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HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol

February 4th, 2014 | by Kelvin |



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Nikola Sokol has tried to envision the way the HTC M8 is going to look like when it debuts this month or the next. This HTC One follow-up, also known as HTC One Plus or HTC One 2014 has yet to be announced and from what we’ve heard its design will be pretty similar to the predecessor’s.

HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol

The HTC M8 is said to come with a 5 inch Full HD screen, or maybe a 2K one. It will also have Android 4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense 6.0 on top and an 8 ultrapixel camera, probably. From what I can see here, the device is much wider and so are its speakers at the top and bottom. Its screen bezel is smaller now and at the back we’ve got a fingerprint scanner below the cam.

HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol

I can’t tell if those two dots are camera flashes or if one of them is an infrared emitter like on the LG G Flex. Keep in mind this is more of a sketch than a proper concept, so don’t go criticizing it just yet. By the way, I’m also expecting a Snapdragon 805 CPU here and 2 GB of RAM or maybe even more.

HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol

HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol

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  1. One Response to “HTC One 2014 aka M8 Imagined by Nikola Sokol”

  2. By Nikola Sokol on Feb 4, 2014 | Reply

    Hi :)

    Width is the same as on One, but bezels are smaller, so it looks like wider device.
    Speakers are wider, idea was to put 4 speakers , two on top and two on bottom. Ont top there would be camera between them, and on bottom htc logo, but i decide to remove the logo and put one wide speaker.
    Infrared emitter will be on top of the device, and those two dots are dual xenon flash :D.

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