Official flip cover for the HTC All New One leaks on Twitter
After all the streams of the rumors and leaks we got on the HTC One successor, here we have yet another one on the rounds. This time it's a press image showing the HTC All New One with a sophisticated looking flip cover case. All hail the evleaks, we have gotten our hands on this one whem it first appeared on Twitter.
The flip cover pictured here has surely been created with a smart design which will allow users to view relevant information such as time and current weather while the phone itself remains closed in the cover. For some of you, this might not seem to be an entirely new concept because something of this sort has been followed up already by LG and Alcatel. But it has to be noted here that this leaked cover doesnt have any title of being the only official flip cover for the phone because a few days earlier, evleaks had posted another picture which showed the phone in a rugged case.
The picture came along with a little juicy information as well. The phone will supposedly arrive in a Google Play Edition guise as well and this comes as no surprise since the predecessor was one of the first devices to have received such a treatment. We can find out more once the device has been released on the 25th of March.
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