All new HTC One smartphone details are revealed in a new leaked video of the device. However, the 12-minute video has now been removed from YouTube.
The All New HTC One, also known as HTC M8, has certain press images that have been leaked. Now a YouTube user “GadgetReviews” has posted a 12-minute video of the alleged HTC One M8 smart phone. A kid named Roshan Jamkatel got the footage on February 19th and posted it on YouTube on Sunday, March 1st.
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In this hands-on video, an AT&T branded HTC One M8 prototype has been shown. Both the hardware and software details of the rumored device have also been revealed. However, this is a prototype and not the final version, so its software information is "Protected". But the device is expected to run Android 4.4.2 OS and HTC Sense 6.0 with redesigned BlinkFeed software. And the software looks very similar to that of the current HTC One. But the user interface of the camera appears to have some fresh updates.
HTC One M8’s outer look is also similar to the current HTC One model, except for the presence of a dual camera and on-screen buttons. And a microSD card slot is also visible directly above the alleged HTC M8's volume rocker. The rumored specs of HTC M8 includes 5-inch 1080p display, 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, 5MP front shooter, and 2900mAh battery.
The reviewer has compared the current HTC One and upcoming HTC M8 in this video. But this video has not been removed by the user. Actually HTC is planning to take action against the video up-loader.
In a twitter conversation between Roshan Jamkatel and HTC Senior Global Online Communications Manager, Jeff Gordon, Jamkatel has been warned that he will have a bad week ahead of him. And so Jamkatel pulled down the video.
However, this video has been re-uploaded again on YouTube. And you can watch the video below to get more details about the all-new HTC One. HTC M8 is expected to launch on March 25th in London and New York. And it is also speculated that the device will be launched by both Verizon and AT&T in the United States.