What year is the HTC One M8?

HTC One (M8) mobile was launched in March 2014.

Is HTC M8 4G?

HTC One M8 gets 4G LTE support with Android 4.4.

Is HTC One M8 Android?

The HTC One (M8) (also marketed as the all-new HTC One) is an Android or Windows smartphone manufactured and marketed by HTC.

What size SIM card does the HTC One M8 use?


SIM card type Information about the type and size (form factor) of the SIM card used in the device. Nano-SIM (4FF – fourth form factor, since 2012, 12.30 x 8.80 x 0.67 mm)
Number of SIM cards Information about the number of SIM cards, supported by the device. 1

Why did HTC fail?

In 2012, HTC’s CEO said the company won’t be making budget phones to preserve its image as a high-quality brand, opting out of high sales numbers. In reality, it probably wouldn’t have achieved high sales even if it tried, as Chinese manufacturers were already taking over the segment.

Is HTC still making phones?

HTC will make a return to ‘high-end’ Android phones in April, focused on the Metaverse. After years of stagnation in the Android market, it seems HTC is ready for a comeback. According to a new report, HTC will announce a “high-end” Android smartphone next month, with a focus on the Metaverse.

Is HTC One M8 32 or 64 bit?

The current HTC flagship, the One M8 (available in both Android and Windows Phone flavors) packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, a 32-bit chip with a measly four cores clocked at 2.3Ghz.

Is HTC better than Samsung?

HTC, by comparison, is closer to Android, only changing a few things. Samsung gives you more out of the box, but HTC is cleaner and simpler, without the same number of added apps or a second app store to think about. But Samsung’s software is also very mature and slick and loaded with useful options.

Is HTC a good phone?

While it’s not what we expected from HTC in 2020, the HTC U20 is still one of the best HTC phones you can find. It’s no powerhouse, but the device offered some pretty good specs for the price.

Where is the SIM card on HTC One m8?

Insert the tip of the tray eject tool (or a small bent paperclip) into the hole next to the nano SIM card tray located on the left top of the side of the phone with the display facing up. Push the tip all the way into the hole until the nano SIM card tray ejects. Pull the nano SIM card tray out.