HTC One Ace Gets More Leaks And Is Said To Receive Official Announcement On June 3rd

The HTC One Ace gets further attention in addition to the rumor that it will be officially announced at a Beijing event that is to take place in the first week of June, or June 3rd to be precise. Alongside the announcement details that HTC will be officially unveiling the HTC One Ace in just under a week from now, there are a handful of new image leaks to tide us over until we get our hands on some actual details and information about the device to come. The HTC One Ace has been talked about over the past month or so as an upcoming device from HTC and a new variant of the HTC One M8 that came out earlier this year. It was rumored at one pint to possibly be the HTC One Mini 2 but that is obviously now known not to be the case, since the One Mini 2 has already been confirmed and will be called the One Mini 2.

These new leaks apparently point to certain specs of the device as well as show off the design of the phone and are said to be from the pre-order page of the device once the site goes live. One of the images shows off the varied colors of the device that we should expect to see it available in, with blue, red, black, and white as options. You can see from the leaked images that it also carries a similar design to the One M8 and the One Mini 2, which isn't really at all surprising with "One" being in the name.

One image also points to the device being equipped with Boom Sound audio for the dual front facing speakers and another focuses on the speed of the device that should be expected, hinting at the use of the same Snapdragon 801 processor that clocks at 2.5GHz that we see in the M8, yet using the 13MP rear camera setup similar to that of the One Mini 2 instead of the Duo Camera on the M8. It won't be long before we potentially learn all there is to know about this unannounced device that is set to join the One family for the 2014 device lineup.

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