HTC One's successor codenamed M8 has leaked yet again. This time around we get to see some live shots of the upcoming flagship. Just as previous leaks have suggested, the smartphone features dual-camera setup at the back with a dual-LED flash.
The dual-LED flash will supposedly be similar to the iPhone 5s true tone flash, but this isn't as clear from today's photos as it was in a previous shot of the M8's back. Anyway, the new UltraPixel cameras will supposedly produce higher than 4MP shots, while the dual camera setup may allow for Lytro-like shots (change perspective and focus after shooting).
There are tiny differences from HTC One at the front too. The sensors have been moved next to the 2MP front camera, while the capacitive hardware keys are gone for good replaced by the standard virtual Android trio.
The new camera department aside, the phone looks exactly like the original HTC One, though its screen has smaller bezels. Previous rumors tip the display to be a 5" 1080p unit.
You can check these cool fan renders based on all the rumors to date.
Thank you, Szilard Erwin Szogyenyi, for the tip!