Some of the smartphone’s specs have been revealed in the document as well
With less than three weeks left until the official unveil of the HTC’s new flagship smartphone, new info on the unannounced device continues to leak online.The latest information comes via GSMArena and confirms that the All New HTC One will be available in Australia via Telstra. Thanks to a brochure leaked, we also know that the smartphone will cost $760 (€550) outright.
Obviously, it will also be available for free on select plans, but the value of these plans has yet to be confirmed by the carrier. It’s unclear whether or not Telstra will be the only operator in Australia to offer the All New HTC One, though we doubt that this is HTC’s flagship smartphone for this year.
Apart from the fact that it offers details on its availability and price tag, the leaked Telstra brochure provides some insight into the specs included in the All New HTC One.
According to this official document, the smartphone will boast a 5-inch capacitive touchscreen display that supports full HD (1080p) resolution and scratch resistant coating.
It also comes with HTC BoomSound that replaces the Beats Audio technology. The All New HTC One will feature two stereo speakers on the front side of the smartphone.
On the back, the device has been confirmed once again to feature a dual lens camera, though the number of UltraPixels is still unclear for the moment.
The carrier’s brochure also offers some info on the so-called Duo Camera. Apparently, HTC opted for a dual camera to offer users the option to choose the focus point and create the bokeh effect much easier.
But that is not all. The brochure also states that users will be able to add 3D effects to their photos. To the right of the dual camera there’s also a two tone LED flash, which resembles that of the iPhone 5s.
For the time being, this is all we know about HTC’s dual camera, but we’re pretty sure there’s more to it then what’s written in this short document.
The All New HTC One is expected to be unveiled on March 25 and as far as we know, it will ship with Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system out of the box. On top of that, the smartphone will come with HTC Sense 6.0 user interface.
Unfortunately, the brochure does not reveal when exactly the All New HTC One will arrive at Telstra, but we suspect that it will go on sale sometime in April. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.