In addition to those two changes, the One M8s adds the HTC Eye Experience, Motion Launch, and Android Lollipop to the M8's arsenal. It also sports a similar brushed aluminum finish.
The Shot also satisfies high-end standards on the hardware front, rocking a 1.7GHz 64-bit octa-core processor, a 3GB RAM, and a 32GB native memory supporting up to 128GB worth of microSD storage.
The Watch Urbane also boasts relatively robust battery powers for both 3G (410mAh) and 4G LTE (700mAh) variants. It is available with either a leather or stainless steel strap and comes with a silver-based design.
That said, many of its specs are similar to the M9's, including the 20-megapixel sapphire-covered back-facing camera and the HTC UltraPixel selfie cam. The 32GB/3GB memory/RAM duo comes back for this model, too. Finishing it off is a combination of HTC's BoomSound and Dolby's Audio 5.1 sound technologies.
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