The successor of HTC One M8 is HTC Hima coming in March, rumors say

HTC Hima will go official in March 2015

New rumors reveal more details about the next flagship HTC Hima and its variants

HTC One M8 is among the most stunningly looking and capable smartphones released this year. It seems like yesterday when back in spring the phone was officially unveiled and the rumor mill is already delivering leaks and gossips about its successor. The next flagship of the Taiwanese manufacturer is expected to have a new name, different from the last two models. The HTC Hima is the codename of the device that is scheduled for debut in March 2015, if rumors turn out to be true.

According to recent leak shared by @upleaks the new addition of HTC sports a 5-inch screen, 1080p. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip with 64-bit architecture working in configuration with 3GB RAM. The main snapper of the model is a 20.7MP sensor. It has a 2840mAh battery that takes care for the capabilities of the phone to work throughout the whole day. The newest information that leaked on the web reveals an inside document that sheds more light on the availability of the HTC Hima and gives the clue that there will be different variants of the flagship.

As expected the HTC Hima will be widely released in the US by all the four major mobile operators. The document includes a device named HTC Hima Ultra that will come to Verizon and AT&T. Although the specs of the phone are not revealed, the expectations suggest that it might be the successor of One Max. HTC Hima Ace is included in the document as well. This might be the successor of HTC One E8. The company is working on a Windows Phone-powered variant of the upcoming flagship, too. The operating system of HTC Hima is expected to be Android 5.0 Lollipop with Sense 7.0 UI.

As we mentioned above, the smartphone should enter the mobile arena in March next year. We have plenty of time for rumors and leaks until the HTC Hima goes official. What are your expectations about the device?

 

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