I’d like to see this photo get debunked: the media world has been in a bit of a frenzy with all the leaks regarding HTC’s next flagship, the HTC M8, flying left right and centre. One leak in particular appeared to show the unannounced HTC device bearing a dual-sensor camera array with dual flash LEDs, but this was quickly shot down on Twitter by HTC’s own Mark Moons, HTC Director in Benelux (see the “photoshopped” image here). Well, today, there has been another leak, and this one is a little harder to dispell. Courtesy of NoWhereElse, the above photo appears to show the HTC M8 dual camera in all its glory, and sure enough, the flash LEDs in this photo appear to differ from those seen in the “photoshopped” image.
While we should still be taking this leak with a grain of salt, the photo does look pretty genuine given the quality of the photo and the fact that the cameras look quite detailed. We have been hearing for some time now that the HTC M8 is expecting a dual-sensor camera which is meant to give budding photographers greater control of focusing their images, even after taking the photo (for more on the technology involved, see our article explaining it here).
This is probably our most conclusive evidence that the HTC M8 dual camera exists, but what do you think about this leak: do you think it is real? And can you see the benefits of utilizing this dual-camera system? Let us know what you think in the comments.