Most people buy flagship phone because they’re typically available on every service provider imaginable and the manufacturers do a pretty good job of making us believe they are the best devices on the market. But if you wait two to six weeks, you’ll probably see Samsung, HTC, Sony or LG release another phone with even better specs.
Six months after the release of the HTC One (M8), the phone is pretty outdated. Fortunately, flagship phones aren’t just about high-end specs. The HTC One (M8)’s (limited) popularity means that HTC’s dedicated to keeping the phone up to date with new versions of Android and releasing new features which make the phone even better. The latest new features to come to the One (M8) are the Eye Experience update and Dot View case third-party app notifications.
HTC Eye Experience
All the new camera features HTC introduced with the HTC Desire Eye are currently being rolled out to One (M8). HTC has pushed the update out to unlocked versions of the phone in Europe and North America, and we’ve also seen a few updates hit carrier-branded versions of the phone here in the US. Check out the video below to see now the new Eye Experience works on the HTC One (M8).
Dot View third-party notifications
The Eye Experience update has been in the news for the past few weeks, but let’s not forget the Dot View app update that hit Google Play last week. The new update displays music controls and third-party notifications on the Dot View case. It may not sound like much, but accessing Twitter or Gmail notification with a simple swipe on the Dot View case is quite enjoyable and increases the value of the Dot View case. Watch the video to see how it all works.