Previously we’ve only seen white versions of the HTC One/M7, but today, the usual leakster @evleaks has posted a pic showing the black HTC One. The debut of the device and probably one or two more newcomers is just 4 days away, with a big HTC event scheduled for February 19th.


The handset sports that interesting dual speaker (top + bottom) layout, a corner placed front camera and strangely enough there’s a HTC logo where a third capacitive button should have been. There’s also HTC Sense 5.0 being shown on the screen, with its minimalistic approach. This seems to be an American version of the phone, since New York is mentioned on the screen, as opposed to the white version mentioning London.

The latest rumors say that the HTC One will launch across all 4 major US carriers, although the rollout won’t be simultaneous. For example, Verizon will offer its version later than its rivals. The pricing will be $200 for the 32 GB One and $300 for the 64 GB version. The device should also come with a 4.7 inch Full HD screen and a 1.7 GHz quad core Snapdragon CPU.

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