HTC posts second all new One teaser video

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When it comes to HTC’s unannounced all new One, the phone that’s been in development as the M8, this past week has seen a flood of new information arrive to help form our expectations prior to any official unveiling. That included things like talk about the phone’s camera hardware and the leaks of some new renders, but also some new video. The most exciting may be the one we saw arrive overnight, giving us a lengthy hands-on look at the unreleased handset, but before that surfaced, we had an official teaser from HTC. Now a second such teaser is available, focusing on another aspect of the One’s hardware.

While that first video was all about Boomsound, this sortie sees HTC out spreading the word about its fabrication techniques for the One’s metal body. Like that first clip, we’re looking at last year’s model for the intro, and switching over to a pixelated all new One for the conclusion.

Clearly, we’re looking at another metal-bodied smartphone, but tell us something we don’t know, right? Well, based on what HTC’s bleeping-out in the clip here, we might expect the new One to employ some sort of advanced materials treatment beyond the anodizing used on last year’s One. There’s also mention of the phone be sleeker than before, but that’s one tune we’ve heard already.

Just over three weeks to go until the official unveiling. At this rate, will there be any secrets left to reveal?

Source: HTC (YouTube)
Via: Phone Dog

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