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After the HTC M8, now that the world has seen enough of it all over the media, is it time for HTC to revamp it’s Butterfly series, this afternoon the news that comes in from a leak performance benchmark suggests the very same. We’re looking at HTC’s model 0PAJ3, which just like the One M8 is powered by a Snapdragon 801 SoC and features another 1080p screen with 2 GB of RAM.
Looking at the screenshot we can say that they are pretty much doing away with the Ultrapixel for a fully loaded 13MP camera and a 5MP ‘selfie’ camera. So it seems like it’s definitely a new Butterfly but it would be interesting to see the overall design.
Ah… the HTC One M8, a phone that truly benchmarks build quality with it’s brushed aluminium build and 90% metal wrapping footprint, while the gold color is available as an option, but what if you are a sheikh and want to get something more unique? Enter the HTC One M8 with real gold!
HTC has just announced the gold plated HTC One M8 for select markets, starting with the Middle East, prices aren’t disclosed but it shouldn’t be an issue when you an oil well in the backyard, right? There is really not much discussion here since HTC does see a market for ultra-premium products out there and to them it really wont matter if their smartphone is outdated the next year or the month, as long as the bling is still new!
Ah, the All New HTC One (M8) is one spectacular device with a history of leaks like no other device has had in the recent history of flagships. After the video that went viral which showed the M8 in front of the camera, this video of a YouTuber is more of an organised in-depth review!
HTC! What are you upto? We heard you create a lot of buzz about how seriously you treat your design and trade secrets, it’s the same HTC being shown off by a variety of users. This video, which spans over a whole 14 minutes explains each aspect of the video in-depth, but yes, it is in German, so if you do not speak that language your eyes will do all the decoding.
The HTC M8 is expected to come in with a five-inch Full HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 801 SoC, 2GB of RAM, but the internal storage is being mentioned as 60GB in the video – which we’re sure is a mistake from 16GB ,as well as 32GB options, 5MP camera on the front, and a combo of a 4.1MP and a 2MP camera on the back.
Oh yes, the video :
There have been so many rumors about the HTC M8 that it is hard to believe that it hasn’t released yet! We are two weeks away from the official launch and things are just turning crazy, as we explain further :
This box shows up in an eBay listing – and no, you can’t score this one for yourself, as it’s already closed. We’re a little suspicious of the very low $500 buy-it-now price, but the box itself looks legit enough. Picture this : A Verizon branded 32 GB HTC M8 is being sold online before the launch, yes you read it!
We know it’s going to be difficult to gulp so here is the listing .
Is there anything more you want to know about the HTC M8?! We have covered every bit of information that every tipster has leaked over months, that said, here are a few official wallpapers in 1080p from the device itself. Have fun flaunting those colors!
First up, @evleaks has shared an image of the HTC M8 donning a unique flip cover-style case. The front of the case is covered with holes, some of which are lit up with different colors to display the time and weather. Details of whether these holes are lit up using the phone display or the case itself are unknown, however there is no denying that it looks really pretty, specially considering what kind of square offerings the competition is offering.
Another part of the leak from mister hipster tispster is that the M8 will be made available as a Google Play edition phone, much like the original HTC One was last year. However, there is no time frame tipped about it’s announcement. Aren’t you excited after getting to know these two awesome offerings coming from HTC already?
The HTC Desire has a single and dual-SIM version, sports a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, of course, expandable via microSD card. The screen is a 4.5-incher with FWVGA (480 x 854 pixels) display and there’s a 5 MP camera on the back without the flash. It is powered by Android 4.2.2 with HTC Sense on top of it, in addition to all the usual suspects, and a 2,000mAh battery.
Are you looking forward to this device?! The pricing is yet to be announced but this is pretty much an entry level handset!
The Desire 816 has a big 5.5″ 720p IPS Display, a 1.6GHz Snapdrgon 400 and 1.5GB of RAM and also an interesting microSD expansion of upto 128GB! HTC is also giving a 5 MP wide-angle front camera and a solid 13MP f2.2 lens on the back, which to say is better than the one of the HTC One. The HTC Desire 816 will arrive in white, black, red, yellow and purple colour variants.
Are you excited for this device?
Not so long after the popular tipster @evleaks came across with a mind-blowing piece of news that the successor of the HTC One would be named “The All New One” (seriously?!), he tweeted this image that shows the HTC M8 in Gold and man, is this a perfect eye candy!
The All New HTC One” comes with dual speakers, on-screen buttons, and a front-facing camera on the top-right corner. On the back, we have a twin-sensor camera with what appears to be a dual LED flash. Besides the gold variant pictured here, the All New One should come in the Grey and White variants(still not copying the iPhone).
The Taiwaneese giant already announced it’s event on March 25 at MWC, where we are expected to see these devices release!
The game just got interesting today when there seem to be two pictures that have surfaced on the internet that actually seem to be legit! The latest two images that supposedly show the HTC M8 surfaced on Google Plus, seemingly showing the device in a dark grey/gunmetal finish. We see the dual-tone flash that’s almost guaranteed to make an appearance in the actual product and that mystery secondary camera on the back of the device.
Are you excited for this device? We definitely are, with updated internals and similar speakers that we loved and better camera(s) and a better screen, HTC is just improving the most requested updates so this is a safe sell for the company.