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By Daveyg99, Member on 28th March 2014, 08:30 AM
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I will out definitely be purchasing one of these little beauties. As I deliberately abstained from the One, waiting for the M8
However, I do have a question; is it worth waiting a few months for manufacturing to iron out any issues before buying ?
Hardware or board revisions tend to change or is this not an issue with HTC anymore ?

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every device/company improves manufacturing as the device ages.

Ultimately its your decision to make.
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Thanks, I will wait a few months I think on my poor old one X.

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Originally Posted by Daveyg99

Thanks, I will wait a few months I think on my poor old one X.

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Playing the waiting game on technology is always a tough call, and in the end there is always something better coming so it is just a matter of picking the time when you are ready and the device suits you. If you wait a couple months to buy the M8 there will be news of the Note 4, LG G3, iPhone 6, and possibly some new HTC's (mini/max).

Personally I go with the early order straight from AT&T, if I have any issues I walk in to a store and exchange it no biggie.
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