The rumored HTC M8 leaked again today, giving us our clearest look so far at the Taiwanese company’s successor to its flagship One. Two new pictures shared by Russian site HTCFamily show the upcoming device from the front and back.
A photo of the HTC M8’s rear panel reveals a pair of cameras, joining the company’s familiar UltraPixel shooter with a smaller lens placed just above it, as well as what appears to be dual-LED flash. Meanwhile, a simple sketch of the handset’s frontside shows a set of onscreen buttons replacing the One’s capacitive controls as well as what appears to be a set of speakers at the top and bottom of the device.
— HTCFamily.ru (@HTCFamily_RU) February 3, 2014
HTC has yet to confirm it’s even working on a followup to the One, though we don’t expect the company to make a statement until the phone itself is unveiled. Based on one recent report, the M8 will be announced at a press event set for late March in New York, though we won’t know anything for sure until HTC sends out the invitations.