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The notorious leaker @eveleaks posted an alleged image of the HTC M8 Ace. HTC might be prepping a successor of HTC One Max.

While the HTC One M8 is now available, it looks like the rumor mill is churning again after the serial leaker @eveleaks posted an image of the purported HTC One M8 variant.

Unfortunately, there’s nothing remarkable to see in the leaked image aside from the blurred display screen, a design that resembles closely to the current HTC One M8, and the famous HTC logo found right below the screen. No size, specs, or fine details were given. However, the blurred screen resembles Sense 6, already seen in HTC One M8.

There are reports that the HTC One M8 mini will roll out this year, leaving us a different approach with this image because it suggests a bigger screen. Therefore, it seems to be the successor of HTC One Max.

As the image suggests, it is possible that the upcoming model will come in red. While the current one is available in three color variants—gold, silver, and gray—red looks interesting, too.

Nonetheless, HTC One M8 trademark’s edge-to-edge screen and round corners won’t get away from this blurred image. And, looking at authentic past of @eveleaks, we can say something is cooking.

Lately, HTC has officially launched the HTC One M8. It features 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm MSM8974AB Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB RAM with Adreno 330 GPU, 5-inch Super LCD3 capacitive touch screen with 1920x1080p resolution, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, HTC Sense 6 UI, duo camera and runs on the Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS.

At the end of the day, it’s still too early to confirm if this is really the HTC One M8 Ace variant. The device posted remains a mystery. What do you think of the leak? What would you like to see in the upcoming model?

Source: @eveleaks

2 COMMENTS

  1. I had to cop the m8 cause my old sensation was literally hanging on by a thread. But once the m8 Max drops I’m definitely swapping for it! I can’t stand Samsung & it’s cheap plastic handsets, annoying software & totally artificial pictures it takes. Which is why I’ve been waiting for a HTC phablet I just hope HTC doesn’t screw this one up. They really dropped the ball last year with the max. Old software,bogus finger print scanner & 4 crying out loud ok ok we get it already you’ve made your point with the whole ultra megapixel thing already. If you insist on staying stuck in your ways even though I think they should totally go for a killer 13 or higher meagapixel can y’all at least do a 8 ultra megapixel?? Jeez! My 3yr olds leapfrog tablet takes better pics than this M8.
    I’m trying 2 stay loyal here HTC but y’all aren’t doing nobody any favors by giving us the same ol 4ultra mp’s! I bet Apple’s phablet won’t have a lousy camera

  2. “My 3yr olds leapfrog tablet takes better pics than this M8.”
    Exactly…very funny too!
    Yeah, for me the M8 is so vertical, like the iPhone 5, that it’s not a very effective 5″ screen. the added height does little unless you go horizontal mode for movies. for 95% of everything I do, viewing documents, email, images and webpages, the relatively narrow screen is a limiting factor. The build is fantastic however, and the screen is quite nice.
    for the M8, I’d love to see a less “tall” aspect ratio, and maybe something just under 6″ diagonal.
    I agree with the first poster, ditch that stupid 4mp ultrasensor already. And the goofy focus thing seems like something for teenagers, not professionals that are dropping $700 for this. Also, this is a small point, but the loudest shutter sound that you can get out of that camera is the tiniest little “clik”…complete3ly inaudible unless you are in a silent room by yourself.

    When do we speculate that this might show up? I’m about to send my M8 back because for $700 I should be blown away- and I’m not.
    If it was waterproof, and included an on-board file manager to deal with the limitations set up by KitKat on the microSD card, I’d be happy.

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