HTC One (2014) complete specifications revealed and dual camera setup detailed
The All New HTC One has been subject to a slew of leaks off later and the smartphone has just been leaked again in its complete glory. The latest bit of information confirms a lot of specs, price and we finally have the answer to the dual camera setup of the device at the rear. It's official brochure and guide for salesmen has been leaked which we think are pretty much the real deal.
Talking about the camera first, the dual camera setup will let the customer choose the focus point and create bokeh effects. It will also aid 3D effects and we think it will be more than merely 3D videos and pictures. Selective focus of the rear camera which will be an Ultrapixel unit (most probably 4MP) and a 5MP front camera will ensure that your imaging needs are always taken care of.
The screen will be a 5-inch Full HD 1080p unit and will have a Snapdragon 801 processor ticking at 2.3GHz doing the duty under the hood. It will be coupled with a 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage (10GB user accessible) which will be available for expansion via a microSD card by another 64GB. It will get a Barometer which is a pretty nice touch.
The HTC One (2014) will have its dimensions as 146.36 x 70.6 x 9.35 mm which makes it a bit thick and it will tip the scales at 160 grams. In addition, the new One will come with Motion Launch feature, which will help user answer the call automatically by putting the phone near the ear. HTC will be also adding the popular LG Knock-On feature (double tap on the screen to wake it up) in the new HTC One.
The smartphone will get a slew of applications depending upon different markets and the salesmen have been told pretty well as to how to sell the aluminium clad smartphone. It will be priced at $760 which means that it will come to us for about Rs 45,000-50,000 which is in the same territory as the Galaxy S5 and LG G2 LTE.
Finally, few more images of the HTC M8 have appeared online, this time it is of a dummy version of Verizon-branded HTC One (2014). If you are unaware, HTC will be announcing The All New HTC One on 25th March, 2014 in New York City.