Come on, HTC. Snapdragon 600, 2 GB RAM, 4 MP UltraPixel camera are enough for us HTC fanboys to rejoice. And do not forget the exclusion of MicroSD slot and non-removable battery, too. :)
Actually, the HTC M8x listed on POSTEL's database is in testing. It has not yet been certified. http://htcsource.com/2014/01/htc-m8x-shows-up-at-postel-indonesias-fcc-equivalent/
did any one noticed the three windows phone buttons on the bottom of the screen i think this image is fake
onex, 22 Jan 2014the technology got to a point where "last year's specs" are enough :) they are more then enough, but the phone race is about number game, the phone with the biggest this, the most powerful that, the fastest this and so on, it is a pure and simple fact, as part of my job in the past I have done market research for things including phones and people are generally drawn to the "larger" "Bigger" "faster" keywords, unless you are a die hard fan of a particular brand then bigger often SOUNDS better, which is not always the case but it sounds like it is = sales.
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2014So the competition will wipe the floor with it.agreed, poor camera, dated specs, terrible marketing = another poor financial year
AnonD-79514, 22 Jan 2014there's something wrong with the leaked device's picture, it shows a device with Windows Phone... moremate this will not be a leaked picture, it will just be some render made from a computer somewhere, and wont represent the final build of this new HTC
AnonD-204734, 22 Jan 2014So... last year's specs? kExcept the chipse.
An ULTRA PIXEL of 10MP on the bare minimum will actually make practical use. Otherwise the camera is a dud as before.
there's something wrong with the leaked device's picture, it shows a device with Windows Phone 8's physical buttons ( focus on the middle of the bottom of the device)