HTC M8 Features Leaked, 5-Inch 1080p Display And 4.0MP Camera

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There is no reason for FTC fans to be excited; this HTC M8 ( which is actually rumored to be the successor of the popular HTC One ) is far from being released on the market, but the latest benchmarks from AnTuTu reveal some of its most important technical specs. Are these its final features or just a part of a simple HTC M8 prototype? We are not yet sure, so we cannot give you an answer at this point. But we tend to believe that they are close enough to reality and if we accept this possibility, then HTC M8 is basically the same HTC One that we are used too with an improved processor ( and maybe some small design changes too).

So, here we have an Adreno 330 graphics processor for this new handset, while HTC One packs an Adreno 320 model; and the look should also be almost similar as well, but with a more rounded metallic feel, which seems a pretty interesting idea, but we’ll have to wait and see if these rumors will prove to be real or not.

HTC M8

HTC M8

And that’s not all. The list continues with a vivid 5-inch 1080p display and a powerful Snapdragon 800 CPU, although some might be expecting to get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor. This HTC M8 will reach market no sooner than Spring 2014, as our source confirms and until then there are pretty big chances for the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor to gain its territory and be already popular.

As for its 4.0MP rear-facing main camera, it comes along with a secondary 2.1MP front-facing camera, but this time we are the ones complaining. Why just a 4.0MP? We want much more from HTC, so maybe these specs aren’t all real or we should be talking about a 4 ULTRA pixel which means bigger pixels and a completely different color contrast.

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