HTC One+ aka One Two coming in March with dual UltraPixel camera, Snapdragon 805 processor and larger display (update)

Find the update at the bottom of the post.

We have been hearing about HTC One's successor codenamed M8 from a long time. The smartphone was first reported to launch as HTC One Two, later on a new report suggested that it won't be called One Two, but One+. Now, Bloomberg is reporting that the One Two (for now, since the name is not yet final) will be launched in March, following an MWC debut in late-February. 

HTC One Two rear panel

According to Bloomberg insider, the upcoming second-generation One will come with a larger screen, say 5-inches along with latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and Quad-HD display.

The smartphone is also reported to come with a dual-sensor camera with improved UltraPixel technology. This matches with earlier Forbes report, which claimed that One Two will have two sensors, one for low-lighting and the other for high.

Bloomberg also reports that the new sensors will provide improved auto-focus, image quality and depth of field. No word on resolutions of the sensors. 

HTC M8 case

In related to the news, some alleged cases said to be of HTC M8 has been discovered online. As you can see in the image, the rear part of the case has total of three cutouts.

One with medium size on the top might be for the rumoured fingerprint scanner, the other small one is for the LED flash and the biggest one beneath both the cutouts could be for above mentioned dual UltraPixel cameras, one for low and other for high-lighting.

Cases for pre-release phones are a bit hit-and-miss. So, its better to take the whole case story with a pinch of salt. But to remind you, the case design somewhat matches with earlier leaked image of rear panel of HTC M8 (image above).

Update: According to an User Agent Profile, the successor of HTC One will come with a Full HD (1920x1080p) display, rather than 2K Quad-HD display, as rumoured earlier. The smartphone will also come with on-screen buttons rather than physical buttons. 

For your understanding, User Agent Profile (UAProf) files are specification files that often describe the model, screen size and other features of the device before it goes official. Making such a file is not required, but gives a near-official confirmation of a device.

Source - Bloomberg and Alibaba
Via - GSMArena and Pocket-now
Update Source - HTC
Update Via - Evleaks