The new HTC One (M8) is a substantial smartphone, most likely about it. Still, with those BoomSound speakers, 5-inch show, and 2600mAh battery, it’s a ponder they figured out how to pack everything in that flawless, unibody metal shell. By that rationale, it bodes well that the HTC One M8 changes from a smaller scale SIM card to nano-SIM to spare however much space as could reasonably be expected.
It implies that in case you’re moving up to the M8 from pretty much some other mobile phone in the US showcase (counting the M7), will see that your SIM card won’t fit on the off chance that you attempt to port it over.
Of course, you could take your SIM into your bearer’s store, and they’ll likely have the capacity to exchange your number from your smaller scale to a nano. You could likewise get one of those favor pants SIM card cutters from online shopping site.
Be that as it may, why make a pointless trek or burn through cash you don’t need to when you could simply do the dang thing yourself? Stick around and I’ll demonstrate to you a simple approach to change over your miniaturized scale SIM to a nano-SIM in only a few minutes.
Disclaimer: Once you cut your card, there’s no backpedaling. When it fits the nano-SIM shape calculate it won’t function as a small scale SIM card any longer, which means you won’t have the capacity to swap your card forward and backward between gadgets that take diverse card sizes.