By Stephen Schenck | February 13, 2013 11:28 AM
HTC continues its ongoing mission to keep building up excitement for its February 19 event, where it will almost certainly reveal its new Android flagship, the HTC M7 (or possibly the HTC One). Its latest salvo is a countdown clock, ticking away until that event’s set to get started, highlighted with some short teaser videos of the new hardware.
Digging into the page’s code reveals it’s pulling these clips from an “m7teaser” directory, and HTCSource managed to extract the set and upload them to YouTube for our watching convenience.
While these shots are exceedingly brief, what little we can see does seem to jibe with the supposed HTC One render that was recently leaked, including the black bezel sandwiched between white end-pieces, as well as the beveled edge around the handset’s face.
We don’t get a very clear head-on look at the phone to see where those massive grilles should be (and it’s possible HTC is intentionally removing details from these clips, as the prox sensor appears absent), so it’s still hard to confirm that render as accurate, but it seems generally consistent, at the least.