HTC M8 aka The All New One Appears On 12 Mins Video: Leak Update

    By Vivek
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    The original HTC One has already been awarded the best smartphone of the year at the International Mobile World Congress 2014 event which was held in Barcelona, Spain last week. At the event, the company also announced its latest Desire smartphones while the most awaited M8 aka The All New One didn't get announced at the show.

    HTC M8 aka The All New One Appears On 12 Mins Video: Leak Update

     

    But not to worry, the company might announce the device on March 25, according to the recent reports. Moreover, the device has been leaked several times in the past and now a 12 minutes long video of the same smartphone has appeared on YouTube which confirms most of the leaked and rumored specs of the device.

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    As said earlier, the video pretty much confirms most of the things we heard about the All New One until now. You can see a Sense 6.0 UI with Android 4.4 KitKat, on-screen buttons, MicroSD card support, a twin-sensor rear camera with dual-LED flash, and a dual speakers on the front.

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    Apart from these, the rumored specs consist of 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.

    HTC is also working on the Butterfly S successor called by the name GLU2.

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