There seems to be nothing that HTC can do to stop detail pictures of The All-New HTC One from leaking out. @evleaks has now posted a new leaked picture that gives us our best look yet at the new flagship device’s dual rear-facing cameras, which HTC will likely tout as a major differentiator when it unveils the device on March 25th. Cameras have become a hot point of competition for many smartphone manufacturers, especially after Nokia threw down the gauntlet last year when it unleashed the Lumia 1020′s amazing 41-megapixel camera onto the world. HTC has long ago stopped playing the megapixel game, however, and leaked specs for The All New HTC One indicate that HTC is referring to its dual-camera setup only as an “UltraPixel” camera. @evleaks’ closeup of The All New HTC One’s cameras follows below. More →
On Monday, a leaked video appeared showing The All New HTC One in all its dual-camera, metal unibody, BoomSound-equipped glory. However, the leaker made a grievous error while showing off HTC’s new flagship phone: He left the International Mobile Station Equipment Identity (IMEI) number and his own on-screen email address exposed long enough for HTC to identify them and now HTC is going after him with guns blazing. More →
The All New HTC One (also known as the HTC M8) has starred in a lengthy pre-release 12-minute hands-on video that was recorded in mid February and published on YouTube on Sunday. The video, posted initially by YouTube user GadgetReviews, has been pulled, but a copy of it has been reuploaded since. The clip reveals that the handset will indeed pack a microSD slot, a feature not present in previous HTC flagship devices including the HTC One. “Expandability is the key to our consumers,” HTC’s Jack Yang told CNET in a late February interview, hinting that the HTC is reconsidering microSD support for its devices, and it looks like the feature is almost confirmed for the new HTC One. More →
There will be very little mystery to the All-New HTC One when it launches next month. In addition to the multiple leaked pictures we’ve already seen, @evleaks has now posted a leaked press shot of the device that clearly shows AT&T’s branding on the rear casing. Other than that, the leaked image pretty much shows us everything else we’ve already seen about the All New HTC One including its dual rear-facing cameras, on-screen buttons and light sensors that have been shifted over to the right-hand side of the phone next to the front-facing camera. HTC will formally unveil the All New HTC One on March 25th. Reported specs for the device include a Snapdragon MSM8974 2.3GHz processor, a 5-inch 1080p display, 2GB RAM, an UltraPixel rear-facing camera, a 2.1MP front-facing camera, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac connectivity, and Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense 6.0. @evleaks’ picture follows below. More →
With more than three weeks to go until HTC unveils the HTC M8, expected to be called The All New One, more blurry images showing the silver version of the handset have been published online, this time by a HardForum user who had a chance to actually use a test device a friend of his had on hand. More →
HTC is primarily known for two things: Amazing hardware and godawful marketing. Although HTC’s head honchos last year vowed to step up the company’s game in the marketing department, the ads we’ve seen ever since they made that pledge haven’t been an improvement. In fact, they may have been even worse.