HTC One's successor codenamed M8 and also known as One 2 and Two should launch this March, following an MWC debut in late February. As the rumor has it HTC M8 will be powered by the latest Qualcomm chipset (currently the Snapdragon 805) and will come with a bigger, at least 5", screen of QHD resolution (1440x2560px) display.
The insider reveals even more details about the M8 - HTC will keep using the UltraPixel technology for its new flagship, though the new camera will feature twin UltraPixel sensors. This should improve the auto-focus, image quality, and depth of field. There is no word on the resolution of the two UltraPixel sensors though, nor more details on their exact manner of operation.
If this insider is indeed telling the truth, then HTC will probably announce the One successor at the MWC in Barcelona by the end of February.
We already saw various HTC M8 leaks and rumors. Some leaked benchmark results showed the test M8 device was running on Snapdragon 800, while others suggested it won't be called HTC Two, but One+. We guess we'll know soon enough.
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