The successor of HTC One will get an upgraded processor, camera and screen size, according to a report by Bloomberg. It also says that the model will hit the shelves in March, around the same that the HTC One hit the market last year.
As per the report, the successor of HTC One, rumoured to be named One+ or One Two, will have screen size of at least 5-inch. Earlier leaks have also pegged the same display size, with resolution of 1140x2560p (higher than the current standard of 1080x1920p).
The Taiwanese manufacturer will use a later generation Qualcomm Snapdragon processor in the device. The current top HTC model runs on Snapdragon 600; the current chipsets in this lineup include Snapdragon 800 and 805.
About the camera of the smartphone, the report says, “Twin sensors on the rear of the new handset will provide better focus, depth of field and image quality. An improved version of HTC’s Ultrapixel camera will be featured in the device, the person said.”
In terms of design and look, the upcoming model will not deviate much from HTC One.
Leaked images of the successor of HTC One, codenamed M8, have already hit the internet. It is said that the model will have 3GB RAM and the manufacturer’s Sense 6.0 user interface.
Source: Times of India