HTC One M8 Harman Kardon Edition hands on initial look


The HTC One M8 was recently released and is winning legions of fans as a smartphone with top-end specs and sleek styling. Now HTC has collaborated with Sprint and introduced the HTC One M8 Harman Kardon Edition for an enhanced audio experience. Today we want to show a hands on initial look at the phone on video.

The Harman Kardon variant of the One M8 including a pair of headphones goes on sale with Sprint on May 9th at a price of $229.99 on a two-year contract, and some readers will be wondering about the differences between this and the standard version of the phone.

The YouTube video below comes from Techno Buffalo and shows a hands on look at the One M8 Harmon Kardon Edition handset. At the beginning a design difference is shown as the reverse is a darker color. However, the key difference is that Harmon Kardon technology has been used for this handset including Clari-Fi audio software, and the video explains more about this and other aspects.

After checking out the video we’d like to know if you’re tempted to purchase this special version of the HTC One M8 on Sprint?


3 thoughts on “HTC One M8 Harman Kardon Edition hands on initial look”

  1. Sarah says:

    No I will be tempted to switch to sprint Bc of this phone. The reasons are, first of all the color is pretty hideous. I think a lot of people will agree w/me on that. Black back & the front grill gold?? I mean really?? I rather prefer either all black or all gold, in instead of this unmatch color. Secondly, Harmon karmon is basically a software tweak to the phones EQ, and if u really want it on regular m8 u can do so now. Hackers already figured it out how to tweak it. And unless you’re a audiophile, it doesn’t sounds that much better. With any good pairs of headphones it’ll sounds great on any phone actually.
    Thirdly, sprint service is awful in most areas. And they ain’t the cheapest either! But behind in almost every thing. From service to 4G, lte, etc. They lost half a million customers in less than 3 months. And I don’t think the reason behind that is their phones ain’t advance enough. Do sprint honestly thinks having a exclusive HTC one m8 Harman kardon will actually bring back customers??? To be honest, Most customers don’t really about high tech smartphones. The one that do cares are the technology fanatics. That’s why iPhone is so popular, Bc it’s simple to use.

      1. Ryan Gunn says:

        That’s your only issue with this post?:p

        First sentence jumbled beyond a non-abbreviation, single use of shorthand, lack of punctuation, incompatible verbs, unnecessary words, more lost punctuation, another non-abbreviation, and again, missing verb, plural noun in a singular sentence, and again, and again, missing punctuation, wrong verb tense, and again, plural verb in singular sentence again, missing verb, singular noun and verb in a plural sentence, missing article, and another non-abbreviation.

        Its painful reading this 3rd grade level writing, and I’m not really one to be all that careful myself :p

        Edit: lol, second read through, I found even more :p

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