HTC's M8 Ace Will Share The Same Specs Of Galaxy S5

Posted: Apr 29 2014, 11:06am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

HTC's M8 Ace will share the same specs of Galaxy S5
Photo Credits: evleaks
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However it still remains to be seen whether the M8 Ace will feature M8's dual camera setup

Previously HTC had been having fun mocking the plastic flagship devices of its major competitors and it had labeled them as being inappropriate for such large manufacturing names. But according to the latest news, the Taiwanese company is soon going to roll out its plastic flagship device. This is not going to be the Butterfly line in fact HTC is coming up with a completely new plastic variant, M8 Ace. The phone was recently teased by the famous @evleaks earlier this month and the picture shows a slim and stylish looking device.

Instead of aluminum, this one is going to sport a plastic unibody and most importantly, the phone is going to feature more or less the same specs as those of the Galaxy S5. It will reportedly have a 5 inch display with 1080p display and the phone will be powered by 2.5GHz, quad-core Snapdragon 801 SoC. Though the phones are going to end up sharing the same specs, HTC is coming up with a cheaper version of the phone. Now this might simply be a huge threat for Samsung because HTC’s new device would provide a cheaper alternative to customers. A lot of people are waiting to hear about the camera setup of the phone since it was one of the most prominent aspects of the device. So we still need to know whether the phone will feature M8's Duo Camera feature.

source: engadget

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