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HTC One M8 prices in Singapore

Double everything. That's pretty much what the HTC One M8 is. Immediately on the front you will notice HTC's incredible and iconic front-facing BoomSound stereo speaker which draws you in with its rich tones of clear highs and the right amount of bass; turn the phone around and you'll see the proprietary Duo Camera setup, featuring two camera lenses on a single smartphone – all of this in a beautiful metal body that still makes people stop and stare. Read more below!

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HTC One M8 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 1,689,000
Malaysia MYR 699
Philippines PHP 12,185
Singapore SGD 1,127
Thailand THB 15,900
Vietnam VND 2,200,000

Craftsmanship at its Best

Picking up the HTC One M8 that's available at iprice Singapore gives a sense of solidity and class that's unlike any other smartphone. The HTC One M8 feels exquisite in the palm, it's brushed metal curved rear fits perfectly in the curve of our palm. The all metal unibody wraps around the smartphone, allowing for a metal feel not only in our palms, but also along our fingers.

The HTC One M8 is also unbelievably slim at only 9.35 mm in thickness (or thinness). This is achieved by the proper stacking of internal hardware components, allowing HTC to provide a slim smartphone without compromising on any high performance hardware. It's just premium from the top to the bottom.

Double The Boom

Like many other HTC smartphones, the HTC One M8 features HTC's very own signature front facing BoomSound stereo speakers. The speakers each have its own built-in amplifiers to help it bring out the roar of these great stereo speakers. The BoomSound speakers delivery front facing stereo audio that's unlike any other smartphone speaker, great clarity comes through with rich bass, delivering all of your music and movies with the richness of quality audio.

Double The Lenses

Like the inclusion of the unique front facing BoomSound stereo speakers, the HTC One M8 comes with the Duo Camera system. On the rear of the beautiful HTC One M8 sits two camera lenses, one is a 4.1

Ultrapixel camera that uses larger pixels to capture up to 300% more light than a standard pixel; and the other is a lens that captures depth-of-field information.

The information captured by the other lens is used to help the camera focus faster and better, and also to create Duo Camera effects post-capturing, such as the blurring of the background and also weather effects. You can also refocus your photographs with the HTC One M8 to either correct the photo or to add a certain effect to it.

Expandable Storage

The HTC One M8 comes with a built-in 32GB of internal storage. It may be enough for most users out there for a decent amount of applications and media, but heavier users may want more space. Fortunately there is a microSD card slot on the HTC One M8 that users are able to use to expand storage of up to an extra 128GB, thereby expanding the smartphone's storage. Get your new HTC One M8 from iprice Singapore now!

HTC One M8 Expert Reviews

3g.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
Stylish design, Good screen, Solid performanceAverage camera, Arguably overpriced, Can get hot
The HTC One M8s sounds a lot like the HTC One M8 and there's good reason for that, as the phones are very similar in numerous ways. They're also very similarly priced, with both handsets being available from roughly £300 if you shop around.But there are s...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2015-10-21
Fancy-feeling metal body, Decent general performance, Good speakersCamera is issue-tastic, It's a rehash of an old phone, Software could do with small modernisations, Battery life is not great
The fast-moving world of phones can be a bargain hunter's paradise. Manufacturers make phones that ship in the millions every year, yet when the new model comes out the old one is instantly out-of-date.HTC has tried to take control of this insta-obsolesce...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2015-10-21
Fancy-feeling metal body, Decent general performance, Good speakersCamera is issue-tastic, It's a rehash of an old phone, Software could do with small modernisations, Battery life is not great
The fast-moving world of phones can be a bargain hunter's paradise. Manufacturers make phones that ship in the millions every year, yet when the new model comes out the old one is instantly out-of-date.HTC has tried to take control of this insta-obsolesce...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-11
Still beautifully designed, just like the HTC One M8 was in 2014, Pretty much the same phone as last year, but with a few minor changes, Uses the dual camera setup HTC let go of in its 2015 flagship, Supports the same DotView cases like the M8 didNo infrared port, HTC's Sense overlay is still at version 6, not 7 like its One M9 has, Camera doesn't support 4K recording, Still kind of slippery to hold, Battery could be a little better
When is a flagship not a flagship? When it's apparently being slotted in just under the proper flagship. It's time to see what HTC can do with the an update to its 2014 edition One mobile phone.The 2014 HTC One was a tremendously cool phone — metal body...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-09
High, quality hardware, Great BoomSound speakers, Good general performance, Sharp screen, Nice designRubbish battery life, Heats up easily, Mediocre camera, No IR transmitter, Sickly screen colours
Wondering why there's no HTC One M9 Mini? One may turn up someday, but until then the HTC One M8s is here to give us 90% of what that phone would provide, apart from being significantly smaller than the top dog.The HTC M8s nicks the shell off last year's...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Highquality hardware, Great BoomSound speakers, Good general performance, Sharp screen, Nice designRubbish battery life, Heats up easily, Mediocre camera, No IR transmitter, Sickly screen colours
Wondering why there's no HTC One M9 Mini? One may turn up someday, but until then the HTC One M8s is here to give us 90% of what that phone would provide, apart from being significantly smaller than the top dog.The HTC M8s nicks the shell off last year'...
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wired.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-07-16
Sleek metallic good looks, fine HD screen, powerful processor, better battery lifeCamera better but not great
HTC has just launched a new version of the One M8, which initially had us confused. A quick recap: the original M8 was HTC's 2014 flagship smartphone, which was superseded this year by the One M9 . The original M8 was a worthy device, but the M8s offers s...
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whistleout.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-07-02
The HTC One M8s is the fantastically-priced, wonderfully-built, terribly-named spiritual successor to 2014's HTC One M8. It's almost identical in every way with one very important deviation: it can cost as little as around two thirds the price, depending...
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tech-boom.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-23
The HTC One M8s is an update of the HTC One M8. An updated version of this phone with enhanced features that threatens to become an excellent choice for mid-high range for this 2015. One M8s committed to a 5-inch panel with Full HD resolution and hides in...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-04-20
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 s...
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mobilephones.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-14
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 Silve...
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siliconrepublic.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-03
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 ...
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