HTC fans on AT&T – this might be the day you’ve been waiting for. While HTC hasn’t revealed its All New HTC One – which might be called the One+, there have been plenty of leaks providing us with a lot of details on what we can expect. Until now, however, we didn’t know where it was going to launch. Today, we get a hint that it’s headed to at least AT&T in the United States.
The all new HTC One, for AT&T. pic.twitter.com/hDgqEYc693
— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 28, 2014
@evleaks took to Twitter as usual and published an image of the “All New HTC One, For AT&T.” You can see the AT&T logo planted on the back right where it was on the original One, as well as the AT&T identifier in the notification bar where it shows the network the phone is running on. The interface we see is presumably Sense 6 running on Android 4.4 KitKat, and we can see the on-screen controls as opposed to the hardware ones on the original One. Also of note is the dual-camera setup on the back, which we believe may be used to let users change the focus of a photo after it has been snapped.
HTC has a press conference on March 25 in New York City that we’ll be attending, and all signs point to this device making its debut there. Hopefully we also hear when it will launch, for how much and on what carriers. Last year, the One was eventually picked up by AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon, and we expect that trend to continue with the successor.