LG’s G2 currently exists as the company’s high-end flagship smartphone, and today a new competitor entered the market. HTC officially took the wraps of the highly anticipated HTC One (M8) on Tuesday, a device that was built to go to-to-toe with all other flagships. So, to help you out, we built spec comparisons that show the internal specs of each and how they compare side-by-side.
What you might not find in the specs is that the two differ drastically in design. LG took a unique approach by adding the volume and power buttons on the back, creating a minimal and beautiful look, while using plastic for the body. Meanwhile, HTC opted to again use an all aluminum unibody design, but it too added something unique: a Duo Camera on the back of the device that includes an Ultrapixel camera sensor and a secondary depth sensor.
The two phones are flagships, but they differ greatly in hardware and software aspects. To get a better idea on just how much they differ, check out the spec sheets below.
HTC One (M8)
|Display Specs||5.0-inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display (441 ppi)||5.2-inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display (424 ppi)|
|Display Type||Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p IPS|
|Operating System||Android 4.4 with HTC Sense 6||Android 4.2.2 (at launch)|
|Processor||2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, Quad-Core CPU||2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800|
|External Storage||Yes, Expansion card slot up to 128GB (MicroSD)||No|
|Main Camera (Back)||HTC UltraPixel Camera, Pixel Size 2.0 um, Sensor Size 1/3″, f/2.0, 28mm lens||13MP|
|Secondary Camera (Front)||5MP, f/2.0, BSI Sensor||2MP|
|Wi-Fi||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz)||802.11 a/b/g/n Dual-band|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth 4.0||Bluetooth 4.0|
|Battery||2600 mAh||3000 mAh|
|Height||5.72 inches (146.36 mm)||5.45 inches (138.5 mm)|
|Width||2.77 inches (70.6 mm)||2.79 inches (70.9 mm)|
|Depth||0.37 inches (9.35 mm)||0.35 inch (8.9 mm)|
|Weight||5.64 ounces (160 grams)||5.04 ounces (143 grams)|
|Supported Audio Formats||.aac, .amr, .ogg, .m4a, .mid, .mp3, .wav, .wma (Windows Media Audio 10)||MP3, AAC, AAC+, M4A, WAV, FLAC, OGG, and WMA formats|
|Supported Video Formats||.3gp, .3g2, .mp4, .wmv (Windows Media Video 10), .avi (MP4 ASP and MP3)||DivX, WMV, MP4, 3GP, and 3G2 formats|