HTC One (M8)

Full hardware specs for HTC's 2014 flagship

Today is launch day for the new HTC One (M8), and the device is being officially announced at events in New York City and London. We'll have much more HTC One coverage for you later today, so stay tuned. But in the meantime feel free take a look through the official spec sheet for the device, which is waiting after the break.

HTC One (M8) hardware specifications

Category Features
Dimensions 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35 mm
Weight 160g
Colors Gunmetal Gray, Glacial Silver, Amber Gold
Display 5.0 inch, Full HD 1080p Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor
2.5GHz quad-core CPU in Asia/China (MSM8974AC)
2.3GHz quad-core CPU in US/EMEA (MSM8974AB)
Platform Android 4.4 with HTC Sense 6, HTC BlinkFeed
SIM Card Type nanoSIM
Memory Total storage: 16GB/32GB, available capacity varies
Expansion card slot supports microSD memory card for up to 128GB additional storage (card not included)
RAM 2GB DDR2
Network 2G/ 2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
3G - WCDMA:
EMEA: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
Asia: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
AT&T: 850/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps
Sprint: 850/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA up to 14.4 Mbps
Verizon: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 14.4 Mbps
Tmus: 850/AWS/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 42 Mbps
3G - CDMA
Sprint & Verizon: 800/1900 MHz
4G - LTE:
EMEA: 800/900/1800/2600 MHz
Asia: 700/900/1800/2100/2600 MHz
AT&T: 700/850/AWS/1800/1900/2600 MHz
Sprint: FDD 800/1900 MHz , TDD 2600 MHz
Verizon: 700/AWS/1800/2600 MHz
Tmus: 700/AWS MHz
Camera Duo camera
Primary camera: HTC UltraPixel camera , BSI sensor, pixel size 2.0 um, sensor size 1/3”, ƒ/2.0, 28mm lens. HTC ImageChip 2. 1080p Full HD video recording with HDR video
Secondary camera: capture depth information
Front camera: 5MP, ƒ/2.0, BSI sensor, wide angle lens with HDR capability, 1080p Full HD video recording
Gallery with UFocus, Dimension Plus, Seasons, Foregrounder, Image match
Multimedia Audio supported formats:
Playback: .aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav, .wma (Windows Media Audio 10)
Recording: .aac
Video supported formats:
Playback: .3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv (Windows Media Video 10), .avi (MP4 ASP and MP3)
Recording: .mp4
GPS Internal GPS antenna + GLONASS, Digital compass
Sensors Gyro sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Barometer
Connectivity 3.5 mm stereo audio jack, NFC (3), Bluetooth® 4.0 with aptX enabled
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz) DLNA® for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer, HTC Connect
Micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port with mobile high- definition video link (MHL) for USB or HDMI connection (Special cable required for HDMI connection.)
Support consumer infrared remote control
Sound Enhancement HTC BoomSound Dual front-facing stereo speakers with built-in amplifiers, HTC Sense Voice
Battery Embedded rechargeable Li-polymer battery
Capacity: 2600 mAh
Talk time:Up to 20 hours for 3G
Standby time: Up to 496 hours for 3G
Voltage range/frequency: 100 ~ 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz DC output: 5 V and 1.5 A
 
There are 71 comments

jeddo45 says:

Is this going to be compatible with sprint spark?

Nexus 5...enough said

Amir47 says:

Reading is fundamental

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But crowdsourcing your reading is optimal.

Amir47 says:

So they are sticking to the 4 ultrapixel?
And no 3000 mAh battery?
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IsaacjonesM says:

2600 is wimpy

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jbrandonf says:

2600mah now is different from 2600mah a couple years ago. The components are more efficient and are able to do more with less. Battery life hasn't been a complaint I've read about with this phone.

brendonsled says:

146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35 mm and only a 2600mAh battery.
Holy crap

With approximately 40% more battery life than previous model.

Amir47 says:

So 3000mAh would have had 60% increase

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brendonsled says:

How do you get 40%. Its actually around 20% larger.

The Z2 is around the same size and has a 3200mAh and is 1mm thinner

Not talking physical size, talking % performance increase.

tdizzel says:

I don't care about performance i want MOAR SPECS

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mayconvert says:

lol +1

npco543 says:

The BATTERY is 20% larger, but BATTERY LIFE is based on more than just battery size. Between the larger battery and power optimizations, they claim 40% more BATTERY LIFE than the previous model. And this is going from a 1.7 to a 2.3 ghz processor.

Yeah let's see about that...

Ninjatogo says:

Reviews are out. Engadget and the Verge apparently had the phones for a while now, and after extensive testing they confirmed it lasts much longer than the original One. e.g. HD video watching went from 6.5 hours (M7) to 11.5 hours (M8)

suavemezie says:

It's not about numbers, it's called optimization, some 1800 battery on certain phones outlast 3000 on another

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udazavlanje says:

Are you talking android 1800 beating 3000?
Optimization can do wonders for average users but for moderate to heavy battery size matters. On screen time and streaming, gaming can't be compensated. After all, if your selling point is boom sound stereo speakers , you should expect that people might want to use / show them more, either for videos or music. Phone with those specs and dimensions needs minimum 3000 mAh to have all day fun with it.
LG made that possible in smaller housing.

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xs228 says:

It doesn't matter what optimization you design. A bigger tank beats a smaller tank. So having better optimization is no excuse for not providing a slightly larger battery.

Synycalwon says:

Yup, and a swappable tank beats a fixed one. Gives you more options to extend runtime or get back to a full tank faster!

On a side note; kudos to AC for including battery spec details (ex. embedded). :)

havanahjoe says:

Did AT&T really ask for 21 Mbps HSPA instead of 42?

"AT&T: 850/1900/2100 MHz with HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps"

Amir47 says:

Why wouldn't they? 42 is useless on their network.

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havanahjoe says:

LOL True, and this just shows they really don't care about HSPA anymore and it's all LTE

I wouldn't call this bad.

SoCalBIGmike says:

AT&T never EVER had HSDPA DC 42. That is a T-Mobile USA exclusive. AT&T went straight to LTE, while T-Mo couldn't (for a variety of reasons).

This is the same with LTE-A (which is really not what it is, but whatever) T-Mobile is at first, AT&T is pretty far behind. Verizon, well, they use an "Old" system but they can use 20x20 in limited markets.

I'm only nervous about the camera. I hope it's an improved camera and not the same exact sensor in the old one

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gskiner says:

same size but a new sensor. we will see if it is any better...

MarkSeven says:

Same camera tho? Smh..

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cordawgfrito says:

No. Not the same camera. Not according to the event and every article that is talking about that. Even the Molly Wood article talking about it is completely raving on how great it is.

TLB69 says:

I was promised a stylus,WHERE'S THE STYLUS?

"I'll stop buying smartphones when they make one smarter than me."Where's the stylus pen for the new One?

zero.efx says:

Probably on Amazon for under 3 bucks. You can even get multiple colors to color coordinate your shirt! A stylus for your car. A stylus behind your ear! A stylus in your mouth that can double as a tooth pick! A stylus that holds another stylus. Stylusception!

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anekin007 says:

I will wait for a comparison of the two Ones before I let go my m7.

DrifterX7 says:

I don't see ANT+ support. That's kind of a deal breaker for me. I really wanted this phone.

SoCalBIGmike says:

All Android 4.3 phones and above have Ant+.

John Oxley says:

The HTC One M8 has the hardware, but it is not enabled:

http://androidforums.com/htc-one-m8/840581-ant.html

Very sadly

Taz89 says:

So is it the same 4up on the back or is it higher..

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nikkisix798 says:

146mm? is almost long as Note 3! This is a phablet, people should mention the actual size not the size of the screen!

Taz89 says:

Yep these new phones are basically similar size to a note 3 but with a smaller screen. Imo your better off just getting a phablet

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udazavlanje says:

Yep

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ddot196 says:

Way too big. And for that size such a small battery. Looks pretty but beyond that, I just don't see it.

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Born To Kill says:

And we have a great 2600 mah battery.....

When you really run shit, you don't have to talk about it....

tayswg20 says:

Love your signature! Made my day.

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No sapphire screen! Fail.

/s

lsutigers03 says:

Glad it has a nano sim. I hope other OEM's start doing the same thing.

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NoNexus says:

Wow that is Samsung levels off disappointment right there

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bhatech says:

Does the unlocked version that HTC planning to sell has the AWS band? Or is it the ATT version just unlocked minus att crap like last year?
Hopefully its the TMo version minus TMo bloat since that has the most bands.

fightcrazy says:

I'll be getting the T-Mobile 32gb version in gun metal ASAP. Nice looking and plenty of beef.

SoCalBIGmike says:

ASAP as in a month?

Marco Giunta says:

160g... And that battery....

Posted via my CM11 Nexus 4

So people said they weren't going to get a Galaxy S5 ey? And that they would rather wait for the new HTC One (M8). Well the specs are quite similar to me. Now it's just your own opinion whether you prefer HTC or Samsung.

Born To Kill says:

Both phones have the weak and plus points. Though it can take a month,year or decade to understand that for fanboys......

When you really run shit, you don't have to talk about it....

udazavlanje says:

Great phone but for a flagship device 4MP are quite disappointing. Details on the photo matter.
Battery is another failure , given the size and specs of the phone.

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16GB is disappointing. Anyone know how much space the OS and Sense will take up?

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Born To Kill says:

+1. Would like to know that too....

When you really run shit, you don't have to talk about it....

OS takes up lil over 8 gigs.

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weirdroid says:

I am assuming it's keeping two features that they had on the last two generations - the 2.55V headphone amplifier and the HTC Media Link HD software. I make heavy use of both of those on my current EVO LTE. If they don't explicitly list those specs, I won't buy the new model until I can handle one and physically verify it has them. I also wonder if they are gonna have red and blue color versions later. Might be worth waiting for that.

soulmystic says:

Its looking good...but I'll have to wait and see what oneplus one is all about before deciding... also the oppo find 7 is another interesting phone to have a look at...

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miami786male says:

I wounder why the United States gets the lower cpu?

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because they enjoy butt sex!

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jcorv58 says:

Totally logical explanation from an (probably closeted homophobe) intelligent human.

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GMoney90sMan says:

With only a 1080p screen, LG has the ability to blow Samsung and HTC outta the water if they do use a 2k screen on the G3. LG this is your chance, pull out ahead!!!

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8er says:

Really.

I hope they go with a 7 inch screen so it is still at about the same ppi as the M8. When are people going to comprehend that more ppi, over what the M8 delivers, is NOT a visual improvement? I suppose it will be never. There will forever be those who are continually duped by the spew of marketing departments, those who will never get it.

SoCalBIGmike says:

You Sir, have no clue as to what the fuck you are even talking about.

2K screen. On a phone. How are those "2K" TVs selling? Oh yeah...

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Does it have wireless charging?

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sectime says:

When I brought the phone home I sat the box next to my Apple Time Capsule they look really similar. Too close to be a coincidence.

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