HTC seems to be capturing a lot of spotlight these days for its latest flagship model HTC One. Following on the same line, there is rumor swirling in the tech media world which suggests that the Taiwanese tech firm is all set to unleash two HTC one variants in the coming months.
HTC has been ornamental in selling the original HTC One device which exceeded 5 million units and if the rumors unveils to fact, it is clear that HTC is influenced by the trend of launching a variant of the original device.
HTC also has an unusual way of launching devices. They have the tendency of throwing new devices to the market without letting the previous one run its show which often adds to the negative aspect considering the sell out rate of the device. We hope this time they will give some time for HTC One to rock on the market.
HTC Phablet in the Making
Rumor has it that the company have been working out on a new HTC One variant with a bigger screen. Original version has the 4.7-inch screen and reportedly it was said that the upcoming one would have more than a 5-inches display but below 6-inches. Pocket-lint also said that their sources had reported them about the bigger HTC One on the move.
However, the new model will supposedly have the similar feature and specifications underneath its hood as the current HTC One. The only difference would be a bigger screen like Samsung Galaxy S4.
If the rumor turns out to be authentic, then the HTC phablet might arrive with a bigger and more powerful battery compared to the smartphone version. Analysts also expects to see an microSD card slot in this bigger version because if the display size increases there should be some space vacant underneath the screen.
HTC One Mini
Other rumors soaring in the mobile world is that HTC is also working on a mini version of the HTC One. This adds another device to the HTC One basket.
Reportedly HTC One mini variant codenamed M4 is said to sport a 4.3-inch screen, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, a 4.3-inch display with 720p resolution, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 1.6-megapixel front camera, 1700mAh battery, and Android 4.1 JellyBean.
As of now, there are no information on the release date and the price of the two upcoming HTC One variants. If the rumors are confirmed to be true than HTC may have a One Series rock the show.