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More HTC One 2 pictures leak showing off upcoming handset

The HTC One M8 leaks are coming thick and fast as yet more claimed HTC One 2 pictures appear showing off the upcoming phone.

With a mass of recent HTC One 2 rumours all suggesting the phone will feature a brushed metal design largely similar to that found on last year’s original HTC One offering, the new leaks have backed up further teased images that have surfaced in recent days.

According to the latest leaked shots, the inbound HTC One 2 will sport a body markedly similar to last year’s model, albeit with a larger 5-inch display that slots in thanks in large to a heavily reduced bezel.

Further freeing up space for a bigger screen, the phone’s formerly soft-touch Android controls have once again been teased as making way for new, digital, on-screen options.

Around back there are a few further changes, with a dual-lens camera being introduced to aid the phone’s focusing and metering capabilities. The second, smaller lens looks set to be located directly above the primary, Ultrapixel sensor.

Although not shown in the leaked images, recent HTC One 2 rumours have claimed the phone will be powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, with the 5-inch, 1080p Full HD to line up alongside Google’s latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS.

Despite MWC 2014 being just weeks away and offering a potential high-profile launch platform for the phone, it has been suggested that the HTC One 2 release date will be held separately in mid-March.

Far from the only high-profile phone to be set to make an appearance in the coming weeks, the eagerly awaited Samsung Galaxy S5 is believed to be heading for a formal unveiling on February 24.

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Via: HKAndroid

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