When you look at some of the most recent flagship devices HTC has put out on the market, not only are they similar in terms of design but also when it comes to their names. But as the Taiwanese phone maker is struggling to stay relevant in this cutthroat business, it seems that they plan to come up with a different name for their upcoming next best smartphone.
The next flagship from the struggling Taiwanese manufacturer will be named simply HTC O2, instead of being called the One M10. Double digit naming seems to be an area where phone makers don’t want to go and HTC too has decided that it’s time for a big rebranding.
The name does sound nice, but HTC might encounter some problems in the UK with O2, the second-largest mobile telecommunications provider in the country. The upcoming flagship is going to be a revamp not just when it comes to its name, but also regarding its hardware and maybe its design. Here are a couple of the rumored specs that the handset could feature:
- 6-inch QHD display
- Snapdragon 820 chipset
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB/128GB of built-in storage
- 3,500mAh battery
- 20.7 megapixel rear camera with a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor
- Water and dustproof
- Stereo speakers
HTC badly needs a new impressive device to unleash on the market as it hasn’t been doing that great lately. The upcoming HTC O2 is also said to be followed a few months later one by a smaller, 5-inch version with the same specs.