HTC-One 2 / HTC M8 Concept Video

The second iteration of the HTC-One, which according to @evleaks is known internally at HTC as the HTC M8 and is known online as the HTC-One 2, has gotten a pretty nifty concept video from the folks at TechRadar. While the video is just that, a fan-concept video that is in no way, shape or form official, it is a great concept video from a media outlet that knows HTC well and appears to take into consideration images that @evleaks allege are the first actual images of components of the device, as well as leaks that revealed some of the M8’s specs.

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In the concept video the HTC-One 2 / M8 features a slimmer design, a 5-inch end to end screen with with 2560×1440 “2k” resolution, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU, 3GB of RAM, a 10MP “UltraPixel” camera, a 4000mAh battery and will be the first device to run HTC Sense 6, HTC’s overlay on Android 4.4.

While it is only a concept video, The HTC-One 2/M8 is expected to hit store shelves early next year, and will in all likelihood sport specs that are not too far off from this, although the battery may be a bit of wishful thinking by TechRadar in my opinion.

We will have more on the HTC-One 2 /M8 as soon as it becomes available. How close do you think TechRadar’s educated guess is going to be to the real thing? What would you like the final name to be?

[Source: TechRadar via Android Authority]
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  1. Hoàng Vững
    December 12, 2013

    Concept always concept :D, the spec seems to be unreal 🙂

  2. Airyl
    December 13, 2013

    Can’t it just be HTC Two? One Two sounds pretty accurate, but it’s just weird.

  3. Peter
    December 13, 2013

    Keep on dreaming with those specs…
    HTC is sinking and it has to make phones with largest profit margins possible…
    Specs are probably gonna be
    Fhd 5″
    4mp camera
    Aluminum body
    2gb ram
    2600 mah (maybe 3000!)

  4. Mitu
    December 13, 2013

    So where is the fingerprint scanner? No 64-bit SOC from Qualcomm? Then it might be a real HTC Two. This one you can really call a HTC 1.2 (one point two) because of the little hardware updates 😉
    Too bad the One Max didn’t have the looks of the original One. I hope when the One Max 2 comes out it more looks the same like this one.