HTC unveiled its One M8 at a press event last month and here we are to tell you that if you are thinking of signing a two-year contract with Sprint or Verizon in order to become the owner of this HTC device, then you may want to get it through Amazon. To be more precise, Sprint and Verizon Wireless are offering it for no more than $150 with a two-year contract on Amazon, while AT&T has listed the HTC One M8 at $200 on a two-year agreement.
For those of you who don’t know…
The HTC One M8 smartphone comes with a 5-inch screen that has a maximum 1920×1080 resolution and runs Android 4.4.2 (KitKat). Its power is provided by a Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor coupled with 2GB of RAM, while its 16/32GB internal storage capacity is microSD expandable by up to 128GB.
As for its cameras, this HTC One M8 is basically equipped with the same 4.1 UltraPixel sensor as was found on the original One model, but this time it also has a dedicated depth sensor to create what the company’s calling a Duo camera. And this Duo camera is simply amazing, as long as the dual-LED flash can ideally work to produce natural skin tones and offer more natural colors, or you can take a picture, select the UFocus option and tap a point on-screen in order to become the focus point, with everything around surrounded in a blurring effect.
And while the older HTC One model had a 2300mAh battery, the new One M8 one comes with a 2600mAh battery which can get you through the day Extreme Power Saving mode.
Why Sprint or Verizon HTC One M8 Deals through Amazon?
Verizon and Sprint versions of the One M8 are indeed much affordable on Amazon than the AT&T one, but we actually have an explanation for that.
So, we are talking about an additional cost, but AT&T customers have the chances to get their hands on the HTC One M8 from today, while the Verizon and Sprint versions will become available a little later, on April 14. And don’t forget that even T-Mobile was rumored to start selling this HTC One M8 from today as well, so if this is the carrier that you really have in mind, here we have more details for you.
Anyway, it’s a matter of a few days difference, so it’s all up to you to decide if you want to wait or not to become HTC’s One M8 owner. Let us know what your final decision is!