The speculation calls for the M8 to be equipped with a 5 inch to 5.2 inch screen with 2K resolution, and be powered by a Quacomm Snapdragon 800 processor. 3GB of RAM is rumored to be on board and the phone will carry Sense 6.
Expected to be released sometime in 2014, we can see that look on your face that says that you can't wait until the M8 is given its real name (HTC One Two?) and is ready to be shipped right to your house. HTC is hoping to continue the success it had with the HTC One this year. While the manufacturer is still struggling (the company recently reported its first quarterly operating loss ever and comScan shows that it lost 1.4 percentage points of market share in the U.S. during the Q3), the fault did not lie with the top-shelf model. It was the mid-tier devices that did in HTC this year.
Pictures allegedly of the HTC M8 back cover
source: ePrice (translated) via UnwiredView