Tap a sleeping HTC One twice to wake it, as well, it seems
Update: Since we published this article, more M8 details have leaked out, including fresh info on the device's hardware specs and software features.
A new leak out of Australia sheds more light on the upcoming version of the HTC One. (Aka the M8.)
First up, a 5-inch display appears to be confirmed. And the new version of Sense is bumped to Sense 6.0 — and will include an LG-like "Knock On" feature wherein you can double-tap the screen to turn the phone on, which should be a great feature given that the power button appears to still be at the top of the phone. Plus, you get the excellent BoomSound unsurprisingly returns in those front-facing speakers.
But the real gem here is the explainer of the two cameras — or Duo Camera.
The info sheet from Australian carrier Telstra reads:
Create vivid images even in low light and professionally edit memories after you've taken the shot. Choose where to focus, highligh what you love, soften backgrounds and add 3D effects.
Plus we get some Aussie pricing — $840 outright, or $92 a month (if my early morning math is right).
Source: GSM Arena