Looks like folks over at HTC are all ready to launch an impressively loaded device next year as a successor to the current HTC One M8. The One M8's successor, being dubbed as the HTC Hima has made several appearances in the news already. The HTC Hima is expected to come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 (which has already been launched with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A today), 3 GB of RAM and a 5.5 inch full QHD screen. We've also seen the device's front panel posted in an image courtesy of French blogger Steve Hemmerstoffer, who has more news for us today, as it looks like the HTC Hima has been spotted now on Antutu as well.
The HTC Hima has now been spotted on Antutu and the device comes with pretty much everything that we've been telling you about so far. The HTC Hima will be coming with the Snapdragon 810 on board as expected, supplemented by 3 GB of RAM on board. Seems like HTC is looking to keep the screen size on its upcoming flagship small, wit the HTC Hima sporting a 5.0 inch screen this time around. Screen resolution for the HTC Hima remains at Full HD i.e 1920 x 1080.
The GPU on the HTC Hima will be Qualcomm's Adreno 430 and the device will come with Sony's 20.7 MP rear camera sensor. Front camera for the HTC Hima is also impressive, and boasts a resolution of 13.7 MP. And for all of you who're wondering what the HTC Hima looks like, a render of the device has also been leaked. While it doesn't tell much, but hey, something's still better than nothing. Take a look below.
So thats all that we have for you today when it comes to HTC's flagship, the HTC Hima. A shout out to Steve who also believes that the HTC Hima will be coming at next year's CES in January, contrary to earlier reports. Stay tuned. We'll keep you updated.