A new photo of the upcoming HTC One (formerly known as M7) has been posted over at twitter by Evleaks. The new photo looks quite similar to the first ever image of the device that was leaked which further gives validity to it. Since nothing is official yet, this could just be fake or it could be a real image of a different model altogether.
HTC is expected to make the official debut of the HTC One (M7) this coming February 19 in New York City ahead of the MWC expo. The other models expected to be revealed will be the M4 and G2.
Based on the leaked image we could see striking similarities in terms of physical design between the M7 and the BlackBerry Z10 or even the iPhone 5. The user interface however looks to be a revamped version of the HTC Sense.
So what do we know about this upcoming model so far? Below are its rumored hardware specs.
New HTC One (M7) Specifications
- Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
- Full HD 4.7-inch SoLux display (468 ppi)
- 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor
- 2GB of RAM
- 32GB of internal flash storage
- 13MP rear camera, f/2.0 lens 1080p video
- 2MP front camera 1080p video
- Beats Audio technology
- 2300mAh battery
As usual since this is not official yet we should take everything with a grain of salt. The official announcement date is fast approaching so we may have solid facts regarding this device soon.
HTC had a tough year last 2012 due to strong competition from other Android manufacturers and even the iPhone. This year will be different though as the company plans to be more aggressive in selling their products.
Overconfidence might have played a big role as to why the company had a dismal 2012 as they ended 2011 strongly.
According to HTC CEO Peter Chou “Our competitors were too strong and very resourceful, pouring in lots of money into marketing. We haven’t done enough on the marketing front.”