The Taiwan tech giant HTC has revealed their latest generation of their HTC One smartphones, the HTC One M8. It has an all metal unibody makeup with features such as 2GB RAM, 32GB expandable storage through microSD slot, 23GHz quad core processor, and the Android 4.4 KitKat among many others.
It boasts its updated camera, gesture control and even its battery. Its pixels are doubled this time around and allow you to shoot even in conditions with low amount of light. Its battery is made to last 40% longer and its standby mode can even let you have your smartphone last for up to 14 days. And with its new gesture controls, it can help you have better shortcuts especially on turning on the screen or answering your calls.
Check it out via the HTC site ($200).