The All New HTC One has been leaked a ton over the past few months. We’ve seen pictures, accessories, and even a super amateur hands on video. HTC is set to have an event on March 25th for the “All New HTC One”, as they’re calling it. We’ve seen official HTC teasers that show customers the differences between the previous HTC One and the newest One. We’ve also been seeing leaks for HTC’s new accessories, which look like flip covers that show you the weather and time using lighted dots. The leaks keep getting more and more frequent as the announcement event nears. We’re now seeing more pictures of the All New HTC One. The images come from China, and they show us size comparisons between the HTC One Max and the All New HTC One. We also get to see the HTC One by itself, and with the new wallpaper. We don’t really see much software in this set of photos, but it’s nice to see the comparison of size between the two HTC phones.
The HTC One is going to showcase an updated version of HTC’s Sense UI, named Sense 6.0. It’ll also be using Kit Kat’s white notification bar, as seen in many leaks. It also looks like we’ll be seeing a MicroSD card slot on this device, as leaked in the amateur video of the All New HTC One. Evleaks also stated that there will be a Google Play Edition of the All New HTC One coming in the future. The All New HTC One will be using on-screen software buttons, rather than the soft key buttons on the original HTC One. As far as colors go, rumor has it that we’ll be seeing gold, blue, silver and black. HTC has also mentioned in one of their teasers that they’ll be updating BoomSound for the All New HTC One.
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We’ve heard quite a bit about this device. It seems like the only thing HTC has left to do is hold their event and actually launch the phone. Who knows, though? They might have some secrets that they’ve managed to hold out on. It’s very hard to keep a brand new flagship device on lockdown these days. We’ll just have to wait until March 25th to officially see the device.