HTC is set to reveal their newest high-end smartphone. While there was some initial confusion about what the name might be, we will soon see the announcement and eventual release of the All New HTC One. While the followup to the new Apple iPhone 5S is still months away, this phone will be launching in almost direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and other smartphones from companies like Sony, Nokia, and more. With that being said, here is what we already know about this new smartphone from HTC.
It is widely expected that the All New HTC One will feature one of the biggest screens of any normal sized smartphone. While reports range, anything from 5 inches to 5.2 inches could be expected. This would put it in line with phones like the LG G2 and the Google Nexus 5. With shrunken bezels, that wouldn't add to much bulk to the original, and already girthy, HTC One size. As with the original, the All New HTC One will feature that amazing aluminum unibody design that really made it stand out from the crowd in terms of build quality.
Internally, the All New HTC One will feature the Snapdragon 800 processor. This phone's quad-core chip should clock in at around 2.25 GHz, making it roughly as powerful as the muscley LG G2. It isn't expected that the All New HTC One will make the jump into the 64-bit territory still only pioneered by Apple and the iPhone 5S. Software wise, you can expect the new One to be packing the latest version of Android - KitKat 4.4 - overlaid with HTC's own Sense skin.
One place HTC will be truly breaking the mould is in its camera. It's expected that the All New HTC One will feature a dual-camera on the back. What this means for picture quality remains to be seen, but we are sure it will be an improvement over the ultra-pixel'd camera found in the original HTC One.