HTC One M8

It looks like HTC is taking another bite out of the Microsoft OS consumer pie. If you are one of the users and fans of the windows mobile system, one brand that always pop into mind when thinking of a Windows powered mobile phone will be Nokia. Nokia was the one brand who began using the Windows system ever since they didn’t join the Android OS bandwagon. They released a line of colourful and youthful looking phones that are all being powered by the Windows OS akin to the Windows 8 system on looks, functionality and features.

Aside from Nokia, a few other brands tried their hand on the Windows OS although not exclusively. Brands such as Samsung, LG, Acer, and HTC, but none pushed the windows mobile OS any harder than Nokia did.

But HTC is changing that, by releasing one of its best selling and most successful android phone and run it on Windows.

So now they introduce the HTC One M8 for Windows.

HTC One M8 android

HTC One M8

At first glance, there is no real difference between the Windows M8 and the Android M8. Both feature the same sleek, and metallic grey design, both feature a 5-inch display screen with HTC’s boomsound stereo speakers in the bottom.

Both phones also have the 5 megapixel front facing camera, a control button for volume on its side, and slots for USB and simcards.

Without turning either phone on, you would say it is exactly the same phone.

Turning on the phone, you can observe that the Windows Operating system actually looks good on the HTC M8. The full HD resolution and IPS LCD3 technology really makes the color of the windows interface pop out.

The M8 runs on the updated version 8.1 windows OS. The system offers exclusive apps such as Blinkfeed,Zoe, and other apps that work seamlessly with the M8.

Aside from the way it looks, HTC M8 also boasts of powerful hardware, running the OS with a 2.3ghz Snapdragon 801 processor, 2gb ram, and up to 32gb of storage. This makes for a great quality smartphone.

HTC One M8 is now available exclusively to Verizon users.