HTC One (E8) review in pictures

“The HTC One (E8) is more than just the affordable sibling of the M8”

Want HTC’s metal-clad One M8 (review), but don’t want to shell out half-a-lakh rupees? Or, did you like M8, but want better imaging quality instead of its gimmicky duo camera effects? Well, if the answers to those questions is yes, then the Taiwanese brand has cooked up an offering just for you. Named as the One (E8), the smartphone can be considered as a carbon (or rather plastic) copy of the M8, since it sports a polycarbonate body, but with all bells and whistles of the M8 in terms of hardware. Not only is the E8 is more affordable than the M8, it also has a few advantages of its own, especially when it comes to the camera performance. We have already brought you our first impressions of the smartphone as well as common queries about it. We’ll soon be diving into the day-to-day usage of the HTC One (E8) in our review, but until then, here’s a snapshot of what the device offers.

One of the earliest members of the 91mobiles' editorial team, Nitansh is a walking encyclopaedia of product specs. Name a phone and he’ll tell you the specifics on screen resolution, processor and camera without blinking an eyelid. Ask him if he remembers the launch date of a noteworthy phone, and he'll tell you the dates when the device first leaked, its global unveil, its Indian launch, and when it got a significant update. He’s a lover of all things Android, and loves writing reviews and scouting for new apps. A Wordpress whiz, he’s always ready to help out a fellow writer. While he juggles between many things at 91mobiles, he always manages to find time to write. In his non-tech avatar, Nitansh is a philatelist, which is a fancy word for stamp-collector.
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