We’ve already seen plenty of the All New HTC One ahead of its official launch later this month, but a new set of leaked photos from Sina Weibo tipster TD Beta manages to reveal a bit more about the device. Today’s picture show the new handset, code named the HTC M8, from all angles along with a handful of photos that include the HTC One Max for comparison.
HTC’s new phone is significantly smaller than last year’s One Max, though we’re still expecting it to come with a slightly larger screen than its predecessor. The photos also appear to confirm that the headphone jack has been moved from the top of the device to the bottom, while China Mobile branding is clearly displayed on the back panel along with the promise of 4G connectivity. Additionally, we have another chance to take a peek at those odd-looking dual rear cameras and the phone’s new onscreen buttons.
The All New HTC One is expected to offer a 1080p display, a Snapdragon 800 processor and run Android 4.4 KitKat with the company’s Sense 6 UI on top. A recent rumor suggested the device could see a global launch just two weeks after its upcoming announcement on March 25. We’ll know more at that point.