All New HTC One Appears In New Hands-On Video & Another Image Gallery
I don’t know about you, but I think I might be tired of seeing the “All New HTC One” when it gets its official unveiling later this month. The new device has again been leaked in a “quick review” video uploaded to YouTube, which showcases some of the handset’s design changes and its KitKat software.
Alongside the two-minute clip, the handset has appeared in yet another high-quality image gallery.
The video isn’t all that clear, unfortunately — but of course, we already know what the All New HTC One is going to look like. If you’ve somehow forgotten, there’s a gallery at the bottom of this post which has crisp, clear images of the device from every angle.
The new HTC One — which is codenamed the “M8” internally — will be unveiled at an event in New York City on Tuesday, March 25. In addition to a larger 5-inch display, the device is expected to boast a Snapdragon 800 processor, improved BoomSound speakers, and two rear-facing cameras. It will also sport a “sleeker” unibody aluminum design.
Earlier today, we got our first glimpse at the new handset’s official case, which features small holes that provide users with a glimpse at the display. We also learned that the new HTC One will be available as a Google Play Edition device with stock Android, free from HTC’s Sense user interface.