In a season full of phone launches, HTC hopes its new One device will stand above the rest.
The company will unveil the successor to last year's
There's a lot riding on HTC's new flagship phone, with the company's profits and sales continuing to fall. While the HTC One was well regarded and won critical praise for its all-metal design, it got overshadowed by the marketing blitz of Samsung's
A lot of details have already leaked about HTC's new phone. It's believed to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or 805 processor, and a larger, 5-inch screen. The device also could come with a full 3GB of RAM to make it even faster.
The camera also should get an update, including possibly twin camera lenses. And HTC may also update its Sense UI skin that layers on top of Android with motion gesture controls and a cleaner interface with flatter icons.
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