Just in case you weren't satisfied by that blurry image of the HTC All New One from yesterday, here's one from infamous leaker evleaks. What's that? It seems that it's not just a regular image of The All New One. It appears there's a presence of a well known logo on the back. Yep, the leaked image is none other then the Verizon variant of the The All New One from HTC, that is scheduled to get its announcement near the end of next month on March 25th. We've seen plenty of leaks about HTC's new flagship device from evleaks in the past, ranging from the phone in a protective case to the new look and feel of Sense 6.0 and the all new Blink Feed design. Just about every leak under the sun has come our way, but this would be the first one sporting a carrier specific branding. This one also looks to have a slightly darker color than the one we saw in the photo from yesterday, which could point to a possible Verizon exclusive color, or perhaps the image from yesterday was just that blurry that we couldn't tell the color is actually the same. All jokes aside, the color from yesterdays leaked image was silver while this one is an obvious darker gray or light black.
In any case, as we can tell from the image Verizon has chosen to keep their logo and branding to the back of the device near the bottom, with the famously well known(and sometimes despised) Verizon "V" logo, accompanied by the 4G LTE stamp we see on plenty of other devices from Big Red. The front looks just the same as other leaked images we've seen that show of the new Sense and Blink Feed design, so nothing too exciting there. The All New One hasn't had any official confirmation on actual hardware specs, but we do know certain details like the phones software version. It'll of course come running the latest version of Android, 4.4+ Kit Kat which is kind of a given since HTC is already rolling out Kit Kat updates to current devices. We can probably expect to see a powerful Qualcomm chip inside, perhaps the Snapdragon MSM8974 that has been rumored. It's also rumored to have 2GB of RAM although I personally hope it's 3. March is almost here, and then its just a few short weeks until we can see The All New One in all it's glory.
The all new HTC One, for Verizon. pic.twitter.com/Z4mroRfALX
— @evleaks (@evleaks) March 1, 2014