-reduction and inadequate software processing. In addition, the device's rear camera lacked optical image stabilization (OIS) which had been found in the proceeding M7. However, Engadget praised HTC's focus on "selfies" with its 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and The Verge quipped that even its "ultimate selfie machine" took better photos than the rear-facing camera in many situations. The Duo Camera functionality received similarly mixed reaction; while critics felt that the effects could be considered fun and useful by end-users, the effects themselves (particularly the refocus effect) were panned for not having any positive effect on overall image quality, and for having inconsistent quality themselves.[22][25][35][60]Ars Technica specifically considered the Duo Camera to be "poorly executed gimmicks", noting that the effect could be replicated in software and that HTC should have instead focused on improving the hardware of the rear camera.[37]Anand Lal Shimpi of AnandTech praised the look and feel of the device, Sense , and the better power efficiency with the Snapdragon Anand also praised the camera app and UI, as well as the effects processing such as the zoom and blur features, stating that the device was "an extremely versatile shooter," but noted deficiencies, such as the inadequate image quality and lack of image stabilization. Ultimately, he stated that the new HTC One "is an upgrade in so many areas, but lacked a substantial step forward in primary camera quality."[25]

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