With the All New HTC One launch just a few weeks away the leaked photos of the upcoming handset are coming in faster than ever. We can’t wait to actually hold the new phone and try it out for ourselves, but for now we have yet another picture showing off HTC’s mysterious dual rear camera setup, this time in a high-quality close-up picture from @evleaks.
The photo shows the same curious design we’ve seen before: a large rear camera with what looks like a smaller lens above it and a dual-LED flash to the left. It’s still unclear what that second rear camera will do, though one popular theory suggests it could let you refocus a picture after it’s been taken. The picture also shows what looks like a power button on the top and a volume rocker on the side.
Beyond those cameras, we’re also expecting a bigger display, an improved front-facing camera, BoomSound speakers, an all-metal design similar to the original One, on-screen buttons, and Android 4.4 KitKat with the company’s own Sense 6 UI on top. Of course, we won’t know anything for sure until the device is announced at a press event set for March 25.
TechnoBuffalo will be covering the announcement live from New York. Until then stay tuned for more info and check out some older leaked photos of the All New HTC One below.
Up close with the HTC M8 cameras. pic.twitter.com/kSnvwToAlp
— @evleaks (@evleaks) March 5, 2014