HTC’s new flagship could be called the HTC One+, if details released on @evleaks are anything to go by.
Judging by the name and accompanying list of leaked specifications the device, formerly known as the HTC M8, won’t be too dissimilar to the HTC One.
Should the rumours prove to be true the handset will boast a 5-inch Full HD display, HTC’s UltraPixel camera and a 2.1 front-facing lens, as well as a large 2900mAh battery, Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU and 2GB of RAM.
It is also thought the HTC One+ will come with Google’s new Android KitKat software overlaid with HTC Sense 6.0.
These welcome changes to processing and battery power and screen size, plus the addition of a microSD slot for memory expansion, make the One+ a very appealing proposition indeed.
It’s important to remember that HTC is yet to confirm any details around the handset including a release date, but its highly likely the One+ could make its debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.