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All New HTC One Alleged Sales Guide Reveals Specs, Features

by Todd Haselton | March 12, 2014March 12, 2014 1:00 pm PST

All New HTC One Gold Leak

We already have a good idea of what the All New HTC One will look like. Dozens of leaked photos, press images and even video walkthroughs have all lined-up. Thanks to those leaks, we also have a good idea of what to expect under the hood in HTC’s new flagship smartphone. Now, GSMArena has obtained what it says is an official sales guide for the new phone, and it details the device’s features.

GSMArena says we’ll see a 5-inch display with a 1080p resolution, a 2,600mAh battery, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 16GB of storage with a microSD card slot for adding even more, and a nanoSIM. The sales guide, however, explains a bit more about the user experience.

The “HTC Duo” camera – which will use the two camera lenses we’ve seen on the back of the device,” will allow “you to take a photo and then re-focus it afterwards to blur the background or the foreground, just like you would with an SLR camera.” We speculated that was going to be the use case. It also refers to a 5-megapixel wide-angle front-facing camera. Zoe’s and highlights are also apparently still on board, as is HTC Sense TV for controlling your television and viewing your TV guide. HTC TV Sports provides “updates and stats on your phone as you watch the game live” and will support all sorts of sports including F1 racing, football and cricket.

The big changes here appear to be microSD card support, the Duo Camera setup and the improved front-facing camera. GSMArena says it still doesn’t know what kind of sensors are on the back of the device, and whether or not we can expect the same Ultrapixel option as with the original HTC One. Sense 6 also probably has a lot of new features that aren’t listed here – at least it should considering a lot of what is mentioned has already been available.

HTC will fill us in on all of the details on March 25. Check out the alleged sales guide (which has at least one typo, oddly enough) below. The full size guide can be found on GSMArena.



Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...