We seriously hope HTC has something special up its sleeve next week, since at this stage we know almost everything there seemingly is to know about its next flagship.
We’re again getting a glimpse at HTC One Two specs, this time thanks to Chinese telecommunications certification authority Tenna.
Over on tenna.com.cn, the HTC One Two, or "HTC M8t" as it’s called here, is plain for all to see.
Incidentally, it’s still not clear what this new guy will be called, commercially. HTC One Two? HTC Two? HTC One 2014? The New HTC One? The All New One?
In any case, HTC M8t specs include a 5in 1080p display, which is a 0.3in increase over the 4.7in HTC One, though with an identical resolution. HTC won’t be going 2K just yet, apparently.
The HTC M8t is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, which is as good as it gets for Qualcomm right now. The same chip of course powers the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2.
Other HTC M8t specs include 2GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB internal storage augmentable via microSD, and KitKat Android 4.4.2.
Somewhat confusingly, the HTC M8t camera is listed as 16MP and 4MP. The handset is expected to come with dual-camera sensors, but it remains to be seen how that’ll work exactly. Presumably UltraPixels will be involved in some capacity.
We’ll get the full story when the HTC One Two launches on March 25. See you next Tuesday, as they say.