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HTC One M8 review: Latest model does One better

At a Glance

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  • htcone HTC One (M8)
    $650.00

    The One is HTC's second attempt at entering the ring and it's just as impressive as its predecessor: it's beautiful, battery efficient, fueled by all the latest hardware, and that UltraPixel camera still...

At a Glance

The One is HTC's second attempt at entering the ring and it's just as impressive as its predecessor: it's beautiful, battery efficient, fueled by all the latest hardware, and that UltraPixel camera still excels in areas that other camera phones have fallen short. And guys, we really, really like it.

Price when rated: $600 or $200 on contract

Pros

  • Sense 6 is refined, devoid of bloatware
  • Extremely battery efficient while you're using it and while it's in standby

Cons

  • UltraPixel camera takes great low-light and outdoor shots, but don't forget your point-and-shoot
  • Just a tad bit bigger, heavier than some other smartphones out on the market
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