The One Vogue Edition (M8 Ace) has been voiced out by HTC for the world audience with a simpler name of HTC One (E8). This means that all the HTC One editions launched this year have different combinations in brackets to distinguish itself. The device is made up of a plastic unibody instead of the aluminum finish as appeared in HTC One M8, but hosts the same elegant dual curve. Undoubtedly, the plastic model is much more lighter but more thicker as compared to its metal sibling.
At its heart lies the latest Snapdragon 801 chipset, however it clock speed is uncertain for a 2.3GHz or 2.5GHz clocking. The device has a 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage along with microSD card slot with expandable memory up to 128GB. HTC One E8 comes with a 13MP of rear camera with single LED flash and BSI Sensor. While its front-camera hosts a 5MP camera with its own BSI sensor and both of them are capable of recording videos at 1080p.
The HTC One E8 comes with dual SIM connectivity with two nanoSIMs of quad-band GSM connectivity. The second SIM is supported to have a quad-band 3G with HSPA+ and 4G LTE connectivity.