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NewsPoster May 19, 2014 12:43 PM
HTC One M8 rumored to gain updated display, improved specifications
Samsung may not be the only company producing a "<a href=" upgraded.galaxy.s5/" rel='nofollow'>Prime</a>" version of a smartphone, as a new rumor claims HTC will be doing the same for its <a href="" rel='nofollow'>HTC One M8</a>. Just as suggested for the Galaxy S5 Prime, the HTC One M8 Prime will have a Quad HD 1,440x2,560 display measuring 5.5 inches, larger than the rumored Samsung device, and equaling that of <a href=" .in.lg.g3/" rel='nofollow'>LG's</a> upcoming flagship. <br />
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It is believed the smartphone will be waterproof, in part due to an aluminum and liquid silicone composite for the main body, according to <a href="" rel='nofollow'>the</a> <em>@evleaks</em> Twitter account. It is also claimed the Prime will use a quad-core Snapdragon 805 clocked at 2.5GHz with 3GB of RAM, and it will be the first HTC device that will offer Category 6 LTE-A connectivity. Potential launch dates for the device are unknown. <br />
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<div align='center'><img class='mobile-img' src='' width='500' height='448' alt='HTC One M8' border='0' /><br/><span class='minor2'>HTC One M8</span></div><br />
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The latest collection of leaks stems from comments made by Jeff Gordon, the senior global online communications manager for HTC. Gordon <a href="" rel='nofollow'>posted</a> on Twitter that a well-known leader had been "completely wrong" about two leaks, warning "Be careful where you get your news." @evleaks posted the extra information about the Prime shortly after this declaration, though Gordon later <a href="" rel='nofollow'>claimed</a> his comment "wasn't even referring to the person who assumed it was about him. Ego run amok." <br />
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Gordon previously commented about earlier <a href="" rel='nofollow'>M8 rumors</a> from HTC, thanking @evleaks for the "enthusiasm for HTC and ongoing offers for free PR," and was behind the taking down of a <a href=" .video/" rel='nofollow'>leaked video</a> outlining all of the device's features.
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