The first taste of the new HTC One is here. Though we don’t have it in-hand just yet, a system dump over the weekend has shown us signs of life for the newest flagship from HTC. The system wallpapers are now available, and ready for download.
Some images of the "All New" HTC One leaked last week. Those were then followed up by a more official teaser image suggesting the camera would be a "lowlight expert." And now it looks like another series of leaked images have surfaced. This time around we are getting a solid look at the HTC M8 by itself, as well as sitting alongside the currently available HTC One max.
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.
HTC previously announced the event that will be taking place later in the month. They also made reference to the upcoming event during the Desire 816 announcement we saw during Mobile World Congress. Basically, it seems as if HTC is rather excited about what they will be showing come March 25th. And to that point, the teasing has continued -- with the latest being shared by way of the official @HTC Twitter account.
While HTC One owners in the US are just enjoying their Android 4.4 update, those in the UK are a bit in limbo. After waiting for weeks for their turn, HTC has pulled out the OTA updated from its UK servers due to reported difficulties.
The new HTC One is running through the FCC, it seems. A filing shows what just may be the "all new" One, unless HTC has another LTE device coming soon. While we don’t get any decent pics of the new HTC handset, we can glean some interesting specs from the filing.
This close to the expected reveal date, we're getting a another unofficial look at the All New One, HTC's successor to the One. This video highlights, among other things, a microSD slot and an all new Blinkfeed.
It's less than a month before HTC is expected to announce the One successor and we're still getting leaks of what the manufacturer might have in store for its flagship refresh. Now it seems that a silver variant of what HTC is teasing as "The All New One" will also be available based on this leaked image.
Probably one of the highlights of each year's MWC is the organizer GSMA's Global Mobile Awards, which is on its 19th run this year. This year's announcement ceremony was brightened up by the comic antics of British actor and comedia James Corden, who played roles in films such as Gulliver's Travels and Three Musketeers.
It has been a long time coming, but now LG G2 and HTC One owners under AT&T can enjoy the sweetness of Android 4.4 on their devices. Along with the new features and improvements brought about by the latest Android version, users will also get to enjoy some manufacturer-specific improvements to their devices as well.