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[Q] Thinking of buying an M8 but Is the camera still that bad?

1st June 2014, 11:47 PM |#11  
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i'm switching to the M8 from the S5 as well. S5 is a fine phone but the occasional lag is enough to annoy me.

Yeah, after using the M7 -> Note 3 -> M8 - >S5 -> M8

I started to notice the high quality of HTC not only in the physicall hardware itself being the case of the phone and the screen and loud speakers, but I also started to see how the high quality of HTC Sense is vs TouchWiz. Even when compared to the skin on the LG G2 and other LG phones, the HTC Sense skin is just very light and optimized.

Deffinetly glad I was able to get my original purchased M8 back from Craigslist before it got traded off too far in the Craigslist world LOL.
 
 
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After using both phones, I can deffinetly say that both the M7 and the M8 take excellent pic and video in low light conditions.

From what I understand with the pixel count being lower, this allows for more light to be picked up.

They are bigger better pixels therefore more light and more detail captured per pixel .
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