A new variant of its popular One M8 smartphone, the HTC One M8 for Windows is announced HTC on August 19, 2014. Users can find same hardware features and specifications that already we have seen in the Android model that released earlier this year. The only change you can have is Windows Phone 8.1 instead of Android 4.4 and HTC’s Sense user interface.
Users can get this device from Verizon Wireless’ online store for $99.99 along with two-year contract and also get it from stores as well. HTC One M8 for Windows is an excellent and high-end Windows Phone other than Nokia as it releases the Windows Phone 8X back in the fall of 2012.
According to HTC, huge number of customers is demanding for well-regarded M8 hardware with Windows Phone and this device is the response of those requests. This device has same Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 32GB of storage and 2GB of RAM as its Android counterpart.
HTC One M8 has 1080p resolution and also has functional front-facing BoomSound speakers. One can find rear camera with same 4-megapixel Ultrapixel camera with HTC’s Duo Camera depth-sensing tech, while the front front-facing camera is 5-megapixel unit.
The only difference is this device comes with gunmetal gray color while Android variant can have different types of colors. Device also has a new Windows Phone logo on the back. The latest version of Windows Phone 8.1 has Microsoft-approved M8 that support for more Start screen layout options, folders, a notification tray, and Microsoft’s virtual personal assistant Cortana.
One of the best things about this latest launch is users can have number of different applications to access as HTC hasn’t modified the user interface in the same way that it does with its Android devices. Its double-tap-to-wake feature works same as it does on the Android model. Users can also find support for wake up and sleep with HTC’s Dot View case.
The HTC Camera app supports the Duo Camera that allows users to refocus images or create 3D perspectives. It has same UI to camera application on HTC’s Android devices. A new BlinkFeed app for Windows Phone is also created by HTC that mimics the experience found on its Android phones.
In addition, one can also have a new Sense TV app that gives you advantage of the M8’s infrared port for controlling your home entertainment system. Concluding, the latest M8 device is excellent to use and those people, who are thinking to purchase it, can go for it.
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