Not too long ago, a report had claimed that HTC's upcoming flagship handset wouldn't be called HTC One (M9). Now, new rumors suggest the company's flagship phone, which is currently codenamed "HTC Hima" might go on sale, starting March 2015.
Today, @Upleaks has posted a document which appears to contain information about the upcoming Hima, as well as other devices slated to launch next year.
The leaked document shows that the HTC Hima will be widely available around the world. In fact, all major network providers in the US would offer the high-end device.
Earlier this week, it was first revealed that HTC's next-generation flagship phone wouldn't be called as One (M9). Reportedly, the device is expected to come with a 5-inch QHD screen, a quad-core Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 20.7MP rear-facing camera.
Aside from the HTC Hima, the struggling handset maker is reportedly working on a large size version of its next-gen flagship. To be called as the HTC Hima Ultra, it will likely to be released by AT&T and Verizon in the U.S. There's no information available yet to confirm on whether the device would offer a massive screen or not.
The leaked document also revealed a possible Windows version of the HTC Hima. Reportedly, this upcoming Windows variant of the Hima flagship could flaunt a 5-inch FHD display.
Moreover, we could possibly see the second-generation RE camera, Butterfly 3 and a couple of tablets, too. One of the tablets is "based on Nexus 9, and may be running HTC Sense" UI.
If the leaked document proves true, HTC has a couple of killer devices lined up for the next fiscal year. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!