HTC M8 debut this month with leaked specs, features in scoring

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HTC One successor M8 surfaces in benchmark surpassing the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to feast your eyes with dual cameras.

The company may have tried to keep its secret under wraps, but the purported device keeps leaking on an almost daily basis.

After appearing in a number of leaked photos, a hands-on video, a retail listing, and FCC filings, the purported HTC M8 has now popped up in some benchmarks.

In the case of the New HTC M8, the phone is as good as revealed, though of course we’re lacking official confirmation on just about every spec.

What seems a done deal is that the M8 will sport a unique dual-camera sensor design, a feature HTC itself has teased in recent days.

While HTC would have us believe life will become “twice as beautiful”

The perpetual leaker referred to the subject matter as the “HTC M8 cameras.” There’s not much else to take away, but smartphone camera fanatics can drool over the sensors’ crisp lines and accompanying dual flash. The HTC M8 will boast twin 5-megapixel rear cameras and dual flash.

As Engadget postulated, the double camera set-up may help magnify distant objects without having to zoom, boost low-light performance, enhance auto focus and/or allow users to fiddle with a photo’s depth of field.

While nothing is confirmed at this point, various leaks and reports have tried to paint a picture of what to expect from HTC’s 2014 flagship smartphone. Based on speculation so far, the new powerhouse is expected to sport a 5-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and pack a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz under the hood. The handset is expected to come with at least 2GB of RAM and be available in 32GB and 64GB internal storage configurations.

The next-generation HTC flagship smartphone is also expected to rock the very latest version of Google’s popular mobile operating system, Android 4.4.2 KitKat, out of the box. Also on the software side, the smartphone should come with HTC Sense 6.0, the company’s newest UI.

As previously mentioned, however, all of the above-listed specs are based solely on speculation, which means that they may or may not turn out to be accurate. If the HTC M8 is indeed set to debut on March 25, we’ll know all about it soon enough. In the meantime, take all leaks and rumors with a grain of salt.

The company may have tried to keep its secret under wraps, but the purported device keeps leaking on an almost daily basis.

After appearing in a number of leaked photos, a hands-on video, a retail listing, and FCC filings, the purported HTC M8 has now popped up in some benchmarks.

In the case of the New HTC M8, the phone is as good as revealed, though of course we’re lacking official confirmation on just about every spec.

What seems a done deal is that the M8 will sport a unique dual-camera sensor design, a feature HTC itself has teased in recent days.

While HTC would have us believe life will become “twice as beautiful”

The perpetual leaker referred to the subject matter as the “HTC M8 cameras.” There’s not much else to take away, but smartphone camera fanatics can drool over the sensors’ crisp lines and accompanying dual flash. The HTC M8 will boast twin 5-megapixel rear cameras and dual flash.

As Engadget postulated, the double camera set-up may help magnify distant objects without having to zoom, boost low-light performance, enhance auto focus and/or allow users to fiddle with a photo’s depth of field.

While nothing is confirmed at this point, various leaks and reports have tried to paint a picture of what to expect from HTC’s 2014 flagship smartphone. Based on speculation so far, the new powerhouse is expected to sport a 5-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and pack a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz under the hood. The handset is expected to come with at least 2GB of RAM and be available in 32GB and 64GB internal storage configurations.

The next-generation HTC flagship smartphone is also expected to rock the very latest version of Google’s popular mobile operating system, Android 4.4.2 KitKat, out of the box. Also on the software side, the smartphone should come with HTC Sense 6.0, the company’s newest UI.

As previously mentioned, however, all of the above-listed specs are based solely on speculation, which means that they may or may not turn out to be accurate. If the HTC M8 is indeed set to debut on March 25, we’ll know all about it soon enough. In the meantime, take all leaks and rumors with a grain of salt.

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Arfa Ali

Arfa is studying in Karachi University with interest to have his name shine in news. He writes Technology related content on Pakistan Tribe.

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