The cheaper version of the HTC One M8, which we more casually referred to as the HTC One Ace has become official with the name of HTC One E8. You wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between this and the M8 because it looks the same except that it has a plastic body unlike the metal one on the One M8. But that doesn’t mean the cheaper version is not gorgeous; it still has retained the dual curve of the original M8.
So the phone is more like an HTC One M8 with a plastic body and a 13 MP camera like the ones in the Desire 816 and HTC One mini 2. HTC has also given away the price of the phone which will be CNY2,800 in China, which amounts to around $450/€330/£267. This is 40% cheaper than what the original HTC One M8 or the Galaxy S5 costs. However, we are not yet sure if the phone will be priced the same way in the rest of the world or whether the benefit only remains for China. But we sure will be lucky if this price prevails internationally; it would definitely make the phone worthy of our notice.
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