The HTC M8 also known as the HTC One successor is spotted again and this time in clear view of its rear. The new image reveals a similar premium looking aluminium design and a twin Ultrapixel camera set up.
Interestingly the secondary camera is smaller in size and matches the HTC M8 casings cut out design that was spotted earlier. It also comes with 2 LED flash lights which should provide better flash photography.
At least we can now dispel rumours of a rear fingerprint scanner that’s featured on the HTC One Max. Other details revealed include the lack of capacitive buttons at the front that’s replaced by on-screen buttons. Hardware wise, it is rumoured to be running on the current quad-core Snapdragon 800 with 2GB or 3GB of RAM and comes with a larger 5.0-5.2″ QHD display. Currently it is expected to launch sometime in March but it is possible that the M8 might just show up at MWC 2014.