Ever since Microsoft took over the Finnish Mobile Giant, Nokia, users have been accustomed to seeing Windows phone under the tag of Nokia. However, few other makers, technically the rivals of Nokia, have stood up and expressed interest in Windows supported version of the device. One of the biggest names in the industry, HTC, popular for its interesting designs and superior build quality, has just released a Windows Live Tiles version of the existing smart phone, HTC One M8. To know more about the latest smartphone from HTC, you can contact us through our Windows Support Number.
The HTC One M8 is arguably one of the most popular smartphones in terms of design. The Windows variant will feature the same Unibody hardware, which features superior quality aluminum as well as Gorilla Glass 3 display. The 5 Mega-Pixel camera as well as front-facing superior quality speakers are the same as released in the Android counter-part. Although this phone may lack touch-buttons along the bottom bezel unlike most other phones, the Windows operating system allows good navigation by adding Home, Back and Search key on the bottom of the screen.
Purely on aesthetic and design grounds, the M8 for Windows is one of the most beautiful Windows phone to be released as of date. The horizontal strip visible when the phone is turned over displays the antenna, whose exterior presence is necessary considering the full-Aluminum case of the Mobile phone. At a screen resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 resolution with 441 ppi (pixels per inch) density, this phone boasts one of the best displays till date to feature Windows Live Tiles.
Apart from the HTC logo in the middle of the screen and “Windows Phone” along with the Windows logo right beneath it, one of the most interesting features that will catch your eye is TWO cameras in the backside. The additional camera allows the user to create some really interesting visual effects while taking the photo itself, as well as creates 3D photos, because of the gap between the two cameras. Moreover, the camera shows promising results without compromising on other aspects, unlike the 41 mega-pixel camera capable of phone calling that Nokia once released.
Although it remains to be seen how this phone will fare in the market, the very fact that HTC has taken pains to redesign the software to meet the existing hardware instead, itself has raised the interest of users as well as rival brands. To know more about the device, contact us on our Windows Support Number.
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