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Marketing Render successor HTC One appears online
There is a marketing appeared render of what the successor to the HTC One would be. Hitherto appeared only pictures ‘in the wild’ of the device. The picture has been put online by telecom inside Evan Blass, better known by his twitter name EVLeaks.
The render shows a device codenamed M8 in a bumper case and confirms many of the earlier rumors, including the presence of on-screen buttons and the presence of an ’empty’ bar below the screen with the logo where the One , the capacitive buttons are . The on / off button seems to sit where now put almost all other manufacturers that button on the side of their aircraft. Top of the unit Above and below the screen, just as in the One speakergrills visible.
Due to various factors such as the presence of a case, it is difficult to calculate, but the phone on the render looks like it has a size between 13.5 and 14.5 cm high and between 69 and 73mm wide. Thus, the bezels something smaller or the same size as the current one. About 65 to 70 percent of the surface area of the front is used for the screen, less than, inter alia, in models of Samsung and LG.
In the screenshot, part of which has been removed, can be seen. Logo of Chrome Until now, HTC used its own browser based on the default browser in Android, with the addition include the option to adjust the width of the screen, the text after the zoom manually, automatically, that function does not have Chrome.
Blass also mentions that the name of the device The All New One, instead of the previously tipped One +. He further mentions that the phone has two camera lenses on the back indeed, but does not say where the software for use. Presumably that for easy editing afterwards, including retrospective focus or just blurren certain elements.
HTC presents the successor to the One on March 25 by a parallel event in New York and London, where Tweakers will be present. This is HTC a month later than competitor Samsung Galaxy S5 which are next week shows on telecom exhibition Mobile World Congress.Viewing:-142
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