HTC is primed to announce the followup to the critically acclaimed HTC One on March 25th. While some debate likely went into the name, we can confirm that HTC's new flagship will be called the All New HTC One. While we won't know what exactly is in store until the big unveil on March 25th, we have a pretty good idea what to expect from the All New HTC One. While the big contender for 2014 from Apple is still months away, HTC is taking on heavyweights like Samsung and Sony head-on in the first half of 2014. So, with that, lets take a look at what the All New HTC One has to offer in the competition for the first half of 2014.
Like the original, the All New HTC One will be a large device. Bigger than the iPhone and roughly the same size as the LG G2, the All New HTC One is said to feature a screen somewhere between 5 inches and 5.2 inches. With smaller bezels this might not even necessarily increase the overall footprint of the phone. In terms of looks, no one would take this phone seriously if it ditched the aluminum unibody that made it stand out from the crowd. The solid aluminum body returns for the All New HTC One.
Internally, the All New HTC One features some powerful specs. The SnapDragon 800, which has powered many of the mobile world's top devices, returns to power the All New HTC One. The device itself clocks in at around 2.26 GHz, or roughly the same processing speed of the LG G2. What could set this device apart is an additional graphics processor which would come in handy when powering high-end mobile games. In terms of software, it comes as no surprise that this device will come loaded the latest Android operating system Android 4.4 KitKat.