One of the leading smartphone manufacturers HTC has recently launched its flagship device, HTC One M8, but the smartphone is witnessing an issue that makes it boot straight into Safe Mode.
Online UK retailer Clove has initially carried out testing on a few units of the smartphone, discovering that in some cases it booted in Safe Mode instead of launching normally. The retailer has been quoted saying that “Due to this we have opened some more to test and can confirm that this occurs on a number of handsets, and is not isolated to any particular batch or IMEI range. In fact one from a box delivered to us by HTC may be affected whilst the rest are not.”
Clove said that the issue is not very serious and can be easily fixed. The retailer added that the issue can be fixed by just pressing down the power key before pressing Restart. If the issue still persists, remove the microSD card, then go into the phone’s Settings; from there, select Backup & Reset > Reset phone > Erase all data.
HTC One 2 has a 5-inch full HD display with a pixel resolution of 1920 x 1080 and pixel density of 441ppi. The smartphone is equipped with the Super LCD3 technology that ensures bright colors and generous viewing angles. The smartphone runs on a quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2 GB RAM and LTE connectivity. It also has an Adreno 330 GPU in order to offer extra power to operate graphical intensive activities, including gaming.
HTC One 2 has a front camera of 5MP equipped with HDR that has a capability to record full HD video. Its main camera is 4MP or 2 ultrapixel having 1/3″ sensor size, f/2.0 aperture and a 28mm lens. The camera produces very good results especially in low-light settings.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has made use of a new version of its user interface in the smartphone – dubbed Sense 6.0 for better control and smoother navigation. HTC One M8 has a metallic finish with rounded corners.