More details for HTC M8 Eye surfaced on the Internet

HTC M8 Eye is revealed in new leaks

Next month HTC is holding an event where we expect to see the official debut of the selfie-focused smartphone named HTC Eye. The handset was an object of several leaks and rumors in the last weeks. Yesterday the famous Android developer @LlabTooFeR shared on twitter more details about the unannounced HTC M8 Eye. As the name suggests we are about to see a new variant of the flagship HTC One M8. The handset that we are impatient to see has a new camera that replaces one of the most characteristic features of the model – its UltraPixel 4MP snapper on the back. Instead, HTC armored the upcoming HTC M8 Eye with a 13MP Duo Camera. On the front the new phone sports the same 5MP sensor that is provided in HTC One M8.

The speculations about the M8 Eye suggest that the Taiwanese manufacturer is trying a new approach that will satisfy the expectations of users who are not the biggest fans to the UltraPixel tech. If we summarize the available information for the phone, we have a 5.2-inch device with a resolution of the display 1080p. The new device boasts a larger screen than its sibling packed with 5-inch glass but the difference is not significant. The processor of M8 Eye is a quad-core CPU ticking at 2.3GHz coupled with 2GB RAM. The chip armored in the device is Qualcomm Snapdragon 801. It has 32GB native memory and the possibility to enjoy up to 128GB storage if you expand it via microSD cards.

The latest gossips around the model suggest that it is running on Android 4.4.4 KitKat with Sense 6.0 UI on board. The battery of the new phone is a 2600mAh cell. The leaks we have seen so far do not reveal much about the appearance of the M8 Eye. There is a good chance to see the new model in a similar shell as the flagship. It will go for sales in the end of the next month.

Source: Android Police, @LlabTooFeR, @upleaks

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