HTC One Press Shots Leak To Confirm Black and White Colours
There are still a few hours left before HTC officially announces the flagship Android device, the HTC One, so that means there’s time for last minutes leaks and rumors.
Many leaked rendering have surfaced online, as were a few still images and videos from HTC. We’ve also seen the front of the One appear in a white and black sporting its dual stereo speakers, but never a solid image of the back. Today, just hours before the HTC announcement, a new press photo of the HTC One has leaked online.
The picture above confirms the two color versions of the upcoming HTC One. The image reveals the same thin bezel and two capacitive touch buttons, Back and Home, instead of the usual three or even four buttons that are found on typical Android phones, identical speaker grills on the top and bottom with the top also having two noise-cancellation microphones on the left and the front-facing camera on the right with curved corners in an all metal body.
The hardware looks attractive, and likely won’t have a removable back battery cover judging by the apparent SIM slot visible on the right-hand edge of the white vertical HTC One. The image also shows we’ll be seeing HTC’s now familiar Beats audio integration on the new handset.
The HTC One will most likely have a 4.7-inch screen capable of 1080p output, making for a massive 468ppi display density, should have a quad-core Snapdragon S4 1.7GHz processor with 2GB of RAM, and a 13 megapixel camera with a 2,300 mAh battery and either 32 or 64GB storage options.