Looks like, we are getting closer to the launch HTC One 2, the next high-end flagship phone from the Taiwanese smartphone maker.
The other day, Reuters had reported that HTC will start sending invites in about two weeks for an event where it will announce the successor to the HTC One.
HTC M8 aka HTC One 2 is going to be officially announced next month and it's not a secret any more.
Today, the most realistic press render of purported HTC M8 has appeared on the web. Though, you might have seen the device in a series of leaked blurry pictures, but this time around the leaked press shot appears to be genuine.
The purported press render of HTC M8 has apparently made its way to the web world, thanks to HTCFamily.ru. We can't say whether the picture you see is the press render of the upcoming device. So, we advise you to take this rumor as a pinch of salt.
For those who are not keeping a track, the HTC One 2 may come with a 5-inch Full HD 1080 display. This time around, the next-generation handset will be powered by a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, backed by 3GB of RAM and 16GB/32GB of internal memory. Like its predecessor, the HTC M8 is expected to come with a "twin-sensor" rear-facing camera, besides a 5-megapixel front facing shooter. The flagship-handset is said to run Android 4.4 Kitkat with Sense 6.0.
According to a listing spotted on New Caledonia's office of posts and telecommunications (OPT) website, HTC's next-generation Android-powered handset could be announced with Dual-SIM connectivity.
Rumor has it that the HTC One 2 will arrive with on-screen buttons, instead of regular 2-way capacitive touch enabled buttons. Moreover, according to several media reports, the HTC M8 is said to be blessed with same handsome looks as the original HTC One phone launched last year.
Additionally, several leaked images of the HTC M8 have confirmed that it will feature twin-cameras on the rear-back with dual-LED Flash.
No word yet on where exactly HTC has planned to organize an event making the coming of HTC One 2. Latest media reports suggest that HTC's upcoming big-ticket phone will be launched in the New York City. Earlier, it was assumed that HTC might bring unveil the device at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), a favorite platform for many handset manufacturers.
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