Once considered a juggernaut in the smartphone industry, HTC has struggled in recent years to keep up with larger rivals Samsung and Apple. But the company is hoping its latest flagship will be the one to help it regain some ground.
As expected, the Taiwanese cellphone maker unveiled the new HTC One (M8) at a press event today in New York, and it's already trying to get a leg up on Samsung by making the smartphone available right away—a couple of weeks ahead of the Galaxy S5.
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