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Sprint Product Ambassador: HTC One E8 First Impressions

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I have had this device for about a week now and I love it so far! I just wanted to give a few points that I am looking forward to, and I will post more on these later.

1st: I love the feel of the phone. I had the M8 before, and the curved back with the rounded edges just feel nice. On top of that, I thought the Poly carbonate would feel cheap, but it is slick, sturdy, and very nice. I would recommend a case, only because for me personally it can be a little too slick and it can slip out of my hand. (I will be posting on the Dot View case here soon)

2nd: This is considered a mid-range device, but it does not feel like it. Some people will say "But the E8 has a 16GB memory not a 32GB like the M8". While yes, this is true the fact is that it still can hold up to a 128GB Micro SD card. So still no worries on that. Plus the cloud Storage that comes with it (More in a coming Blog)

3rd: Picture and screen are still very gorgeous! Still the great 5.0" screen like the M8. Still 1080p HD with motion launch as well.

4th: Still has the great sound of "Boomsound" front facing speakers! Still to this day, one of my favorite features of the HTC One line.

5th: Same great battery as the M8! 2600 mAh

As you can see, the only thing that even feels like a midrange phone is the price!!!! At 99.99 you cannot beat this "mid-range" device!

For more reviews on the HTC One E8 and many more phones be sure to follow me!

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