A new flagship device is nearly inevitably interesting if you’re a tech addict, and most of us at Redmond Pie surely are, also if we do not intend on acquiring our hands on every brand-new tool that sees the light of day. The other day, we offered you news of HTC One’s successor – – a device that has so far been recognized simply by its codename, M8 – – being leaked in high quality press photos courtesy of the reliable leakster Evleaks, and today, one more photo has actually emerged, many thanks to the exact same source.
This new leakage sheds a bit a lot more light on the gadget in regards to color selections. It displays a gold version of HTC One M8 (more on calling in merely a little) and clarifies both the front and rear of the device. It additionally appears that the device will certainly wind up being formally called HTC One 2014 version, although we’ll simply know without a doubt once it’s officially announced by the Taiwanese maker.
The layout of the new HTC One 2014 version, although being incredibly comparable to in 2012’s front runner, reveals a double LED flash on the back, beside the video camera lens. That’s no biggy, you ‘d claim, and rightly so – – however what I discover most peculiar is that the second LED looks remarkably similar to Apple’s True Tone flash on the iPhone 5s. It could be a plain suspicion or coincidence, for that matter, however which knows, possibly we’ll see something one-of-a-kind for HTC too in the photo capture division.
Besides the flash, there does show up to be a 2nd electronic camera lens on the back also, which might indicate some sophisticated picture capture abilities. Naturally, it’s all theory for now, however amazing nevertheless.
Up until now, for the 2014 variant of HTC One, the reports put the device at a 5-inch real HD 1080p show, 3 jobs of onboard RAM, Snapdragon 800 processor and Android 4.4 KitKat from the box. The gadget will additionally include the new Feeling 6.0 UI skin, which looks actually awesome, and if Sense 5.5 were to be any sign, very useful as well.
The launch day of HTC One is still under inquiry. HTC sent out invites for March 25 event of its own, and it’s feasible that it might not unveil anything at the MWC end of this month. After that again, if Samsung were to reveal to the globe exactly what they’re supplying in terms of Galaxy S5, points could turn out slightly in a different way. Hunch we’ll simply need to stand by to discover.