Until now, HTC hasn't made any headlines when it comes to their smartphones. Even at the time of HTC Butterfly, it was more of a soft launch. But with HTC One set to debut on February 19, things could change drastically. On a daily basis, the Taiwanese giant feeds us with something or other related to HTC One.
It would not be wrong to say that in the recent times HTC One has gathered equal buzz when compared to iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 which looks to be a good sign for the struggling Taiwanese tech giant, who desperately needs a hit phone to prove its existence.
The final countdown has already begun and next four days are utterly crucial for the company. Thanks to @evleaks, HTC One has created its place among the most awaited handsets in the recent times. The new report from the same source, once again established that HTC One will remain company's flagship device.
HTC One - Newest Rumor
The latest rumor says that HTC One will be available in two color options: silver and black . Last week, it was revealed that HTC will abandon standard three -button layout found in standard Android phones. In fact, for the first time, the company will introduce two- button layout with HTC logo embedded in the centre.
Going by the image, it appears to be America centric press shot. The leaked screen shot also gives us a clue about the simultaneous events to be held in New York and London. The American specific screen shot has date, time, and venue of the event.
The folks over at UnwiredView (via- HTC Source) claim that HTC One should be available in the American market as early as next month. All major carriers are geared up for HTC One. The device could be priced at around $200(Rs. 10,865) for 32GB version and $300(Rs. 16,297) for 64GB variant.
What About Specs?
HTC One will be a beast, no doubt about that. It will reportedly arrive with a large 4.7-inch 1080p HD display (468ppi), 2GB of RAM, 1.7GHz Quad Core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 32GB/64GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G LTE, NFC, an unknown camera ( ‘ultra pixels'), Sense 5.0 UI and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. It will come in metal chassis instead of plastic casing.
The big questione which pops up over here is, can HTC One live it up to its name, considering its strong resemblance with an iPhone 5 and recently launched BlackBerry Z10? Gizbot is anxiously waiting for the HTC One - the most hyped HTC device till date to see how it turns out to be. In the meantime, fill up the comments section below with your distinct opinions on the same.