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HTC M8 to feature NanoSIM, microSD card support – silver, dark grey, red, blue and gold color options

HTC M8 to feature NanoSIM, microSD card support – silver, dark grey, red, blue and gold color options

We don’t have any new pictures of the HTC M8 to share with you today (at least not yet), but we thought we’ve bring you up to speed on a few new details. A few days back, @Shen_Ye announced that he’d be revealing one new HTC M8 detail each day until he ran out of features to share. Most of the internal specifications of the HTC M8 have already been revealed, but @Shen_Ye always seems to have great insight into the smaller details which are often overlooked.

Since then, he has revealed that the HTC M8 will be the first device from HTC to have a NanoSIM and microSD card support will be making a comeback in HTC’s flagship Android phone. The fact that the M8 will feature a microSD card slot means the base level device will probably only have 16GB of internal storage.

The 2013 HTC One was available in silver and black at launch, but it looks like there will be a few more color options to choose from with the HTC M8. In late January, @Shen_Ye previously shared that the phone would come in four colors, but he recently revealed that a fifth color option would be available and today revealed what the colors will be: silver, dark grey, red, blue and gold.

We’ll do our best to keep up with the usual HTC M8 rumors and any new details Shen_Ye has to share over the coming weeks. What HTC M8 feature are you the most excited for?

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.

  • Gregor

    The black HTC One (M7) is beautiful – but the M8 won’t have a black version?! Big failure!

    • Ahmed A

      I think they’re following the “Space Grey” thing Apple started..

    • Luc

      The One (M7) is also “dark grey” since matte black can never be really deep black because its matte. So hopefully this will be the same or they changed the process in order to have a more resiliant color that doesn’t chip or scratch that easily.

  • Arie

    Indeed black is awesome