Device will be named HTC One+ (codename: HTC M8) and it won't have any capacitive buttons. No more "home" or "back" buttons we get used to with the HTC One (HTC M7). Camera is probably a 6MP or 8MP module, of course with the UltraPixel™ technology and probably the new HTC ImageChip™ 3. Current rumours about double lens (for low and high lighting) might be true as well. Battery capacity is much bigger now - 2900 mAh instead of 2300 mAh in the HTC One. With just a slightly bigger screen in the HTC One+ (5") versus HTC One (4,7") we can expect much better battery life.
Chipset (SoC) is very likely to be Snapdragon 805 (instead of 800). This is a very good news because Snapdragon 800 is already quite an "old" chipset. The only problem is the drivers development by Qualcomm. Let's hope that won't stop HTC from replacing S800 with the S805.
In contrast to the HTC One, the One+ will have removable micoSD card. The non-removable microSD card in the HTC One was a source of a lot of critics from Android fans. Hopefully the design of the HTC M8 won't suffer from that.
HTC One+ will be equipped with the newest HTC Sense™ 6.0 and Android KitKat.
So what do you think? I'm already very excited and really can't wait for the HTC One successor. The HTC One won almost every award in the 2013 knocking out the competition. Let's hope the HTC One+ will repeat this great success!
- Name: HTC One+ (HTC M8)
- Screen: 5" FullHD 1080p covered by Gorilla Glass 3
- Battery: 2900mAh
- Camera: 6MP or 8MP with UltraPixel™ technology and double lens
- SoC: Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 805
- RAM: 2GB LPDDR3
- Buttons: no capacitive buttons
- OS: Android KitKat with HTC Sense™ 6.0
- SIM: micro-SIM
- Front camera: 2.1MP
- NFC: yes
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