HTC One (M8) Challenge Day 4: Durability

Marco Hanna
Senior Multimedia Producer from Nashville, TN
Published: May 13, 2014

Welcome back to the HTC One (M8) Challenge at PhoneDog.com! This time around we take a look at the durability of the One (M8) with its aluminum, polycarbonate and glass-clad body.

The new HTC One (M8) is the second-generation HTC One flagship device. Last year the One (M7) was one of the most popular devices around, including here at PhoneDog, where the it was ranked as the number one smartphone by you guys for a full year! Now we've moved on to the next HTC One, the (M8). It features a body made of stainless steel and aluminum and has grown in size just a bit.

The One (M8)'s display measures 5 inches and has a resolution of 1920x1080, which works out to 441 pixels per inch, slightly lower than the One (M7) but well north of what we consider to be "Retina" quality. The One (M8)'s internals have also been improved and include a new Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a Duo Camera.

Join us to find out what the HTC One (M8) has to offer! Is it better than the One (M7)? We'll find out!

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