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HTC M8 appears in a new leak

The HTC's internally codenamed M8 and so called One+ or One 2's news has returned back to our news feed, and this time we have serious doubts on the upcoming unit's dual two-tone LED flash light.

As said earlier, with this new leak pouring in from the tipster's Google+ page, the above LED flash light looks more over like the one we have already seen from a previous leaked photograph, which almost falls in line with an Apple made iPhone 5S's LED fashion. So, we are not yet sure on what we will see going official from the Taiwanese phone maker, HTC, as to what we have seen so far leaking from the M8's pipeline. And this time around, it's not just the LED flash light we are hinting about, we also see a different shade from the handset, appearing to attribute a glossy shade, instead of what that surfaced until date, alongside a dark colored polycarbonate lines on it's back side.

We are yet again witnessing the rumored, talked and leaked, duos set of primary cameras on the back, and the in hand's photo of the unannounced One+ or One 2 from the left side strengthen the reports of the phone to feature it's sensors aside the secondary camera on the front, shifted to the right hand side, changing HTC's habits over times. The HTC made M8 is expected make it's debut next month in New York, United States, as the leakster today suggests a Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, speeding at 2.3GHz, 4.7-inches screen of 1080p resolution display, 2 gigabytes of Random Access Memory, dual rear cameras and a 5 megapixels (Ultrapixels?) front facer, all coming in way.

Source: M Helal (Google+), GSMArena