Feb 5 2014, 11:45am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
The upcoming HTC M8 has to be most anticipated phones of all times since we had been getting tons of leaks and wars on names and this had been going on since quite some time. Let us first look at the little tits and bits of information which we have gathered from the leaks in the past. We have the information on the alleged specifications, some images on the rear panel, featuring of the twin UltraPixel camera (can’t really say whether it’s a rumor or not) a few leaked shots of the virtual buttons and if we bring out a certain New York announcement, we even know that the phone is going to be released in March. Now we present the actual image of the HTC M8 which is going viral now as the first live picture of the phone.
So we finally have something other than the panel and the image very clearly shows the back of the phone from where we can tell that the twin UltraPixel camera isn’t a rumor after all. Along with the twin cameras, the phone features dual-LED flash and we can be sure of one thing that the new phone is certainly not going to pack a fingerprint sensor. Even if does, it is not going to be featured on the back. If we put all the rumors and leaks together we end up with an M8 version which features a 5" 1080p display, is powered by the Snapdragon 800 chipset and has twin UltraPixel cameras with Led flash.
We are still expecting the phone to be launched in March and more information will surely be given soon on the official announcement event which will most likely take place in New York.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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