HTC M8: HTC One Successor To Sport 5 Inch FHD Display,Snapdragon 800 CPU and Kitkat


HTC's Galaxy Note 3 competitor hasn't hit stores shelves in many parts of the world, but that doesn't mean HTC One maker is not working on its next flagship handset.

The HTC M8, a rumored 5-inch 1080p HD smartphone could be announced early next year. Few days back, GizBot informed you that the first alleged image of HTC One successor was leaked on the web. Codename: M8, the purported phone might get launched as HTC One 2.


Now it seems that HTC has been unable to stop gossip going around its upcoming flagship smartphone. According to Twitter sensation @evleaks, HTC One 2 is expected to have a 5-inch 1080p Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and the Android 4.4 Kitkat.

The tweet read- "Sounds like the HTC M8 is - and you could probably predict - a 5-inch, 1080p handset powered by KitKat and a Snapdragon 800."

Also read - Samsung Galaxy S5: Flagship Handset To Release with 4GB RAM

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HTC One Successor To Sport 5 Inch FHD Display and Snapdragon 800

Going by the alleged leak, it appears that the HTC's next flagship handset is certainly not a fire cracking device. The internal hardware would be tad old in comparison to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5, due early next year with 64-bit processor. Even Apple is planning to launch an iPhone 6 with bigger display and sophisticated hardware sometime June time frame.

Again let's not forget that HTC M8 is yet to arrive in the market early next year. The HTC One maker still has a time to work on the specifications and modify the display size. Reportedly, HTC One 2 will hit US market in the first quarter of 2014.

Also read- Apple iPhone 6 Rumor Roundup

Moreover, HTC One 2 would have a fingerprint sensor, just like the HTC One Max. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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