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HTC M8 gets caught in a real life photograph!

HTC's upcoming smartphone and the so called successor model to their previous year's front runner, HTC M8, also known as One 2 or One+ has now been pouring out from the Twitter media in a live image surfacing the purported handset's back side.

We are hearing pretty lot on this specific unannounced and rumored smartphone device, where we first saw our Editor Mustafa Ahmed scoring it up with some leaked images of for the metal chassis, benchmarks, 3D printed renders and claims of it to be dubbed as the upcoming One 2, heard about it's rumored specifications and reports of it to be named as the One+, witnessed the unit's cases that will fit in the codenamed M8 and finally getting it's screen pixels count confirmed.

This time around we the smartphone itself facing it's rear panel, where stars in rumors of the past, suggesting the chances of two primary camera lenses on the back with dual-LED flash now seems to be a real deal. Other specs from the phone is expected to include Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 processor and an Adreno 330 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), five-inches screen of 1080 pixels resolution display, 2 gigabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), couple of main cameras of the 'Ultrapixels' kind, reportedly eight megapixels primary cameras with a 2.1 megapixels front facer. The handset is also said to to feature on screen or software buttons (as seen from the Google's Nexus devices), which is gossiped to launch in New York, Unites States at the Taiwanese company's event soon, where the availability may extend to next month, March.