Rumors are going around that the next HTC flagship phone, which everyone is calling by the name of HTC One Up, could be ultimately known as the "All New HTC One", according to a poster advert placed outside a Phones 4U store in the U.K.
There has been no end to rumors surrounding coming of the HTC One 2. The flagship smartphone, currently known by its development name-the HTC M8, is still a mystery, as far as its branding is concerned. There have been reports in the media that that HTC would be keeping the name from 2013's popular handset for its 2014 flagship, and once again a poster leak hints at the "All New HTC One" branding.
Today, a poster advertisement placed, just outside a Phone4U store, re-confirmed that the HTC One (2014) will be known by the name of All New HTC One. Consequently, the poster ad also confirms that HTC will indeed launch the device on March 25. However, the mystery remains unsolved till the time we get to know all the juicy details around its worldwide release date and the retail availability.
Taiwan's smartphone maker HTC left no stones unturned to make sure that the device gets a rocking start in a retail environment. The handset won't get launch under the M8 development name that is for sure. We've seen HTC One 2014, One Up, One +, One 2, but it appears that the "All New HTC One "would be the final marketing name.
HTC One 2- All We Know So Far
Multiple reports seem to suggest that the HTC M8 will arrive with a slightly large display (roughly) at 5-inches. The design and form factor will likely to be same as the original version.
More recently, the device made its debut on eBay, and as expected some screenshots of the retail box revealed all most every possible details of the device.
Make no mistake, the HTC One 2 will come with a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, microSD card support up to 128GB. Moreover, the Android 4.4 Kitkat powered handset will have dual facing rear-facing camera set up, and a 5MP front-facing shooter.
HTC will be unveiling its 2014's flagship device on March 25 in New York. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!