Leak: HTC M8 to Feature 5″ 1080p Display, Snapdragon 800, and KitKat?

The @evleaks Twitter feed dropped its latest bombshell last week, with speculation about HTC‘s upcoming smartphone, the M8. The HTC M8 is rumored to be the successor to the HTC one, and it’s shaping up to be a worthy one!

The M8 will go up against next year’s Galaxy S5, successor to the wildly popular Galaxy S4 from Samsung. If the leak is to be believed, HTC is packing the M8 with high-end components to ensure it’s a formidable powerhouse. According to @evleaks, the M8 will come with Android 4.4 KitKat, and rock a beautiful 5 inch, full 1080p display. Under the hood, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip will provide some major horsepower.

The photo above, leaked recently, shows the M8’s metal body which is similar to the HTC One. It’s rumored to feature a fingerprint scanner like the HTC One Max as well.

Of course, these leaks always should be taken with a grain of salt until the device is officially announced. Either way, we know we’re excited to see this handset in its final form.

Do you think HTC’s new flagship can unseat Samsung next year? Sound off in the comments!

[Via: @evleaks]

  • nerds

    and no one will care because HTC is 6 months from bankruptcy. The incestuious nature of these asian tech companies ultimately lead to their downfall (Sony, Nintendo). Until Peter Chou is gone and the board is swept clean anything from HTC is DOA.

  • Ravi1234

    HTC two
    5? ips LCD full nd 1080 p display with 4.5? full nd display another mini varient.
    2.5 Ghz octacore snapdragon1000 processor
    16 MP UltraPixel camera.f/1.2 aperture
    2.2mp front camera
    192bit audio
    64 gb memory
    4gb ram
    same Aluminium body as HTC one same size
    Boom sound.
    3000 Mamp battery.
    this will be perfect unbeatable device for another full year.
    they don’t need to update infill 2015.

  • MIke

    It all sounds good. But it might as well UPDATE to the NEW Snapdragon 805 “ACTUALLY ANNOUNCED TODAY” 2.5 Ghz with Krait 450 and Adreno 420 GPU

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