I loved the HTC One M7. Last year, it really did feel like a new breed of Android phone – bringing premium materials, a modernized interface, an innovative (if controversial) camera, and those trademark Boomsound speakers. The One M7 felt fresh in almost every way – it felt vital, it felt relevant.
The One M8 seeks to tame some of the raw newness – to build on it, soften up the edges, and modernize it.
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