AT&T-bound HTC M8 with 1080p display outed by UAprof file
We still may not have an exact size of the HTC M8’s display, but thanks to HTC’s official UAprof (user agent profile) file for the device we now know that it will sport a 1920×1080 resolution. While not explicitly called out in the UAprof file, the URL structure on HTC’s servers indicated that the handset is slated for AT&T’s network, partially confirming the rumor that the HTC M8 would launch on four major US service providers. Display resolution is typically the most interesting hardware feature mentioned in a user agent profile since the information in the file is used determine messaging and multimedia capabilities of a handset, but the file also confirms that the HTC M8 will be running Android 4.4 at launch.
It’s been hard to nail down any definitive specs for the HTC M8, but rumors suggest that the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, with 2GB of RAM, an improved dual-sensor UltraPixel rear camera, fingerprint scanner and 2,900 mAh battery. HTC is expected to unveil the HTC M8 sometime in February before a March retail launch. The official launch name of the HTC M8 is still up in the air, but source close to the project has indicated that it will simply be named the HTC One.