Second all new HTC One video hands-on arrives

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We have been on a wild ride with the all new HTC One this morning, checking out some newly leaked pics before getting our look at the phone’s third official teaser video. Last week, though, we easily saw the best leak of this new hardware to date, when a lengthy hands-on video arrived to give us a crisp, clear, up-close-and-personal look at the unannounced smartphone. Today we see yet another video hands-on surface, and while it’s not quite up to the level of quality in that first vid, it’s still unmistakable just what we’re looking at.

The original video appears to have been published by YouTube user YLSMixtapes, but he quickly pulled the video back down. Luckily for us, that wasn’t before other people had time to save the clip.

As if the smartphone leaking public hadn’t learned anything since last week, in this video the smartphone’s IMEI is once again displayed, and is just barely clear enough to make out.

We’ve got two weeks to go until HTC’s launch event. Anyone placing bets on just how many more videos like this will find their way to the public before then? Is HTC just being really lax with its security protocols, or could the company maybe even be turning a blind eye to certain leaks, all with goal of building up pre-launch buzz?

Source: Nowhereelse.fr (Google Translate)

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