HTC might have currently launched the successor to last year’s astonishingly prominent One M7 with the brand new One M8 mobile phone, yet currently, the Taiwanese outfit is seriously teasing another new gadget by means of its official Twitter feed.
Sadly, the bit provides extremely few clues aside from that we need to expect “contours,” and offered the attractive style of its newest flagship smartphone, we’re expecting the business’s style group to draw off an additional outstanding finish on whatever this upcoming gizmo will be.
So, as ever, we’re left to play the instead cumbersome presuming video game, and although we could possibly eliminate an additional smartphone at this moment, it is rumored that HTC will certainly take the powers in producing the Google Nexus 8 tablet computer. If this is the case, then like LG with the Nexus 5 smartphone, it will have to build and turn out a slate of its own ahead of the Nexus 8′′ s promoted launch later this year.
With one of the most past few records suggesting that the Nexus 8 will certainly show up in the 4th quarter of 2014, a summer season tablet launch from HTC makes a fantastic offer of feeling, and thinking about the revered profile of the One M8, it’s likely to impress once again in the style stakes.
Instead of attempt a two-pronged assault on the tablet computer market as it currently has with the Nexus 10 and Nexus 7, it is believed that Google will certainly rather choose for a one-size-fits-all choice with the Nexus 8. This would place the screen size in at around 8-9 inches, which could possibly match supporters of both larger and smaller slabs, and in relationship to HTC’s teaser banner, suggests that the business will launch a tablet of around these dimensions.
Of training course, we may be well off the mark on this, and sinced Google’s Android Wear statement likewise confirmed HTC as a manufacturing companion, we could possibly rather be in line for a smartwatch.
Then again, “bent” isn’t always an adjective we ‘d connect to a wearable, and you feel that if HTC was intending to make a statement referring to a wrist-computer, it might have teased it in very a different fashion.