The HTC One M8, more commonly referred to as the HTC Two, could be revealed this February and released by March 2014, according The Inquisitr.
The most recent rumor regarding the HTC One M8 is that it will be revealed at the Mobile World Congress next month.
The next HTC phone should come with an upgraded camera, mainly due to the fact that so many people were disappointed with the previous one.
Those who enjoy the current model will probably like the next one. The company is expected to introduce a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution display device at the Mobile World Congress event, according to The Inquisitr.
Leaked images for the phone shows what seems to be either a secondary eyesight for a camera or space for index finger print scanning technology. Neither has been confirmed by the smartphone company yet.
Some experts predict that the HTC One M8 will come with twin UltraPixel cameras that would improve autofocus, depth of focus, and image quality.
Though the smartphone company won't confirm it yet, the device will likely come with a five-inch screen. The phone will likely have a 1080 HD display, but it's not expected to be a curved design, according to The Inquisitr.
Other rumored specs include: a Qualcomm snapdragon processor, 3 GB of RAM, and the device will likely run on KitKat.
The device will likely compete with the rumored Samsung Galaxy S5, which multiple media outlets have said will debut sometime during the first quarter of this year.
The Mobile World Congress will be held from Feb. 24-27, 2014.