HTC One 2 Specs: New Images Confirm Dual-Rear Cameras, Two-Tone Flash and More

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    A leaked photo of the back of the HTC M8
By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
February 10, 2014|8:50 am

The new batch of pictures said to be of the HTC One 2 or M8 confirm some of the rumored features for the device including dual-rear cameras, two-tone flash and onscreen navigation bar.

This new set of pictures were posted up by NowhereElse.fr and create a bit of tension with an image that surfaced last week through HTCFamily as the models resemble one another, with the latter being deemed fake by LlabTooFer and HTC Netherlands. The fact that the same model showed up in both site's pictures proves that HTC might want keep its next-gen flagship under wraps until the unveiling.

The new images feature two flash LEDs that seem to be slightly different in terms of color. The corners of the device are more rounded than previous leaks and there's a larger space between the secondary camera and the strip at the top of the phone.

The shots also show onscreen buttons with a space between the screen and the speakers with an HTC logo. This could also be a prototype or an HTC One running Sense 6. The software in the new images match up to the one seen in last week's @evleaks picture.

A screenshot of the homescreen for the upcoming HTC M8 leaked onto the net last week.

The image that surfaced through @evleaks displays on-screen buttons and a few new design tweaks that incorporate the last version of Android 4.4 KitKat.

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The screenshot reveals a new on-screen navigation bar and buttons. HTC is expected to ditch its capacitive buttons and the picture points to this becoming a reality. The device used transparency for the dock background with the entire theme being lighter and more cheerful.

The battery icon is now white and the icons in the dock are the same as the One.

 

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