Much of the initial set up for the HTC One M8 is rather mundane and pretty typical. There were a couple that are worth pointing out. The first is one of the first screens that you will come across during the setup. It mentions the HTC Advantage. The HTC Advantage comes with a couple of perks, most notably is the free one time screen replacement within the first six months of ownership! In addition to the screen replacement, you are eligible for 25-50GB of Google Drive storage, which you are eligible for is dependent on the device you purchase.
The HTC One M8 is using the latest version of Android, KitKat 4.4.2. Looking through the GUI in the gallery above, you’ll notice that it’s very similar to most Android 4.4.2 devices on the market today. This makes it easy to jump between the various Android devices that you own without a steep learning curve. Obviously the HTC specific features like BlinkFeed will be on the M8 and not your other devices, but not all of your devices can be that cool.
Scrolling through the various pages in the HTC One M8 settings, there is certainly no shortage of options.