HTC One official photo breaks cover

11 February, 2013 | Comments (174) | Post your comment

Tags: HTC, Android, Touch UI

An official press photo of the HTC One has leaked showcasing the phone's front panel. The source is evleaks and judging from its history of leaks, then we have every reason to believe this is the real deal.

Rather surprisingly, the HTC One get rid of the traditional three-button combo and features just back and home buttons below its display. As usual, both buttons are of the capacitive touch variety. Another interesting bit are the dual-speakers placed either side of the screen.

However, the key selling point of the smartphone remains its 4.7-inch 1080p display with a pixel density of 468ppi. Judging from the press photo the One is going to run the latest version of Sense UI (5.0), which falls in line with previous reports. Those earlier reports also suggested the HTC One is running Android 4.2 on a Qualcomm APQ8064 chipset with four 1.7GHz Krait cores and 2GB of RAM.

Yesterday, the first photo snapped using the smartphone's 13MP camera showed up on Flickr. It's yet another interesting aspect of the device, considering its using a stacked sensor with what the company calls "ultrapixels".

HTC will hold simultaneous press events in New York and London on February 19, where the company's CEO Peter Chou is expected to officially unveil the One flagship. We'll be covering the announcement live, so stay tuned!

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HTC One official photo breaks cover - reader comments

  • natsis

the home button is on the right

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  • 2013-02-17 18:56
  • 3A1s
  • mihai

Maybe htc logo is the new "home" touch button,and i don't see the camera shutter,photo is just a random render from numerous rumours

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  • 2013-02-14 15:39
  • nDBD
  • ivn79

This image is 100% fake. The photo used in UI are fake. HTC won't used any 3rd party photos such as the unprofessional photograph of Audi TT as above, the itunes VSCO cam, htc logo not proportionally placed (sligher higher), overall outdated and last...

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  • 2013-02-13 07:34
  • veUa