Another week, another leak regarding HTC’s upcoming flagship handset, the All New HTC One. This time around, these clear-as-day pictures come to us courtesy of eBay France seller dummy_store.
From the name, you’d assume that we’re looking at a dummy version of the handset, and you’d be right! This is the replica that will be shown in display units that you’ll see in different retailers. Even so, since it’s based on the real thing, we can still expect to see dual rear-facing cameras with dual LED flash, as well as BoomSound. The new One appears to have on-screen navigation buttons this time around.
If the rumors are correct, the All New HTC One will pack a 5-inch 1080p screen powered by a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor and 2GB of RAM. HTC will continue with its UltraPixel trend, with reports indicating that it will stick with the same 4 megapixels used on the HTC One. While the phone will allegedly carry 16GB of internal storage, it is expandable via a MicroSD card slot, unlike the first One, which had no SD support. Finally, the handset will run Android 4.4.2 KitKat with a new version of HTC’s Sense interface on it.
HTC is scheduled to hold an event on March 25, during which the company will announce the All New HTC One.
- HTC’s Desire 12 and Desire 12 Plus are big on display, low on cost
- Here is everything we know about the HTC U11 Eyes
- Here’s absolutely everything we know about the HTC U12
- Google’s $1.1 billion ‘big bet on hardware’ deal with HTC is final
- Everything you need to know about the HTC Breeze/HTC Desire 12