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Based on a leaked press image, it appears the next HTC One will indeed have a pair of rear cameras and dual-LED flash. One could be for low-light pictures while the other would be used for more general purposes.

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photo: @evleaks

HTC is planning to introduce its newest HTC One on March 25 and if the reliable @evleaks is correct, this is what the phone will look like:

Rumors of two rear cameras appear valid based on the leaked press shot of the new HTC One, although it’s not clear why the phone has two image sensors on its backside.

Last year’s HTC One used “Ultrapixels,” or larger pixels, to capture more light, which worked really well in low-light situations. However, the overall camera quality left some wanting more. Perhaps one of the two sensors is an improved Ultrapixel low-light camera while the other one is for more general shots. There also appear to be two LEDs for flash photos, similar to Apple’s iPhone 5s.

Aside from that, there’s little shown to differentiate the upcoming HTC One from the prior model. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, however. The original One was well designed and built solidly with a rounded back that fit nicely in the hand. HTC was close to having a major hit last year as there was a lot to like about the One. With camera improvements as well as more capable internals — look for a faster quad-core chip inside — a minor revamp could do wonders for HTC’s falling smartphone sales.

  1. Smartphone with Gold color always attract the customers and buyers across the world nice trick by HTC but without this the HTC One 2014 aka HTC M8 is still going to do a great business in the smartphone industry.

    Price of HTC One 2014 aka HTC M8 – http://www.techeyetech.com/htc-one-2014-launch-date-features-specifications-price-in-usa-india.html

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  2. Not sure why they switched from dropbox to google storage. I’d rather keep upping my drop box capacity than forcing me to switch platforms.

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  3. I’m stumped at HTC. They used to make the best keyboard sliders of any smartphone manufacturer – a feature that they are now ignoring completely. There are still many smartphone enthusiasts out there who WANT a proper hardware keyboard.

    I can understand Apple and Samsung not doing this, but why HTC?

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