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HTC One 2 has been hitting regular headlines of late, with the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 set to kick off from February 24.
The successor to award winning HTC One is expected to give a boost to struggling Taiwan-based handset maker.
Previously, it was reported that HTC M8 would be called "HTC One+". Now according to yet another rumor, the next-big thing from HTC will likely to be called One 2, instead of HTC One+.
A listing spotted on New Caledonia's office of posts and telecommunications (OPT) website, reveals that the One 2 and One 2 Dual SIM could be part of HTC's big plans. Both the HTC One 2 and One 2 Dual SIM have 3G connectivity. For your information, the original HTC One has a dual SIM version, and it's available in Indian market for under Rs. 40,000.
The French website basically gives travelers an idea about local 3G connectivity available in New Caledonia. The question around HTC One 2 internal hardware remains unanswered.
Just yesterday, we had informed you that HTC would be making a mini version of yet-to-be announced HTC M8.
Multiple reports in the past suggested that the HTC M8 would not feature a 2K resolution display. Even its specs leaked in the media appear to be underwhelming so far. Reportedly, the HTC M8 is said to feature a 5-inch display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Further, the handset would incorporate a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, 3GB RAM and 16/32GB of internal memory. The HTC One 2 would also come with "twin sensor" rear-facing camera, 4G LTE-A, and will run Android 4.4. Kitkat out of the box with Sense 6.0 UI on the top of it.
Recent information says that the M8 will be the first HTC device to feature on-screen buttons, instead of using three-way capacitive touch buttons.
Stay tuned to GizBot!