Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is evidently trying out a lot of things with its upcoming device. The most rumored premium variant of the HTC One M8 Prime has apparently been cancelled. But now reports online suggest that the handset could be replaced by a different, larger model.
According to PhoneArena, the replacement device for HTC One M8 Prime would be a new 5.2-inch smartphone. If this actually materializes, the said device will allegedly replace the HTC One max device as well. However, that doesn't mean that the specs of the handset is out. But instead it is yet to surface online.
If you are not aware of the rumored specs of the HTC One M8 Prime smartphone, it was previously said to come with a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) screen, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM, support for LTE-A Cat. 6 connectivity, and the same duo-camera setup as the original HTC One M8 on the back.
But until now HTC has not spoken formally about the handset and there are much information about the device to surface online.
In the meantime, another interesting information about the company has also surfaced online. This is with regards to the HTC built Nexus 8 tablet. But according to PhoneArena, the tablet can't be expected to be seen at the Google I/O at the end of this month, but later this year.