HTC just posted a quick teaser on Twitter discussing its March 25 press event in New York City. That’s the date when HTC has promised that it will announce the successor to the HTC One, largely believed to be the HTC One+ or the “All New One.” Several leaks have pointed to a dual-camera setup, and today’s teaser could be pointing to that, or something else entirely.
HTC’s post on Twitter says: “On March 25th, life will become twice as beautiful.” An image below the post shows two puppies, two cups of coffee, a couple kissing, two rain drops, two trees and two giraffes. What’s it all mean? Our best guess is that this points to the unique dual-camera on the back of the device. We’re not quite sure what that will allow, though we know there’s technology available that uses a similar setup to change the focus of an image after a photo is snapped. That’s just speculation however, until HTC actually tells us on March 25.
— HTC (@htc) March 3, 2014
The teaser may also reference the name – though we don’t think HTC will name the phone the HTC Two or anything of the sort. It seems more likely the company will stick with its existing “One” brand, particularly as it continues to take on other rival brands, like Samsung’s “Galaxy” family. What do you think HTC is trying to tell us from the teaser?