TAOYUAN, Taiwan – The successor to the HTC One, rumoured to be called HTC Two or HTC M8, will bring a dual-sensor camera setup.
The dual-sensor setup could assist in auto-focusing faster, removing noise from low-light pictures, or providing 3D image and video capture. Moreover, the proximity and light sensors have been now reposition to the right, compared to HTC One.
The navigation keys still look to be capacitive in the picture, instead of the on-screen buttons rumored earlier. But according to sources, this might be an HTC Two prototype used for testing. There is a home key in the trio whereas the One has a HTC logo in the middle.
The HTC M8 or HTC Two is rumored to have a 5” display with a full HD LCD, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, and will run on Android 4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense 6.