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HTC One M8: Still Worth Keeping?

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The HTC One M8 was released back in 2014 and since it is already a few years old now, HTC has already stopped their software support for the HTC One M8 which means users will have to install a custom ROM if they want to keep up with the Android community.

Now that Google has come out with the new Android 7.0 Nougat. Should the HTC One M8 continue waiting for a custom ROM or should they just forget about the smartphone and consider getting a new smartphone?

Some users are already reporting that they are having a lot of problem with the battery of the HTC One M8 with some of them reporting that their M8 tends to shut off and they still have 15% of battery left. Some users reported that they got the issue solved by getting a new battery but it is non-removable, you might have to get somebody to it for you.

How many of you are still holding on to the HTC One M8?

1 Comment

  1. Andre Mendes

    September 3, 2016 at 3:32 am

    I’m holding up the HTC one m8 just great. It’s beautiful, fast, smooth and the battery is still ok. When I start seeing those problems I will have it replaced. It’s unfortunate that I will not get official Nougat but it’s not the most important thing. Oh, and I truly love the camera, it’s fast and takes the best low light pictures I have ever seen. The resolution is more than enough for normal use (watching them on the Smartphone and on the pc). Would buy it again.