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All New HTC One Gets Leaked And Compared To The Original HTC One


HTC just can’t seem to get a handle on these leaks. We’re now less than 24 hours to go until HTC’s event in London and the new HTC One going on sale on selected carriers in selected countries, but the leaks won’t stop. Now official reviewers are posting their hands-on with the device.

We know pretty much every single feature and specification by now, but it’s nice to see a direct comparison between the two phones. Here the spec differences:

HTC One (2013)

  • 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600
  • 2 GB RAM
  • Android KitKat 4.4.2
  • HTC Sense 5
  • Adreno 320 GPU
  • 2300 mAh battery
  • NFC and LTE

All New HTC One (2014)

  • 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 801
  • 2 GB RAM
  • Android KitKat 4.4.2
  • HTC Sense 5
  • Adreno 330 GPU
  • 2600 mAh battery
  • NFC and LTE

Some of these upgrades are very big, such as the battery and the chipset. But come tomorrow, if you’re on the right carrier in the right country, will you be buying this phone?

Source: TechSmartt via Joel Barron

  • Brad

    Normally new renditions, like the S4 and S5, aren’t changed much, but the HTC One looks like it has went through some serious revamps, even in the specs!

  • arnoldStuart

    The new One looks a lot better and sexier than the first One. I’m more excited about the dual camera assembly.

  • Jennifer Jordan

    The most recent One has a full hardware upgrade! I loved the original HTC One and I think I’m still loving the All New HTC One.
    Good job HTC!

  • devil_dew

    I’m just waiting for it to go live in the stores in the morning. I’m buying one in a few hours.

  • andrew_dawson1

    In which cities will this be made available in the morning? Online stores will also have this?

  • Agnetha Dagny

    Good for you guys. The new HTC One looks sleek and cool.
    Hardware-wise, it obviously give’s Samsung’s S5 a good run for its money too.

  • Gennie

    I know a bunch of people that feel the same way. Sometimes the camera is the last thing to be updated and when people do it right it is great. There is nothing worse than a smartphone without a good camera backing it up.

  • arnoldStuart

    Unfortunately, the reviews don’t believe that the camera is any better.

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