HTC One M8 review

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HTC is back with the HTC One M8, its new flagship smartphone for 2014. Here's our in-depth, full review of the new HTC One M8.

A larger screen means that the phone is both taller and wider than its predecessor predominantly taller but it doesn't feel too large in the hand. It's also a few grams heavier at 160g compared to 143g. HTC puts design first and you can certainly tell that with the 
HTC One M8 in your hand. It feels like a premium smartphone which is something Samsung has failed to achieve, in our opinion, with the Galaxy S5. The new HTC One M8 is ergonomic, but also sturdy.

With Sense 6.0 the camera app has had a redesign and we like the stylish and minimalist approach. It's easy to use but there are plenty of settings to play with if you're feeling adventurous. They're easy to find if you're looking for them. 
HTC One M8 splits the camera app into different modes with the front camera even labelled as 'selfie'.

The back of the HTC One M8 is home to two camera lenses. HTC calls this the Duo Camera and it's one of the main new features of the smartphone. You might think they are for taking 3D photos, like the old LG Optimus 3D but that's not the case.

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