Not a single day seems to go without some leaked info in respect to HTC's forthcoming sensational flagship handset, dubbed the HTC One Up.
Just a day back, we informed you that the yet-to-be launched device was listed for sale on eBay. HTC is going to launch its much anticipated M8 handset on March 25, and it looks like the last-minute leaks continue to bind user's interest in the device.
Today, dummy cases for the HTC One 2 have been listed by the third-party case maker. Spingen has gone ahead and shed some light on the HTC One 2.
Most importantly, the case maker has indirectly hinted at a possible retail release of the HTC One (2014).
According to Spingen, these cases won't be made available until "mid-April", possibly giving us a clue about HTC One 2's availability.
Although nothing much can be fetched out just by this very leak; however, the mid-April release date would be a solid clue, and it even fits with previous leaked reports.
If the leak turns out to be true, the HTC One 2 will likely be out in the second week of April. Interestingly, Samsung's Galaxy S5 is expected to reach retail shelves by April 11. What a co-incidence?
HTC One 2 (M8) - Latest Update
We know almost everything about the HTC One 2 (M8). The device has been teased number of times. Today, the cases ($25) for the HTC One 2 have been listed in number of colors (Silver, Gold, Back, Green, and Navy Blue). You can pre-order the third-party cases ahead of the mid-April release.
The product listing states "The Slim Armor case for the HTC One 2014 (M8) is specifically designed to protect the device at all angles. The TPU case features improved shock absorption on the top, bottom, and corners to effectively protect the HTC One 2014 (M8) from external impact".
This is certainly not the first time we have seen a leak in context to the forthcoming HTC One 2. Rumors have suggested that the HTC M8 will pack a 5-inch Full HD display, 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, Duo Camera, NFC, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Android 4.4 Kitkat with Sense 6.0, and more.
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