Unless you live in a cave, there's a good chance you've heard about the latest flagship device from HTC. It goes by many names at this point, HTC One, the all new HTC One, M8, HTC One 2014. In any case, after several months of the device leaking onto the internet in every way possible, it's now official and Mobile Nations' own Phil Nickinson, Android Central's editor in chief, has given it a full run through.
HTC has been noticeably excited about the HTC One for some time now, and rightfully so. It's a hell of a smartphone. It's an imperfect one, sure. The camera still trades resolution for features, but the features tend to be pretty compelling, and it's not like you aren't able to take some beautiful shots. That's probably our single complaint about the new HTC One.
The specs on the new HTC One have it running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB or 32GB internal storage with micro SD support up to 128GB and of course, it's running Android 4.4.2 KitKat with a 1920x1080 441ppi Gorilla Glass 3 display and LTE.
I currently own a 2013 HTC One and to me it's one of the best Android devices available so it's a given I'll be grabbing a new one as my secondary device. But what about you folks? Does the new HTC One change your thoughts on Android in any way or is it 'just another Android device'?
We know BlackBerry isn't standing still but let us know what you think of the new HTC One and be sure to check the full review on Android Central. The review format is sexy, we totally need some new BlackBerry devices so we can use it as well.
Read the full HTC One review (M8) at Android Central