Three of the big four American carriers started offering the HTC One M8 on March 25th, the day the phone was announced. One, T-Mobile, is just getting the phone today. But last does not mean least, and with this un-carrier's low prices, there's plenty of reason to have waited. Unfortunately (and unsurprisingly), the affordability does not start with the phone itself, which is now available for $26.50 a month for twenty-four months or $636 all at once.


This year's update keep's the M7's all aluminum build-quality and four "Ultrapixel" camera, only it supplements it with a second one that enables new depth effects. The phone has a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and the latest version of Sense. If any of this has you excited, feel free to unload that impulse shopping urge at the link below.

HTC One M8 on T-Mobile

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • SVem26

    50gigs of Drive for 2 years..

  • Vijay Yalamanchili

    Wish it had a better camera..

  • TSON1

    $626 isn't that bad... remember when flagships were $800?

  • Karam M

    no color options ? why..

    • turboboxer

      I got one. Why would you want gold? or miss out on this awesome brushed aluminum? It has to be held to appreciate.

      • Karam M

        i dont want gold, silver is what i want

      • NinoBr0wn

        I'd rather have black.

  • KingofPing

    Getting it this weekend. Not trading in my m7, just adding it to my devices. I'll use the m7 as a media player/alarm/clock. Too good a device to just get rid of.

    Wish they had it in Silver though...

    • Milind Shah

      Silver? It doesn't look good on the m8 compared to the m7 :/

  • invinciblegod

    How's the bootloader on this one? Are all the bands available or is it the inverse of the AT&T version?

  • mikron24

    im picking up my m8 tommorrow ....T MOBILE is the best network

  • MvP77

    Picked mine up in store. It was a packed house and everyone was buying the S5. I was the only person buying the M8. The rep told me besides mine he thinks they only sold 2 others. TMobile is really pushing the S5. Reps had S5 t-shirts on and they had tons of accessories for it. I was looking at cases for the M8 and they only had 3.

    • JC

      I went to the store right after they opened. They even opened early because of the launch of the GS5. When I told them I wanted to port to tmobile, the rep quickly responded "let me guess, you want the gs5". To what I proudly answered, No I want the Htc One M8. ... I'm in love with the phone!

  • chris125

    It's interesting tmo and att charge more than Verizon for full retail

  • Angelo

    Also picked mine up the other day from the store, the sales rep asked if I wanted the S5 and after telling him I wanted the M8 he said it was also the phone he was getting. I don't see how anyone could look at both phones and choose the S5, damn marketing!

  • Richard Yarrell

    Plain and simple either way nothing beats Tmobile period......

  • robert

    Almost got the s5 but after seeing and trying in store I immediately chose the m8, the s5 was just plain horribly built and the software is getting worse just click recent apps to see what I'm talking about

  • Andy

    The new One M8 is beautifully design and constructed, is fast and has a
    great display, uses one of the best manufacturer-customized interfaces
    we've seen in recent time, and delivers all that without demanding
    compromise on battery life.
    And if you have decided to become a proud owner of this device, perhaps you’re in the market for a solid and beautiful protection case as well.