Taiwan based handset manufacturer HTC is clearly in love with the design of the HTC One. Not only was the design used for the HTC One Mini and is expected to be blown up with the HTC One Max, the next Windows Phone flavored smartphone from the manufacturer will also look like the HTC One according to a new rumor. It's not a bad idea for HTC to do this considering the public's positive response to the design.
According to the latest speculation, the HTC Harmony will be launched in November. Besides the resemblance to the HTC One, the device will feature the same 4.7 inch Super LCD 3 glass found on the Android flagship. And thanks to the GDR3 update on the phone, the unit will feature a 1080 x 1920 FHD display which leads to an industry leading 468ppi pixel density. Other specs allegedly include 2GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 is said to be driving the phone, which will also feature a 4 UltraPixel rear camera and a 2300mAh cell keeping the lights on.
As exciting as this sounds to Windows Phone and HTC fans, keep in mind that this is information coming from an untested source, so you might want to cast a wary eye on the information. And if your eye can't get wary, there is always the grain of salt that you could take this story with.
source: WindowsPhoneBlogging, Neowin via UnwiredView