One M9 and One (M8) look so much alike – even HTC got confused

The new HTC One M9 sports a new 20-megapixel camera and a slip-resistant casing. Despite these subtle design changes, it still looks a lot like its predecessor the HTC One (M8). The smartphones look so much alike that even the Taiwanese phone maker got confused. The image you see above was posted by HTC USA […]

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 HTC One (M8) for Windows’ battery life last almost twice as much as Android version

The HTC One (M8) for Windows and its Android version sport the same hardware. However, the Windows Phone 8.1-powered version’s battery life lasts longer that the original variant, WMPowerUser has revealed. Both variants sport a 2600mAh battery, but the Windows Phone version’s usage time and standby time lasts as much as 21 hours and 15.5 […]

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 HTC lifts the lid on HTC One (M8) for Windows

HTC has lifted the lid on the HTC One (M8) for Windows, a variant of the HTC One (M8) that runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 instead of Android. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ti4aKMgnh4&w=680&h=383] Press release: HTC offers Windows platform on flagship device, blends premium hardware with unique software experience BELLEVUE, WA – August 19, 2014 –HTC, a global leader […]

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 HTC One (M8) for Windows Phone store displays surface

A WP Central reader has sent the site an image of an HTC One (M8) US netowrk operator Verizon store display. This is an indication that the Windows Phone variant of the Android-powered HTC One (M8) will soon be offered by the US carrier. The HTC One (M8) for Windows Phone has also been certified by […]

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 HTC One for Windows Phone momentarily shown on US Verizon website

Lately, we’ve been hearing a lot about the HTC One for Windows Phone, a Windows Phone 8.1-powered variant of the Android-powered HTC One (M8), as the device has been given European GCF certification. Now the device was momentarily shown on US network operator Verizon’s website. The images have now been removed, but luckily PCMag and […]

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 HTC One (M8) powered by Windows Phone gets European GSM certification

We’ve been hearing a lot about the HTC6995LVW, which is believed to be a version of the HTC One (M8) that runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1. Unfortunately, earlier reports suggested that the smartphone would only be available in the US from network operator Verizon. However, a new spotting has revealed that the “HTC One for […]

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 HTC sends invites to August 19 event – is this the unveiling of the One (M8) Windows Phone?

Lately, we’ve been hearing a lot about HTC planning to unveil a Windows Phone 8.1-powered variant of its current flagship the HTC One (M8). In fact, the said device has already been certified by Wi-Fi.org. Now, the Taiwanese phone maker has sent invites for an event that kicks off on the 19th of August in […]

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 Did a Windows Phone 8.1-powered HTC One (M8) get Wi-Fi certification more than a month ago?

Yesterday, we heard news claiming a Windows Phone 8.1-powered HTC One (M8) would be coming in August, with AdDuplex founder Alex Mendelevich saying on Twitter that an HTC-made device with model number HTC6995LVW will be the said device. It turns out that the device has already been certified by Wi-Fi.org more than a month ago. Of course, since […]

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 HTC officially announces red and pink One (M8) colour options to be launched in the UK

We know that there are red and pink colour options of the HTC One (M8), but when will the two colour options arrive in the UK? Now we know the two variants of the Taiwanese phone maker’s current flagship will be coming to the UK. The red colour options will be an O2 exclusive and […]

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 HTC One (M8) reportedly suffering from ‘fading sales’

According to a report from CNET, citing Canaccord Genuity analyst Michael Walkley, the HTC One (M8) is suffering from “fading sales.” This isn’t good news at all, since the Taiwanese firm is desperately trying to get back in the game after losing market share after market share to its rivals. CNET reports, “HTC’s newest flagship […]

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