Latest information on the HTC One (M8) Prime and the Nexus 8

Latest information on the HTC One (M8) Prime and the Nexus 8
One of our loyal PhoneArena readers has passed along some interesting information to us. The tips all relate to HTC devices, and we suggest that you take these with the proverbial grain of salt. You might recall that at the end of last month, we passed along a report that the HTC One (M8) Prime had been cancelled. This was to be a premium version of the HTC One (M8) with a larger screen and a resolution of 1440 x 2560. Other specs included 3GB of RAM, a quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU, LTE-A Cat. 6 connectivity and a Duo Camera set up on the back.

Our tipster tells us that the HTC One (M8) Prime is indeed a dead duck. But he also adds that a new flagship will be available from HTC in the second half of this year. It will feature a 5.2 inch screen, and replaces the HTC One max on the company's depth chart, which is all we know about it for now.

The last bit of information deals with the rumored HTC built Nexus 8 tablet. Our source says not to expect to see the slate introduced at Google I/O at the end of this month. Instead, the Nexus 8 will be introduced at another event later in the year.

Thanks anonymous tipster!

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