The HTC One M8 Prime, a much talked about premium handset from the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer that has yet to actually debut or seen in the flesh in the form of a leaked photo (although a 3D render has been spotted before), is reportedly canceled according to Twitter personality @evleaks. So far, we have discovered that the HTC One M8 Prime is supposed to have arrived with a Snapdragon 810 processor alongside 3GB RAM with a 5.5” Quad HD (2560 x 1440 resolution) display that is carefully included into a special, aluminium-silicon composite body that delivers that truly premium form factor.
In fact, there were certain quarters who feel that the HTC One M8 Prime was concocted in order to succeed from where the HTC One M7 Max left off. I suppose none of this is meant to be, although it would be a pity then considering how other leaks do mention about an enlarged camera lens which most probably meant the ability to capture better looking photos. Even better than the vanilla HTC One M8? Probably, who knows? Assuming the HTC One M8 Prime is canceled, we will never be able to find out the truth anyways. Only time will tell whether this rumor will end up otherwise.