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Verizon Wireless has announced that Android 6.0 is on its way to the Galaxy Note 5. That makes this the first Marshmallow-packing over-the-air update to hit the Note 5 in the US. Verizon has beat AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile to the punch. This is also the first Galaxy device on Verizon's network to make the leap. Read More
The nice thing about schedules is sticking to them. HTC promised Marshmallow would come to some of its devices starting by the end of 2015, and so far the company is keeping its word. Android 6.0 came to the HTC One M8 Google Play Edition early last month, and now HTC Product Manager Mo Versi says the regular unlocked M8 will get the goods within the next 24 hours. Read More
Once upon a time, Google got together with OEMs to sell Google Play Edition versions of flagship phones. They were expensive, but here we are in late 2015 and the 2014 HTC One M8 GPE just got Marshmallow. The regular M8? Good luck with that.
The CyanogenMod ROM development team continues to add to its ever-expanding range of officially-supported devices. Today we get a little-known variant from a huge manufacturer and a huge phone from a little-known manufacturer (outside of China, anyway): the dual-SIM version of HTC's 2014 flagship One M8, and Xiaomi's Mi4, respectively. Both are available as nightly builds on CyanogenMod's download repository.
The ROMs are labeled "M8dug" for the One M8 and "cancro" for the Mi4. Both have just two builds at the time of writing, and they may or may not be added to a more stable release the next time the ROM team releases one - it all depends on how stable and feature-complete the developers can get the builds. Read More
The HTC One M9 is HTC's new flagship, but there are still plenty of M8s floating around out there. Best Buy is looking to unload some stock today with a steep discount. You can get a new M8 for AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon for $299 off-contract. This deal is valid today only, or until supplies are exhausted.
Now that the HTC One M9 is out, maybe you've decided that, you know what, the M8 wasn't so bad after all. Sure, the M9 has more megapixels, but it isn't all that different.
If that's the case, hold on to your hats. Today you can snag a refurbished HTC One M8 on eBay for just $269.99. That's less than half the cost of this year's flagship and lower than we've previously seen the phone priced.
This is the unlocked AT&T model, so while you can look at T-Mobile, don't get this if you're on Sprint or Verizon. Read More
The Google Play Edition program seems to have been mostly forgotten by Google and its hardware partners, but at least those devices that were released are still getting steady updates. The latest one to be blessed with Android 5.1 is HTC's One M8 Google Play Edition from last year. Users are reporting that the over-the-air update is heading out now, so check your Settings menu if you happen to own one.
The update from Android 5.0 is 244MB, which is pretty typical. Read More
Update: both HTC and AT&T have posted changelogs for the update, you can see them here (ATT) and here (HTC).
Ahhh. The feeling of spring. The sun is shining, birds are singing, and flowers are blooming. Everything feels fresh and new, and - if you are an AT&T customer who is the proud owner of an HTC M8 - things are about to get even fresher and newer. Mo Versi, Vice President of Product Management at HTC, announced this evening via Twitter that Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming to the AT&T One M8 starting tomorrow April 7. Read More
The HTC One M9 is official. It's coming. The big carriers will offer it. We have a date.
Sounds like the perfect time to buy a refurbished HTC One M8.
Unless the M9's 20MP camera is a must-have, the M8 can serve you fine. And instead of spending over half a grand on the device, you can pick one up for $289.99. You even get your choice of gray, silver, and gold.
There's always the risk of the device coming with some minor cosmetic damage, but everything should arrive in working order.
Shipping is free, but while the seller is willing to ship internationally, many parts of the world are excluded. Read More