As expected the new smartphone adopts a very similar design to the HTC One with a curvaceous unibody aluminium design. HTC have tweaked the design a little giving the 'All New HTC One' its own distinctive look.
The biggest design change is the new bezel that surrounds the front of the device. While, you'll also notice the two camera sensors on the reverse and we're still waiting to find out the reason for their inclusion.
The corners of the 'All New HTC One' are more curvy and the speaker grills now account for a smaller proportion of the front of the device. On the HTC One Gold the sides weren't colour-matched (they were on all other models) and that's understandably been resolved on the 'All New HTC One'.
HTC have tried to retain as much of the originals design and that's understandable given the praise the HTC One's design has attracted. We're not that keen on the 'All New HTC One' in Gold because the bezel is too prominent, but the new Grey version looks stunning!
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HTC will unveil the 'All New HTC One' on March 25th and it's rumoured to have a 5-inch 1080p display, 2GB of RAM and a dual-sensor Ultra-pixel camera. At the same time HTC are also expected to unveil a mini version of their flagship smartphone, codenamed the HTC M8 mini.
As soon as we get more news about the 'All New HTC One' you'll be the first to know.
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