The one thing I noticed about the phone is the speed. It's Just so fast when I played with it in the storeI like it, however the htc logo on the front and that section makes the device too tall IMO appearance wise. Also the glass on the front has edges you can feel when resting your fingers on it. That aside, it's a very nice phone, good specs, good build quality and a fairly un bloated android experience.
LOL, what did you give it ? 24 hours only
I agree, whatever floats your boat, be it iOS or Android OS. But I also think it's unfair to only give a new OS only 24 to 48hrs, that is nowhere even close to enough time to get comfortable, and figure out how it works, etc...Everyone has different preferences, nothing wrong with going back to iphone. Having said that, Android for me
That's not true. I actually had the intention of really keeping this phone. I tried other android phones but felt the m8 was really polished and the best imo. I thought I could do away with iMessage and maybe some apps looking better. But overall I can't stand it after the first day. I mean they do the same things, but iOS is just more polished for me. Everything is built in.Be honest. You never had the intention of keeping the M8 for longer than a couple of weeks.
It's not like this is my first time on android, I had android from 2010-2011 but switched to the 4S when it came out. Back then it was buggy, slow, laggy, you name it. These newer phones are WAY better, really fast. But it's just cluttered for me as far as integration and built in apps. iOS is still more polished . IMO. Calling iOS fisher price is a little overboard lolLOL, what did you give it ? 24 hours only
To move to a different smartphone OS platform, and give it a fair chance, you need to give it the full 14 days you have, before returning it.
Android Kit Kat and Sense 6 is far and above a better system than the Fischer Price kids phone that is the iPhone IMO.
You could give another android handset a try probably not worth it for you as a daily driver though. The new Motorola G off contract on the cheap is a recommendation. Most here have a decent number of smarties.
wow red looks great on it! The gun metal m8 is my favorite though.Try using a BlackBerry Z10 as your primary phone for a few weeks. That was fun! Lol! But I'm so glad to be back to Android after my 10 month iPhone run with a 4s and 5c. I've used iOS since iPhone OS 3 and an iPod touch (2009). But as of today, I now have zero iOS devices
Also been using Android since 2.1 in 2010 with my HTC Incredible.
Perhaps if a new iPod touch comes out or something, I may move to that to keep up on things.
But in the meantime, hello M8! Missed you HTC.
Sticker will go once return time is up.
At least you gave it a try, even if it was short. When I used the BB I put my iPhone up for sale, so it was wiped and ready to ship. So it was BB or nothing. That's one way to learn another OS quick and without compromise of your other device.
I like to stay somewhat neutral though. As long as you're happy with your decision and use what you like, then there's no problem with that.
How did you conclude you made the best choice, before you even receive it, let alone spend at least a month using it?Awaiting my m8 to arrive, been with iOS for a while and just want to try out something else for a change. I think I made the best choice , the m8 is really nice as far as build quality and software.
like i have said on my previous posts, i have had android before for a year. 2010-2011. My point was though that android is way smoother then before but it still has the same issues that it had before.How did you conclude you made the best choice, before you even receive it, let alone spend at least a month using it?
With that said, everyone should try an Android and iPhone, and finding out which they like best. Too many people bash something they have no experience with.