With HTC One set to turn 1 in February next year, the Taiwanese player might kill the device altogether to make room for its successor. HTC had a tough time in beating its arch rivals Apple and Samsung in the handset business. Amusingly, HTC One is the Android phone of the year. Despite that HTC failed to make right amount of buzz to make enough cashing ringing.
HTC need to launch next-gen hardware to beat Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3. We have been hearing a lot about HTC's next big thing. The HTC One 2 is rumored to make its appearance at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014.
A lot has been said and written about HTC M8 including its highlighted specifications. Based on the speculated internal details, HTC One 2 is expected to have a 5-inch HD display, 3GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (quad-core) processor, UltraPixel camera and a finger print sensor. The exact specs are not made public yet but whatever information made available on the web appears to be boring and underwhelming.
Today, a new lead in respect to HTC One 2 hit the World Wide Web. According to Wilson Miao, an analyst with market research firm TrendForce in Taipei, says that HTC One 2 (or the One Two) is a "series of smartphones" to be made available next year.
The One Two (HTC One 2) would have a separate camera lenses for low and high lighting conditions. Also, the device would include a finger print sensor. The phone could be priced around $600 (Rs.37,000) in the International market.
An HTC spokesperson says that it's too early to comment upon the device. However, according to Miao, the HTC One 2 would incorporate a 4.9-inch display with latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. Further, Miao says that if HTC One 2 pick up well then the One will be phased out.
Of lately HTC is focusing on two of the biggest handset markets: China and India. HTC's latest big ticket handset, the One Max, is made for Asian market. While talking about India, HTC has become more proactive in brining latest handsets to the India a little early. But yes, price is the biggest concern in front of HTC India. HTC aims to capture 15 % of the Indian handset market in the coming years to come.