It seems like nobody is actually getting tired of all the rumors and leaks which are in line for the HTC One’s successor M8. And just when we thought there would be an end to all this, we have landed with yet another leaked image. The upcoming HTC flagship shows itself on the live shots which have been leaked and this only further confirms the camera details. The phone is going to feature dual-camera setup at the back along with a dual-LED flash.
We have reason to believe that the LED flash featured on the back of the phone is somewhat similar to what is featured on the iPhone 5s with its true tone flash. Though this cannot clearly be seen in the latest leaked images, but we had a pretty clear view of what was leaked a couple of days ago. The UltraPixel cameras are supposed to generate shots which are higher than 4MP. Lytro-like shots are also more than possible with the dual camera setup. This is going to allow the users to make changes to perspective and focus after shooting.
The front of the new phone will also have slight variations as compared to the HTC One. The sensors will now be present next to the 2MP front camera and you will no longer see the capacitive hardware keys; the standard virtual Android trio is now coming into play with one. These variations are quite slight and the overall look of the phone is very much similar to the HTC One except that this one is going to have smaller bezels on the screen.