The HTC One, which was previously known as the HTC M7, has shown up in yet another image leak. This latest arrives in render form and while we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the pic, we can say that it has a few things going for it. For example, this image of the HTC One matches with an image that leaked about a month ago. The other key item here, the source of the leak is @evleaks and they have proven reliable in the past.
This pic is a bit different as compared to the last, mainly because it is showing a display. Well, a display that is not entirely black anyway. That does not necessarily offer much new in terms of detail, however it does offer a look at the back and home buttons which sit towards the bottom on opposite sides of the HTC logo. Otherwise, the image is showing the front-facing camera as well as the earpiece, microphone and sensors.
The display also shows a look that matches what we have seen in terms of previous Sense 5 leaks, notably with the simplified clock and weather widget sitting on top. There is also the February 19th date, which goes back to when we expect HTC to come forward with an official announcement.
Finally, assuming this is a real-deal render and the previously rumored specs prove to be accurate -- you would be looking at a handset with a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core 1.7GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 2300 mAh battery, 2 megapixel front-facing camera and Jelly Bean with Sense 5. The one part that still seems a mystery at this point is the camera, specifically that HTC has teased a new camera experience in 2013.