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HTC One M8 Plus to host G3 mimicking QHD display?

The HTC One M8 Plus has been teased once again, with latest reports suggesting the handset will feature a QHD display.

Echoing the visual abilities of the recently confirmed LG G3, the currently unconfirmed HTC One M8 Plus will reportedly build on the One M8’s premium brushed metal design with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution display of its own.

Citing unnamed “sources familiar with HTC’s plans,” 9to5Google has hinted that the HTC One M8 Plus will be a true powerhouse of the smartphone space, pairing its QHD panel with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM.

What’s more, despite feature a display smaller than the 5.5-inch unit found on the rival G3, the M8 Plus will reportedly run the same dual-lens snapper as the flagship M8. The HTC One Mini 2 launched earlier this month with a more traditional single lens camera.

Although HTC has yet to offer any formal indication as to the existence of such a device, the anonymous sources have suggested the handset will be unveiled around late August or early September.

The HTC One M8 Plus will not be on its own either, with a plastic bodied HTC One M8 Advance also tipped for launch.

According to the latest leaks, the ‘Advance’ will be a more accessible HTC handset that packs all the same specs as the HTC One M8 Plus, just within a cheaper, plastic body.

It is currently unclear if the two devices will be available in the same markets simultaneously or target different territories.

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