HTC will be announcing "The All New HTC One" a bit later in the month. That announcement event is set for March 25th, and in the meantime we have been seeing steady stream involving both leaks and official teasers. To that point, HTC offered a bit of a teaser about the dual-camera setup yesterday morning. And today we are seeing some leaked images offering a look at that same setup.
This time around the images are showing a clean look at the back of the handset, as well as the front of the handset. There is a bit of pixelation on the images, but that appears to be nothing more than an attempt at hiding where these are coming from. Otherwise, these do not appear to have been taken by the all too familiar, and not always fully appreciated Mr. Blurrycam.
The images are all sitting in the gallery just above. Perhaps the most interesting of the bunch is the one sitting all the way to the right side -- the one showing the benchmarks. The results have this handset sitting higher than the Galaxy Note 3 and with a score greater than 36,000. We do take these with a bit of skepticism, however with that being said -- we do hope they are accurate and the real deal.
Otherwise, that angled shot giving us a look at the top of the handset certainly has "The All New HTC One" looking good. Time will tell whether all this proves accurate, but in the meantime, we are still looking towards the rumors for spec related details. The HTC One (2014 edition) is expected to arrive with features to include a 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 801 processor, Adreno 330 graphics, 2GB of RAM and Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat with Sense 6.