Ahead of MWC New York City event, official renders of HTC One has leaked into the wild showing the next generation device in all angles – front, side and back. Few hours back, another teaser image was posted on the company’s official Facebook revealing just a tiny speck from the phone, which is hidden under a cloth with launch date embroidered on it.
Rumors point at the HTC One sporting a 1080p display, quad-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, revolutionary camera, as well as Android Jelly Bean with a brand new version of HTC Sense on top. The device is rumored to pack 13 megapixel camera and will reportedly be marketed as “Ultrapixels” instead of megapixels. Moreover the chassis will likely be metal, and come in black and white/silver coloring, with front-facing stereo speakers.
The HTC One will supposedly carry price tag of $199.99 at T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint for the 16 GB model, while for the 32GB variant, users have to shell out an extra benjamin (i.e., US$299.99 only).
The HTC event in New York City begins at 10am local time on February 19. So stay tuned!
[UPDATE #1]: Here is the hand-on video of HTC One M7.