HTC’s One Two, the successor to its critically–adored but commercially disastrous HTC One, has been gossiped about for months. And now new details of the device have emerged, courtesy of renowned rumour-monger @evleaks.
The handset, codenamed M8, will apparently land with the same Ultra Pixel camera as its predecessor, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon processor, a 5-inch full HD display and Android 4.4 KitKat, covered with HTC’s own Sense 6.
The design is believed to be along the same lines as the One, suggesting this will be an iterative update, rather than a wholesale change aimed at boosting flagging sales.
The One Two’s name was revealed by a UK judge last month, during a patent dispute between HTC and Nokia. The Taiwanese company lost that battle and has been fighting a ban on sales of a number of its devices on these shores.
HTC is expected to reveal the One Two officially ahead of next month’s Mobile World Congress, which takes place in Barcelona.