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If you want to spend Rs 35,000 on a phone, then HTC One E8 is among the best bets out there at the moment.
A less powerful battery, an outdated operating system are the points that HTC should revisit to get a real winner.
The HTC One E8 will cost just under Rs 35,000 while the HTC Desire 616 has been priced Rs 16,900
The HTC Desire 816 is a good phone given the features and its price point.
The HTC One M8 is distinguished by a powerful processor, bright screen, a very fine camera and good battery life
Kenichiro Hibi, MD, Sony India, told indianexpress.com that pricing was intentional as they wanted to remain competitive in the flagship segment.
We checked the Flipkart, where the phone has apparently made an appearance, and found that the phone is marked ‘out of stock’.
HTC One M8 at r49,900 & entry-level HTC Desire 210 at r8,700 to hit markets in may.
At Rs 49,900, the HTC One M8 is cheaper than the Samsng Galaxy S5 and just a bit more expensive than the iPhone 5s
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The dual-SIM phone is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core processor, and has a 4.5-inch screen.
The phone will be available in India from April, but will run only on 4G networks only.
Smarting from growing losses, HTC Corp says it will expand its range of cheaper products.
‘A thief will not be able unpair Fetch from HTC One Max as his fingerprint will not match.’