HTC One M8S

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HTC One M8S
79

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Based on 10 expert reviews
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    2
  • Good:
    6
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    2
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    0
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By 3G UK on 80

The HTC One M8s is a confusingly positioned phone, but with plenty of style and a good screen it's sure to find an...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

HTC sure knows how to confuse us, and with the One M8s we are positively stumped.On the one hand, you have the One M9, a metal thing of beauty that packs all of HTC's smarts and tech features into one glorious looking package with absolute disastrous...

By TechRadar on 70

At first glance, the HTC One M8s looks like a phone twice the price, with a vibrant screen and good hardware. However, the more you use it, the more you realise the only thing premium about it is its shiny...

By Wired UK on 80

The HTC One M8s delivers some welcome improvements, including a better camera, upgraded processor and a bigger battery. Most of the changes offer only limited improvements but the reduced price make it the one to go for if you can't afford an M9. It...

By whistleout.com.au on 90

The One M8s is a fantastic device for the asking price. It's very slightly slower than the original One M8 when dealing with heavier-duty apps, but day to day performance is almost identical. Battery life is about a day, which is neither impressive...

By MobilePhones on 90

The build quality of the HTC One M8s is almost identical to that of its predecessor which means prospective consumers will enjoy the premium feel of a smartphone crafted from a single aluminium block. All three colour options (Gunmetal Grey, Glacial...

By PC Advisor on

The HTC One M8 was HTC's flagship of 2014, and it was a popular one at that. Its premium design combined with impressive specs caught our attention, but it's since been replaced by a new, even better smartphone from HTC – the HTC One M9 . See also: Best...

By SiliconRepublic on

Hot on the heels of the HTC One M9 flagship smartphone, HTC has followed this up with the HTC One M8s device that sits in between the M9 and its predecessor the M8.The device is practically identical to the M8 with the same chassis and 5-inch screen, but...

International Review By tuttoandroid.net on 68

HTC One M8s è nell'intenzione della casa taiwanese, un One M8 “economico” tuttavia a livello di street price il suo predecessore ha ormai lo stesso prezzo – se non inferiore. Alla luce di ciò non è possibile consigliare la scelta di questa versione...

International Review By hdblog.it on 76

Come detto in apertura, il senso di HTC One M8s, nelle intenzioni del produttore taiwanese, si trova nella volontà di arricchire il segmento medio del catalogo nella fascia che separa la linea Desire dalla gamma One (complice anche il fatto che nel...

International Review By TecnoZoom on 80

In conclusione, l' HTC One M8S si presenta come una versione leggermente ridotta del modello superiore, HTC One M8, del quale conserva in effetti molte caratteristiche. Da notare il display di altissima qualità il processore octa-core, il supporto...

International Review By AndroidWorld on 75

HTC One M8s è una leggera modifica a One (M8) ad un prezzo comunque troppo alto al lancio. La fotocamera guadagna in risoluzione ma perde in qualità. Anche lo schermo non convince. Da scegliere rispetto ad un One (M8) solo se si vuole più...

International Review By Mobile-Reviews on

Das HTC One Ms macht eigentlich alles richtig, kommt aber in meinen Augen Monate zu spät auf den Markt. Mit einem Preis von etwa 420 Euro ist es sogar 10 Euro günstiger als das One M, aber eben immer noch recht hochpreisig. Die neue Kamera macht...

International Review By tecnoandroid.it on

Sono ancora perplessa ed alla ricerca di un ruolo e di una classificazione per questo telefono nella famiglia degli HTC ONE M. Non può certo considerarsi un major upgrade di ONE M8. Cambia solo il processore che da quad-core diventa octa-core ma, senza...