HTC is working on the successor of HTC One, the HTC All New One which it released last year. So far, we see the company's next flagship phone in press renderings and leaked information, showing the carriers that the device will really arrive.
We were advised to mark our calendars March 25, when the Taiwanese electronics firm will reveal its next generation flagship phone's official details and features. The announcement is said to be done in Beijing, China, which was a way favorable for the company when it skipped the recently-concluded MWC 2014 in Barcelona, Spain as it will likely be overshadowed with other debuting mobile innovations like Samsung Galaxy S5.
With the reveal date getting close, we get another unofficial glimpse of the HTC One successor. The video highlights the new Blinkfeed as well as the microSD slot.
Much of the design of the hardware is consistent of the leaked photos before. Adjacent to the top edge is a second camera, two front-facing speakers and a dual LED flash. The front side shows sensors that are moved to the side on the right, alongside the camera. Bottom line is, the All New One looks like HTC One; just bigger and when the rumours are right, it will come with other colors.
HTC Sense 6 will fuel the HTC All New One, all with the most recent HTC custom user interface. Coming with it is the revamped Blinkfeed, showing up on the left side, as an add-on home screen, instead of a replacement one. It somewhat looks like the My Magazine on Samsung's Galaxy Note 3. The video likewise revealed the navigation buttons on screen in lieu of the capacitive buttons of HTC One. Beats Music is still present despite the severe times Beats and HTC had before.
With a few weeks to go before the HTC All New One is revealed, it seems that someone managed to get hold of the handset way ahead of time and uploaded a 12-minute review of it onto YouTube.
With an increased curiosity about the upcoming smartphones like HTC All New One, if either of these specs are realized in the actual product or not, we will know by March 25.