If a new report coming out of Bloomberg is to be believed, the HTC One successor (known as the HTC One+) will feature a slightly bigger display panel and a unique twin sensor camera. There’s no word on what else the smartphone will feature, but previous reports have hinted that the handset will come with a Snapdragon 800 SoC and other flagship grade hardware. The dual camera arrangement on the handset, which will also go by the Ultrapixel moniker, will reportedly be used in order to improve the overall image quality as well as depth of field and focusing.
It has been rumored in the past that the HTC One successor will sport a 5 inch 1080p display, so the report doesn’t surprise us. However, a 1080p display in 2014 sounds quite underwhelming given the number of flagship devices launching this year with a 2K 2560 x 1440 resolution. So we’re not sure if the 1080p display on the new HTC flagship will manage to convince potential buyers. The smartphone is also reported to feature Android 4.4 KitKat with the new Sense 6 user interface and at least 32GB of storage with a decently sized battery.
Via: Cult of Android