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HTC M7 Rumored to be Called HTC One Commercially, CEO Caught Chanting its Name

Here’s an interesting rumor floating around the web for the past hours: the already leaked HTC M7 may end up being called the HTC One in the end, according to famous leakster @evleaks. Here’s a notorious source of leaks, posting pics of yet unreleased devices and always getting them right.

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Now he claims that the HTC M7 will be called HTC One, in spite of speculations that associate names like HTC One X II, One Y and One Z to it. It’s strange to adopt this naming pattern, since the HTC One is the series introduced last year at MWC and it defines the lineup made by HTC One X, One S and One V, plus the models that came a bit later. An interesting fact is that the HTC CEO Peter Chou was caught chanting “HTC One” right after “M7” at a recent party that HTC threw.

Quick recap of what HTC One may bring: a Full HD 4.7 inch display with SoLux technology and optical lamination, 2 GB of RAM, Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 5.0 and 32 GB of internal storage. LTE and a 13 megapixel camera with improved sensor will also be on board, as well as Beats Audio and a 2300 mAh battery.