It's the season of flagship phones, and Taiwan's HTC seems pretty confident about its future lineup. Although the company embarrassed some by not showing off the successor of HTC One at this year's MWC tech event; however, like others we are looking forward to March 25.
We already know the HTC One 2 will be officially launched on March 25. We also know by now that HTC is bad at keeping secrets. The phone, HTC One 2, was spotted few days back in a series of leaked images. Today, a member of HardForums, who claims to have seen the purported device, posted sensational images of the"All New HTC One".
According to the leakster, the device was an evaluation version. He also informs that the silver colored HTC One 2 is taller and thinner than the original handset.
Furthermore, the front-facing camera is 4-megapixels. Even though the running software on the device was buggy, yet the phone was supremely faster than the Samsung Galaxy S4 Play Edition.
The HTC One was a great phone at launch, featuring an exceptionally intriguing camera and dual-frontal speakers. However, due to poor marketing, the phone failed to click with mainstream consumers. Now Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is once again ready to launch the all new HTC One on March 25. HTC will be facing tough competition from the likes of Samsung, Sony, and end number of Chinese handset manufacturers, notably, Oppo, amongst others.
The HTC One 2 will unlikely to get a face lift, in respect to design or form factor. The phone, as per latest rumors, will be slightly taller and thinner than its predecessor. In terms of its spec sheet, the HTC One 2 will be seen flaunting a 5-inch Full HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 4-megapixel rear-facing camera, another 2MP shooter on the rear-front , a powerful 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and lastly a large battery fitted inside. The handset will run Android 4.4 Kitkat with HTC's native UI layer ( BlinkFeed) on top of the OS.
HTC will be holding its much anticipated event on March 25, where the company will indeed announce the "All New HTC One"
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