The buzz around the HTC One (formerly known as the M7) has been building over the last few days and now the latest little tidbit before the launch appears to be an official photo.
Outed by leak site evleaks the image shows the front of the phone and gives us an idea of some of the re-designed features that HTC has put into its latest flagship model.
The traditional three button capacitive configuration below the display is out with the new design simply having a home and a back button instead. Dual speakers are also featured on the front of the phone both above and below the 4.7-inch display that is going to have a pixel density of 468ppi.
Previous leaks have also given us other specifications such as a quad-core 1.7GHz processor, Android 4.2 and the latest Sense 5.0 UI. One of the standout features of this latest HTC device will be the 13-megapixel camera which will use a stacked sensor giving it "ultrapixels".
The launch event will take place on February 19th both in London and New York so if there is anything new to learn about this device we will get the details then.
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