Jun 03, 2017 08:34 AM EDT
Images of a new HTC smartphone has been leaked online, which appears to be a prototype model of HTC One M8. HTC one M8 was one of the very popular phones of 2014. The smartphone was perfect from every aspect but there were complaints about the camera by many techies.
The HTC is famous for its high-profile designs as well as impressive and sleek smartphone designs. According to the Android Headlines, the HTC one M8 had a 5-inch 1080p display and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor. The HTC one M8 was available with 16 GB and 32 GB storage variants. The smartphone was available in three colors: gray, silver, and amber gold.
Recently, a picture of HTC one M8 in matte black color was trending on various social media channels. This Matte black version of HTC One M8 is believed to be a prototype. The prototype has a quite resemblance with the HTC one. Many people are excited about the news and waiting for the launch.
Phone Arena reported that the image of the prototype of HTC One M8 appears to be more rectangular than its previous version. Another noticeable change is in the HTC's dual speakers in the device, which is situated at upper and lower part of the device. It was not found in HTC one M8.
There is no major change seen in the headphone and USB charging section in the prototype of HTC one M8. The main factor noticed by many is the prototype shows only one camera, as in the original HTC one M8 there was a dual camera system. There is not much to talk about this device as it is difficult, to sum up, the features of a smartphone device from a picture. But the prototype of the device HTC One M8 looks awesome in the matte black color.
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