Thanks to the clear rendering images attached to the giveaway page, we know the phone looks practically the same as the HTC One (M7) as a more affordable plastic variant. What's more, the handset will come in black, white, blue and red options.
The full monty
The page also reconfirmed the earlier reports that the handset would come with similar hardware specs as the HTC One (M8).
This includes a Snapdragon 801 processor, single 13MP rear camera, 5MP front-facing shooter and BoomSound front-facing speakers.
On the software side, the HTC One (M8) Ace is also listed to adopt some of the One (M8) software features including an Extreme Power Saving mode. Users will also be able use Motion Launch gestures to unlock the phone by double tapping the screen.
While the HTC One (M8) Ace Vogue Edition may not feature the same metal build as the HTC One (M8) or One Mini 2, it has a high-end hardware and feature set. Now the question is if its price will make it truly competitive with the Samsung Galaxy S5. If so, HTC might have a chance to take on the smartphone.
Stay tuned to June 3 when we'll get all the official details about the HTC One (M8) Ace and our hands-on with the device.
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