Watch HTC's All New One Launch Event Right Here!


Today's the day everyone, today is March 25th which means we finally, officially get to see the All New HTC One revealed. Of course, many of us have seen a lot of their new device already by now, but that doesn't mean that HTC doesn't have a few surprises up their sleeves, right? Frankly, we're hoping that they do have something secretive held back, but regardless it's always nice to be able to see these devices get announced and shown off on stage by some of the people that were behind their creation. In what's to be a change from previous years, HTC will be announcing their 2014 flagship live on stage today, streaming across the Internet for all of us to enjoy.

2014 is just getting started for HTC, with the announcement of the Desire 616 last month in Barcelona and today, finally, the officially announcement of the All New HTC One. We've seen the leaks and all of the rumors leading up to its launch, but that doesn't mean the new HTC One is going to be any less of an impressive device. We've been looking forward to it for months now and we're sure you guys are excited as well. The device that's going to be going head-to-head on store shelves all over the world against Samsung's Galaxy S5, the new HTC One has its work cut out for it. You can watch the video down below and don't forget to join the conversation over on Google+ and down in the comments!

HTC's video feed hasn't gone live just yet, but as soon as it does we'll update the post with the video here.

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