Worthy successor of the HTC One. Feels good in the hand, looks sharp, and a joy to use. No wonder it took so long to bring in the new one. Coming from an HTC One to the new HTC One (M8) is like trading up your car from an older model to a newer one, everything feels comfortingly familiar, but is just different enough to keep you interested and intrigued to find out what else has changed. Check out the hands on image gallery below we sourced from the web. The device is expected to roll out in Canada early April. It is priced at $230 with 2-Year contract or $700 no term. You can reserve your device on Rogers, Bell, Telus & SaskTel.