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HTC One M8, Gunmetal Grey 32GB (AT&T)

4.1 out of 5 stars 872 customer reviews
AT&T
Grey
32 GB
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  • Display: 5.0-inches
  • Camera: HTC UltraPixel
  • Processor Speed: 2.3 GHz
  • OS: Android 4.4.2 (KitKat)
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Technical Details

Service Provider: AT&T | Color: Grey | Size: 32 GB
  • Size (LWH): 2.78 inches, 0.37 inches, 5.76 inches
  • Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Network Compatibility: LTE
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Product Description

Service Provider: AT&T | Color: Grey | Size: 32 GB

• WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Product Details

Service Provider: AT&T | Color: Grey | Size: 32 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 0.4 x 5.8 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00IZ1VNZ2
  • Item model number: One (M8)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 872 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,112 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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By Johnny_Amazon® TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 26, 2014
Size: 32 GBService Provider: verizonColor: Grey
I love HTC phones and I have both last year's One(m7) and this year's(m8). I am NOT affiliated with HTC or compensated by them in any way. I just feel that competition and the underdog companies are crucial and essential for a healthy free market economy, and ultimately, us consumers. I have had the iPhones 4 through 5s, Samsung Galaxy S3/S4 and Note 2/3, and several Nokia(n95-97, n84/85 and several lesser phones) and Sony/Sony-Ericsson(Xperia) phones over the years, and I have loved most of them. For a healthy and positive technological evolution, we NEED the small or struggling companies like HTC to succeed. If Apple and Samsung become duopolies, that will be a dark future indeed. Pick up an HTC One(M7 or M8) and any Samsung Galaxy phones and compare the quality and craftsmanship, and tell me why it's Samsung and not HTC that have more successful phones. It's all about the MONEY and marketing, the bigger guy trying to squeeze out the smaller guy, and that's NOT how a healthy free market economy should be.

Now that that is out of the way, let us get down to the nitty gritty. This is my direct comparisons to the iPhone 5s, Samsung Galaxy S4/S5 and Note 3, but mainly to the last HTC One(M7)(and yes, I am mainly updating keypoints from the m7 review):

The Good:

1) THE SCREEN: If there was such a better screen on a phone, I have not yet seen it. The iPhone 5s is lauded for its excellent screen, but at its current resolution, it trails behind the One's screen by far. Everything just POPS out at you. Even in direct sunlight, everything is CLEAR and BRIGHT. I really loved the 2013 HTC One's(M7) screen, but once again HTC has outdone itself and given us a true masterpiece in 5.0" 1080p(440ppi) form.
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Size: 32 GBService Provider: AT&TColor: Grey
I want to preface this review by saying I owned the original AT&T HTC One (m7), and had I not dropped it and ruined it I would still be using it to this day. It was my favorite phone I've ever owned and it wasn't even close. I decided to wait for the release of the HTC One m8 and see how it stacked up against it's elder sibling, and for the most part it's an iterative update to the m7. That's not an insult, mind you, considering how well crafted the m7 was. The m8 is an outstanding device, and I would highly recommend it to anyone in the market for a new phone. Here's a breakdown of my thoughts on the phone:

--DESIGN--
Overall, this is probably the one of (if not THE) best built phones on the market. It just feels premium, and the brushed metal finish looks incredibly sleek. The metal finish is slightly slippery, but gives the phone a perfect fit in your hands. HTC decided to increase the phone size from 4.7 inches to a full 5 inches, and the difference is noticeable in both good and bad ways. The good obviously being the extra space for the gorgeous 1080p screen, the bad being just a tad too long, IMO. I thought 4.7 inches was just about a perfect fit, especially considering the power button is stationed at the top, making it difficult to reach the top when held with one hand. The edges are a little more rounded than the boxier edges of the m7, and the weight is about on par (technically slightly heavier but not noticeable). 9/10

--SCREEN--
Uses the same 1080p screen as its predecessor, which was at or near the top of its class. Still beautiful to look at, has amazing viewing angles, and is very bright. Is no better and no worse than other top smartphones, however, as QHD mobile phones are just around the corner.
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Size: 32 GBService Provider: AT&TColor: Grey
I told myself repeatedly that I didn't need to get this phone, but after seeing it in person I had to upgrade to it via AT&T Next. I brought it home from the AT&T Store a few days ago and took a good look at it compared to my M7. There's several key differences between the two.

- The M8 is larger than the M7. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. It really is larger. It's almost unwieldy huge. My hands are reasonably large, so I have no problem with the size. However, when I did go back to my M7 for brief periods of time, I felt the screen size was very nice.
- The power button is still on top. That's where I prefer it, honestly. I never liked how the Galaxy phones put it on the left side so only right-handed people will be able to hit it easily. However, the power button on the M8 is on top to the right side instead of the left. It took me some time to get used to this because the power button is on top to the left side on the M7.
- Looking for the headphone jack? It used to be on top on the M7, but they moved it to the bottom next to the micro USB slot on the M8. I'm rather indifferent to this change, honestly. As long as the headphone jack still works then I'm fine with it.
- The M8 has on-screen buttons this time instead of the hardware capacitive buttons from the M7. I really like this change because if there was anything I really disliked about the M7, it was how the only two buttons were back and home. After using other devices like the Nexus 7, it made more sense to have the three buttons at the bottom in some form. The M8 has them on screen like many modern Android phones.
- There's a micro SD slot. Hallelujah!
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