Friday , April 28 2017

HTC M8 initial specifications leak

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The next flagship device from embattled HTC – codenamed M8 – that we first reported on back in July, has had its purported specs leak. Serial news breaker @evleaks is claiming to have the low down on the main specifications, and they are unsurprisingly high-end, though nothing that we haven’t seen in other flagship devices.

@evleaks tweeted:

HTC M8, @evleaks

In previously seen photos, the M8 looks very similar to the current HTC One, though the current leaks suggest a screen bump to 5″ from the 4.7″ on the One. Could the M8 be the HTC One 2?


Do have a HTC One? How do you like it? Let us know in the comments!

Source: @evleaks.

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  • billchen0014

    No next-gen silicon from qualcomm is somewhat disappointing for a phone coming out next year… am i alone?

    • Greg

      Hang on, the 800s are only just landing in actual devices now.

      Don’t expect a top-end next-gen follow up to ship until mid yearish.

      • billchen0014

        Having bought the M8 this year, I say WOW, the Snapdragon 801 even though isn’t a game changer, but it is FAST, no doubt. Should last me 2 years, and I’m glad I bought it.

    • Katy Perry

      The s800 in the HTC m8 will be an updated one that’s clocked at 2.5ghz with adreno 420. That is still a bug upgrade

  • Duncan_J

    They haven’t announced any new SOCs yet, the 800 is still the top of the pile

    • billchen0014

      Yeah, I was hoping this leak will also reveal the next big thing in mobile SoCs. Oh well, guess we’ll wait for the CES.

  • James

    I’ve got a Butterfly S, close enough to the One and although the name is a bit lame, the phone is excellent. I’ll certainly be looking to replace this one with something like it when it’s time

  • strand0410

    If they removed their awful capacitive keys and switched to onscreen, they might be able to retain the size while keeping the boomsound speakers top and bottom.

    • etherspin

      they should be able to, kitkat especially good at letting the user hide and reenable on screen buttons

  • lobie81

    Why are the Android manufacturers so anti Tegra 4?

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