After the Nexus 5 was once formally introduced (the most recent essential smartphone to hit the market in 2013) the tech publications at the moment are beginning to discuss concerning the excessive-finish Android-powered smartphones as a way to be launched in 2014. The HTC One successor is one in all them, a smartphone that’s identified internally as HTC M8 and with the intention to reportedly hit the United States market by using the tip of Q1 2014.
A few week in the past we now have offered you a couple of HTC M8 leaked photos coming from China, and if they prove to be ture, the M8 could look a lot like its predecessor, the HTC One.
According to infamous leaker Evan Blass (you probably know him as @evleaks), the HTC One successor will hit all four major US carriers in Q1 2013. As normal, @evleaks knowledge is also correct, making an allowance for that the HTC M8 is predicted to peer the sunshine of day at MWC 2014 in February, or per week or two previous to it.
Although everybody anticipated this 12 months’s HTC One to be the corporate’s savior and enhance their monetary place, the provision issues delayed the flagship’s free up date. Even if the HTC One was once introduced greater than a month earlier than its major rival, the Galaxy S4, the availability shortages made HTC omit the chance to unlock One in the marketplace in advance of S4′s April debut.
Furthermore, Verizon simplest launched the HTC One late August, which additionally made HTC’s revenue go down under expectations. It looks as if issues will likely be completely different in 2014, as a result of @evleaks additionally contains Large Pink within the first wave of HTC M8 releases.
In step with the rumor mill, as a minimum three essential Android-powered flagships will hit the market within the first two quarters of 2014. Along with the HTC M8, Samsung and Sony are anticipated to disclose and unencumber the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z1 successor within the first quarters of 2014, so the Taiwanese firm will as soon as once more have to deal with heavy rivals.