Yesterday @evleaks revealed that HTC is following an approach we’ve seen with certain Apple, Samsung and Google Nexus devices: it’s next-gen flagship device will simply be named the HTC One (2014). Along with word of the “The All New HTC One” branding, @evleaks also showed off a press render of the device in gold.
Today, @evleaks is back again, showing off two more press renders, this time the HTC One (2014) in silver and in dark gray. That means we now officially have seen press images of 3 out of the 5 colors that the handset is rumored to launch in, leaving only the blue and red hues as a mystery.
So when exactly will HTC finally take the wraps off the next-gen HTC One? Unfortunately, we still have a bit of wait. While Samsung looks to be gearing up for a GS5 announcement at MWC, HTC is apparently waiting until March 25th. The dual unveiling event will be held both in New York and London.
As for what the HTC One brings to the table, we expect a 5-inch Full HD display, no physical keys, a Snapdragon 800 CPU, an improved (dual) UltraPixel camera system, Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense 6.0, and likely a few other surprises as well.
What do you think of the HTC One (2014) based on what we know so far? Excited to see that it will (likely) launch in multiple colors?