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    Identifying your HTC One M8 for Trade-in

    The HTC One M8 (otherwise known as the New HTC One or the HTC M8) was released to the public for sale back in March 2014. If you’re looking to visually identify the HTC One M8 for trade-in the phone has a fully aluminum body and came in a variety of colors - white, grey, gold to name a few (the color will not impact the trade-in price quoted for your HTC One M8).

    The back and sides of the phone are curved giving it a more premium feel in your hand. The front of the M8 you’re selling has a 5 inch LCD touchscreen with speakers at the top and bottom of the screen. The front of the M8 also boasts a 5 megapixel selfie camera, whereas the rear of the phone had dual 4 megapixel cameras that can be seen near the top of the phone stacked vertically. The rear of the HTC One M8 you’re trading in was curved as mentioned before, and has two distinctive horizontal lines going across it (the top one dividing the dual cameras)

    Before you sell your HTC One M8 for cash, make sure you remove any cards from the ports of the phone like your MicroSD card or Nano SIM. Also you’ll get an accurate One M8 buyback quote if you chose the correct storage size (as your HTC One M8 came with 16GB or 32GB internal memory).

    What to do before you sell your device

    • Backup your data/photos/settings
    • Perform a factory reset in settings
    • Remove iCloud from your device
    • Remove cases/SD cards/accessories
    • Give your device a quick clean
    HTC One M8 Key Features
    • Brand HTC
    • Release Date March 2014
    • Security Password
    • Weight 146.4g / 5.64oz
    • Battery 2600mAh Li-Po
    • Alternate Names -
    • Carriers AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile etc.
    • Camera (Front) 5 MP (Mega Pixels)
    • Camera (Rear) Dual 4 MP (Mega Pixels)
    • Screen Size 5.0 Inch Screen
    • Screen Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels
    • Operating System (OS) Android 4.4.2
    • Chipset 2GB RAM, Snapdragon 801
    • Internal Memory 16GB / 32GB


    HTC managed to launch the One M8 phone in March 2014 with a pretty reasonable array of features. The phone itself was mainly let down by its dual 4 megapixel camera which fell short of rivals and did not perform well in low light.


    • Design was good for the time
    • MicroSD expandable memory
    • Overall a phone with few flaws


    • The phone has a pretty bad camera
    • No 4k recording
    • Average battery

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