HTC ONE M8 EYE Carries HTC M8E model number appear in TENNA
We already heard about HTC ONE M8 Eye a lot and now people get bored and they are interested to see the handset physically rather than listing the rumors and news. But here we have good news for the readers about the handset. The handset HTC One M8 Eye appears in TENAA database and TENAA gives the approval certificate to the handset. It means the handset is ready to hit the markets soon. According to TENAA the handset carries HTC M8Ew model number. This handset is the modest version of HTC ONE M8 and has the similar specifications.
A few changes found in the handset such as camera and network frequencies and band it supports. It is also rumor that the handset is only made for Indian and Chinese markets. The new upcoming handset GSM,TD-SCDMA,TD-LTE, the networks technologies used in China while the other one HTC M8Ew supports GSM,TD-LTE,WCDMA for India.
According to the TENAA database the handset will hit the Indian market in various colors like gold, gray, blue, silver, red and orange and the Chinese market will only get the handset in silver, Gold and black color. The new handset measures 146.36 × 70.61 × 9.45 mm in dimensions and has 157 grams weight. The handset has 5.2 inches large display. Remaining hardware specifications are similar to HTC ONE M8.
After a long time the new handset will come with 13 mega pixel rear camera for fulfilling all the photographic aspects. The front facing camera is 5 mega pixels. The Smartphone will be equipped with quad-core 2.3 GHz processor with Snapdragon 801 chipset and 2 GB of RAM. The handset supports 16 GB on board memory which can be extended externally via microSD card up to 64 GB. The handset is typical Android based handset so it runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat operating system.
For now we have only this information with us. The price and the release date of the handset are still under the hood it is expected that HTC reveals these details in the upcoming event which is to be held on 8th October. Till then we have to wait and cross the finger for the good news.