The much anticipated second generation HTC One which is rumoured to debut in early 2014 will have a moniker 'HTC One Two' says the new report from US.

Popular American business publication, Forbes has claimed that the new HTC One Two will make its debut around March 2014 and revealed that the new flagship smartphone will boast of 4.9-inch display, a Qualcomm chipset, Android operating system, separate swappable lens for low and bright light conditions and a finger-print sensor.

The magazine quoting a market analyst reports that the HTC One Two will probably hold a price-tag of around $600 (roughly around ₹37,120 in Indian denomination).

Though the key specifications of HTC One Two revealed by Forbes are enough to excite HTC fans, many tech pundits have doubts whether the new HTC phone's rumoured features, which are just incremental than innovative, will be able to turn the company's financial fortunes and give a stiff fight to the market leaders Samsung and Apple.

Rumoured specifications of HTC One (2014) aka HTC One Two:

Model HTC One (2014) aka HTC One Two (Codename : M8)
Display 4.9-inch display [either full HD (1920x1080p) with 440+ ppi (pixels per inch) pixel density or QHD (2556x1440p) resolutions with 560 ppi]
OS Android v4.4 KitKat OS
Processor Either 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 or 2.5GHz Snapdragon 805 chipset
Storage capacity Expected to come in 16GB/32GB/64GB
Camera Main: 10.0-UltraPixel main camera with separate swappable lens for low and bright light conditionsFront: 2.1-megapixel camera
Battery Around 3000 mAh or more
Add-ons Finger-print sensor, Beats audio speakers, microSD card slot