Friday, March 28, 2014

HTC One (M8)

Pocket Lint has published a review of HTC's latest flagship smartphone.

Verdict snippets follow:

"It's difficult to criticise the quality of the solid build, which eclipses many other devices. It sticks very much to the concept behind the 2013 model, so if you own the older device, then you'll love how the One has evolved in 2014."

"The new phone is a large device... but it feels slightly easier to manage than the likes of the Sony Xperia Z2 thanks to the curve of the back that sits so nicely in the hand. The gesture controls make it easy to access too, as you don't have to stretch for the access button."

"It's also hugely powerful and a pleasure to use. It can fly though intensive tasks and the addition of the microSD card slot is a real benefit too."

"Sense 6.0 moves HTC's Android skin on a step, continuing to refine the user experience, trim away unnecessary excesses and support you with native functionality that actually matters. There's still some bloat, but sections such as Gallery are enhanced."

"The HTC One (M8) is a wonderful reinvention of the 2013 handset. There's innovation, refinement and new features that make it a shining example of a flagship device."

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