Identify the Different Parts of an HTC One M8
Edited by Grimm, Melissa Rae, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow, and today I'm going to give you a brief overview of the HTC One M8, and what each part of the phone is.
Let's get started with the most obvious thing, the camera.
It is the little circle at the top-right corner of the phone.
Next to the camera is the proximity sensor.
This lets the phone know how close or how far away something is. For example, my hand might be close to the phone, or it might not be close to the phone. The proximity sensor will detect that for you.
Directly next to the proximity sensor where there is a set of little holes is where the volume comes from.
Further to the left is one of the speakers.
At the bottom of the phone is the other set of speakers, and the microphone is to the right of it.
The LED lights are the top of the phone in the speaker area, and they light up during a phone call or a missed call to inform you of a thing on the phone.
On the bottom of the phone is the headphone jack.
This is a female jack, where a male headphone jack would be inserted.
Next is the micro USB port, where the USB charging cable will go to if you're connecting data to a computer.
On the side of the phone is the volume up and down button.
Toward the top is the microSD slot, which has a very small that can be used to eject from.
On the other side of the phone is the SIM.
In this case, it is a dual SIM, so it has two nano SIM. If you have a normal one, it would be a smaller piece, but it's exactly the same.
At the top of the phone is the power button which stands up just a bit at the top.
The infrared sensor is located at the top of the phone.
The HTC One M8 functions as a remote control for the television, as well. It has a built-in IR sensor so it can communicate with television devices.
Two cameras are located on the back of the phone, along with the flash.
Some important things to remember with this phone are, first, make sure to use the official nano SIM cards.
If you use a SIM card that is too thick and it has to be cut down, you run the risk of damaging the phone.
Secondly, third-party headphones with little dangly things on them like jewels and beads can cause significant signal and reception interference.
You won't be able to be heard when talking on the HTC One M8.
This concludes our overview on the HTC One M8 and the different parts and specifications of it.
Hopefully this has been helpful. If you have something on your HTC One M8 that you don't know what it is or you're not sure about, just let us know in the comment section below, and we will inform you of what that is. Thanks and have a great day. Bye bye.
Video: Identify the Different Parts of an HTC One M8
Recent edits by: Eng, Melissa Rae, Grimm