Few hours ago, the folks at HTC unveiled the company’s worst kept secret to date, the all new HTC One (M8) at a press event in New York City. The handset went on sale moments after it was unveiled in the US and UK with a price tag of $649.99 off-contract with varying on-contract pricing.
This won’t stop other OEMs from making fun of the handset, no matter how good it is. The recent one to poke at the HTC One (M8) are the folks at OnePlus, who have compared their upcoming OnePlus One with the new flagship from HTC.
They created a comparison image (as shown above) showing that it’s better in terms of hardware, and offers users with an affordable price tag. Let’s just do a quick overview: they both come with a quad-core Snapdragon processor, 16/64GB storage options — these are the places where it stacks up.
Now, OnePlus One mentions it has a better and bigger display, a bigger 3,100 mAh battery compared to 2,600 mAh in the HTC One (M8) and finally, it doesn’t come with an extra logo on the front.
Well, these changes do look good on paper, but we can’t be sure about them until the handset is available for sale. It’s expected to hit retail on April 23rd, and we’ll definitely find out if it lives up to the hype or not.Filed Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News