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HTC unveils HTC One (M8) Google Play edition


HTC’s new Sense software and the many associated apps are absolutely part of what makes the brand new HTC One (M8) great, but the star of the show is, without question, the hardware. So what happens if you want the phone but none of the software add-ons? You could buy an M8 from a carrier and root it, voiding your warranty instantly in the process, or you can head over to Google’s Play store and pick up an HTC One (M8) Google Play edition, which was just unveiled alongside the main M8 during HTC’s press conference on Tuesday. As is the case with the Google Play editions of other flagship smartphones like the Galaxy S4 and last year’s HTC One,

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