There’s very little doubt HTC’s All New One is the device we’ll see at the company’s March 25 event. We’ve seen the leaks, the gold and silver and gray colors, and now the device is making its obligatory trip through the FCC—basically an unofficially official confirmation the flagship’s arrival is imminent. Too bad we still have to wait a month.
The FCC listing doesn’t reveal much new information—much of what’s listed is to be expected. In particular, the device sports AT&T-compatible LTE (with some extra bands for good measure, including 2, 4, 5, 7 and 17) and NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The typical fare when a device drops by the FCC; it would be a shame for every last spec to be revealed this far in advance of its unveiling, though we’re still very curious about that dual-camera arrangement.
We have a lot to look forward to over the next thirty or so days, beginning with Mobile World Congress and ending with HTC’s March 25 event. For what it’s worth, the page linked by Engadget has been removed, so perhaps the listing wasn’t supposed to be made public just yet.