The launch of the HTC One Two (or HTC M8 or HTC One+ or whatever we’re calling it) is likely just a few weeks away, the HTC One having launched around a year ago just before Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013.
As such, purported HTC One Two specs continue to trickle through, and the latest rumour suggests it might be the first HTC handset to banish capacitive buttons and chuck them on the screen.
That’s the word according to twitter-based leak machine @evleaks, a chap/chapess with a pretty decent track record.
It’s not exactly a game changer, but means the Taiwanese could – if true – reduce the size of the HTC One Two’s bezel (check out Nikolai Prettner's concept above), bezel generally being a bad word where smartphones and tablets are concerned.
Other rumoured HTC One Two specs include a 5in 1080p display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2-3GB of RAM, and an UltraPixel rear camera.
Meanwhile, the jury’s still out on that second hole on the back of the HTC One Two, with some suggesting it’s a rear fingerprint scanner (shades of the HTC One Max), while others – more sensibly – propose that it’s a second rear camera.
With the Samsung Galaxy S5 almost certainly launching in March, the HTC One Two could quite easily steal the show at MWC 2014. How it fares in terms of sales is another question altogether.