The HTC One (M8) has landed, bringing with it the company's Sense 6 and BoomSound software and a Smart Sensor Hub that "anticipates your needs", according to the Taiwanese manufacturer.
Looking pretty similar to the firm's old flagship – the HTC One – it claims to tote an innovative new design, thanks to its durable, high-quality metal unibody. The device brings a five-inch full-HD display and looks slightly more curved than its predecessor.
HTC's One (M8) sports a 2.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and runs Google's latest Android 4.4, KitKat. It also brings Motion Launch controls, which allow you to automatically answer the phone by putting it your ear – among other things.
New Duo Camera technology gives users a Duo Camera, featuring HTC's UltraPixel tech, a dual flash and full 1080p HD video recording. The five-megapixel shooter on the front should also be adequate to keep the selfie trend going.
The HTC One (M8) is available now and comes in three colours; metal grey, amber gold and arctic silver, but it will probably cost you the best part of £600 so HTC fans should probably get trading in their old phones.
Posted by Simon Thomas