Watch The HTC One M8 Launch Live Webcast Here [VIDEO]

By Akansha

At MWC 2014, mobile maker HTC bagged the best smartphone award for its One handset, and since then the Taiwanese tech firm has been teasing its fans for its upcoming successor due for launch today, ie. March 25. While, the event is simultaneously taking place in New York and London, HTC has promised to livestream it for its Indian and global fans as well.

Popularly known as One 2 dubbed the M8 and also 'One Up,' the soon-to-be-launched HTC One successor has been rumored to come with double-lens camera with depth-of-field feature to replace the need of digital SLRs.


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Further, the HTC M8 is expected to boast an all-metal (airplane grade Aluminum) uni-body with zero-gap design with a big 16MP camera. Tech analysts also have predicted in the past, that the upcoming phone will run on the latest Android KitKat OS flavoured with custom Sense UI along with the latest 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 series CPU.

For those who wish to watch the launch online, let us inform you that the event will kick off at 20:30 IST, New Delhi time on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Below is the embedded live video stream which you can follow to watch the new HTC One (M8) event live.

For all the details on the specs, features, first hands on stay tuned to GizBot! For more updates on HTC One (M8), click here.

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