All new HTC One detailed in close-up, high-res shots

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By now we’ve seen the all new HTC One from multiple angles, had the opportunity to watch a detailed video hands-on, and have even witnessed the start of the phone’s marketing campaign. Even with the handset’s launch still the better part of a month away, it’s really been feeling like the new One is as good as official… well, nearly, at least. The smartphone continues to put on a show for the camera today, with a new series of images arriving, representing some of the highest-res shots we’ve seen to date of this hardware.

The new One’s dual rear cameras, especially, are a focal point of this new photo set. The multi-colored flash is readily apparent, complete with requisite Fresnel lenses. These shots are complemented by a new render just published by @evleaks, delivering a close-up of the same area.

One thing we haven’t been talking much about in our coverage of the new One has been what’s expected from its performance. Clearly, it will have some flagship-level muscle, but just how much? According to at least one benchmark test (and say what you will about how representative such scores are), the new One should best both last year’s Galaxy Note 3 as well as the Sony Z Ultra.

new-one-back new-one-benchnew-one-evSource: Nowhereelse.fr (Google Translate), @evleaks (Twitter)
Via: phoneArena

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