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The first great smartphone of 2015. Beautiful and bold..with complications. The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. The Good The HTC One M8's sumptuous aluminum body makes a beautiful background for this top-flight smartphone's brilliant 5-inch display. It runs on a powerful quad-core processor and Android KitKat, the stereo speakers deliver excellent sound, and the depth-sensing camera brings a ton of useful features. The Bad The One M8’s battery is not user-removable, making it harder to replace once the battery inevitably wears out. The phone's sealed chassis is not water-resistant, and the One M8's photos look less sharp than competitors'.

A flagship smartphone won't charm tech fans the world over if it can't snap top-quality pictures, To see how the new HTC One M8's iphone case 3d print camera stacks up, I pitted it against the iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia 1020 and the older HTC One, All photos were taken on full automatic mode at the maximum available resolution, Although every phone was held at the same distance from the scene, each phone has a different focal length, so some (particularly the Galaxy S4) look rather more zoomed in, Not every phone is represented in every slide -- the Lumia doesn't have an HDR mode, for example, and the old HTC One corrupted some of its images..

Click through the gallery above to see the HTC One M8's attempts at each scene. Below each pic, you'll see links to see the full-size, non-cropped version of its photos, along with the comparisons from its rivals. First up, this lovely big house in West London. The One M8 managed to achieve a good overall exposure, although its white balance was rather on the cold side. Check out how the rivals compared. Samsung Galaxy S4. Nokia Lumia 1020. HTC One M8 full-size image. While the colour was more natural here, the M8 didn't achieve as even an exposure. Compare the iPhone 5S's shot, which more clearly captured the dramatic grey clouds behind the trees. Only having 4 megapixels also means it lacks the full-screen detail offered by the iPhone, Galaxy S4 or Lumia 1020.

Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia 1020, HTC One M8 full-size image, A great shot here, Both exposure and colour tone looked good, with more contrast than the Lumia 1020, Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia 1020, HTC One M8 full-size image, The M8 came out on top in terms of exposure and colour balance here, The iPhone 5S had an unusual orangey tint and seemed a little over-exposed, iphone case 3d print On the downside, the 4-megapixel sensor again means that there's little clarity when you zoom in, For Facebook snaps, this will be fine, but if you want to crop into an image, 4 megapixels won't be enough..

Check out how the rivals compared. Samsung Galaxy S4. Nokia Lumia 1020. HTC One M8 full-size image. A great, natural colour tone overall here, but the water has overexposed, making it look like bright white globules falling, rather than a clear stream. Check out how the rivals compared. Samsung Galaxy S4. Nokia Lumia 1020. HTC One M8 full-size image. A disappointing effort from the M8 here. It has only exposed for the dark brickwork beneath the bridge. That part of the shot is more easily visible than in the iPhone's shot, but the rich blue sky is completely washed out.

Note that I tapped to focus and meter in the centre of the image under the bridge on all phones, so all of them were exposing for the same part of the scene, Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 full-size image, Turning HDR iphone case 3d print mode on didn't help matters, Although it's made the brickwork brighter, it's done nothing to rescue the bright sky, The iPhone 5S managed to maintain a rich sky, while the older HTC One did a fair job at keeping the sky under control and still showing plenty of detail in the brickwork..

Check out how the rivals compared. Samsung Galaxy S4. HTC One M8 full-size image. This non-HDR image has again slightly overexposed clouds, although to nowhere near the same extent as the bridge photo. Both the iPhone 5S and Galaxy S4 managed to capture much more balanced scenes. Check out how the rivals compared. Samsung Galaxy S4. Nokia Lumia 1020. HTC One M8 full-size image. HDR mode didn't help at all in keeping the clouds under control. If anything, it only really served to make the scene look a little unnatural.

Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 full-size image, The M8's white balance was way off here, making this scene look very cold and blue, Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia 1020, HTC One M8 full-size image, With HDR mode enabled, the colour balance was brought under control, It's a generally great pic, with great exposure overall, Check out how the rivals compared, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 full-size image, The non-HDR version of this picture is a little dark, although on the plus side, it hasn't blown iphone case 3d print out the sky too much..



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