Introducing the HTC One (M8) Harman/Kardon edition

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HTC is releasing a swanky new phone created especially for audiophiles, called the HTC One® (M8) Harman/Kardon® edition, and Sprint will offer it before anyone else.

When it comes to music, this device has a few cool features that set it apart. Harman/Kardon prides itself on first-class music reproduction, which has resulted in the birth of new sound technology called Clari-Fi™. This is a patented technology that analyzes digital audio files in real time and restores what was lost in compression – including dynamics, data and high frequencies. So consumers will be hearing their favorite music in a whole new way – cleaner, crisper, wider and more dynamic.

Pair that with LiveStage™ technology on your headphones and it’ll feel like you’re right there at the show. How does it manage to sound just like you’re listening live? It creates virtual speakers at certain angles and provides localization cues that are independent to the user. Talk about surround sound – and Harman/Kardon is making sure consumers get the full experience by including premium matching in-ear headphones. The vehicle for all that great audio is HTC BoomSound™, with dual front-facing speakers and a built-in amplifier.

Sprint Music Live helps you keep it all together. Think of it as the command center for your favorite music apps, with a live wallpaper that delivers audio right to your fingertips.

HTC’s latest and greatest smartphone doesn’t just sound great, it looks amazing, too. It’s a curvy beauty with a zero-gap all-metal unibody design and a large 5-inch screen for the easiest navigation ever. For music fans who place high value on serious audio credentials but want a phone that looks as good as it sounds, say hello to HTC One® (M8) Harman/Kardon® edition.

  • Jenna Ryan

    For people that can’t wear in ear headphones, will there be a marketed over the ear headphones available for sale? Preferably, wireless?

    • Linda Jones

      Will this be available on Samsung devices, or is this just exclusive to HTC. I like my Samsung and don’t want to switch phones.