Nearly full set of specs detailed for HTC One+ (M8)

Nearly full set of specs detailed for HTC One+ (M8)

It seems that a day can’t go by without even more details about the successor to the HTC One coming out.

The latest in the rumors suggest that the new flagship, supposedly called the HTC One+, will feature a: 5-inch 1080p display covered by Gorilla Glass 3, a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 805 processor, 6 MP or 8 MP rear-facing camera with UltraPixel™ technology and double lens, 2.1 MP front-facing camera, 2 GB of RAM, NFC, 2900mAh battery and a micro-SIM.

Two other rumored features that make this a very interesting device is that HTC may be going with on-screen navigation buttons and it will run Android 4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense™ 6.0.

We previously reported that it’s widely expected to launch sometime in Q1 of 2014, but we may even see this at CES 2014, who knows. If that’s the case, you will see any info here once it’s available.

via Android Revolution HD

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  1. Jamie Marshall
    January 05, 14:05 Reply

    That’s what’s up. They’re gonna use the latest Snapdragon instead of the 800 which was previously rumored and on screen capacitive buttons huh, well not a fan of that but it’s adaptable. Also the body is supposed to have like a compacted stone of sorts instead of a metal aluminum type which is very interesting and pretty cool.

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