Posts tagged with: The All New One
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    By this point we don't have a ton of outstanding questions about the all new HTC One the company plans to introduce at next Tuesday's launch event, but one that's managed to hang around concerns just when the handset will be available for sale. We've heard from one UK retailer that it expects to have the phone in its stores just minutes after HTC's event, but is this going to be the case everywhere? Would US carriers similarly scramble to get the new One into users' hands, or would they take their sweet time? While we still don't have any official answers about US availability, we do have ...

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    Planning to keep HTC's all new One launch countdown open in a dedicated browser tab for the next four days? Already putting your cash together on the chance that these announcements of launch-day retail availability pan out, and the phone could be in your hands by this time next week? We don't blame you for your excitement, and this evening we've got a couple new finds to tease you with, as we see Verizon getting its ducks in a row for the new One's launch. The pic you see up top was already pretty cropped by the time it came our way, but while we don't get a good look at the case itself, ...

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    We're finally looking at matter of days – not months, not weeks – until HTC takes the stage and holds up the all new 2014 HTC One for us to finally get an official look. Even with as much that's already come to light about the smartphone, we're still itching to see this puppy formally launch, and we're sure that Android fans the world around feel much the same way. When the time comes next Tuesday, we'll have Pocketnow crew on the ground to bring you first-hand coverage from the company’s New York launch event, but if you're also interested in seeing some of the action for yourself, ...

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    When it comes to the 2014 all new HTC One, there's not a lot lot we don't know by this point (due in no small part to the phone leaking like it's Deepwater Horizon – too soon?). Earlier this week, we touched upon a few of these outstanding mysteries, and one of this bigger ones concerned the phone's dual cameras – we saw a number of optical specs mentioned in various leaks, but the actuall resolutions of those dual rear cameras continued to elude us. Would this be another four megapixel situation? As the days count down to the new One making its debut, we start to get some answers, ...

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    Inbox Zero. It's become something of a myth in the Pocketnow Weekly recording studio ever since we started actively courting listener feedback all those months ago. Skip a listener-mail section here, another one there, and before you know it you've got a mountain of mail it'd take a whole episode to get through. So that's just what we're doing. Just like we did on episode 076, we're devoting an entire podcast to your missives. We'll hear from people concerned about dual-SIM stigma, people worried about the future of Apple, and people writing to remind us that the automated home isn't as ...

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    One week to go until HTC unveils the all new One: that much me know. We have a few unanswered questions about the smartphone (and many more we think we think we know the answers to, but still could stand to have some confirmation), but really the bulk of the phone feels like it's already revealed itself to us, by means of the dozens of leaks we've seen so far. But for all the information we've been able to put together, one very important detail has mostly eluded us: when might you actually be able to purchase the new One? Would availability follow the launch event by a day? A week? A ...

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    As we've mentioned on countless episodes of the Pocketnow Weekly, the HTC One is one of the most widely-leaked devices in history. Thanks to an explosion of prematurely-released info, including a lengthy and rather strange hands-on video and a photo of the retail packaging, we know many secrets concerning the device that's come to be known, around these parts, as the #ANHO. But with the official announcement still more than a week away, there are a few details surrounding the All New HTC One specs that remain hidden to us. Personally, I'm enjoying being none the wiser (I always prefer to ...

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    Home stretch, here we come; with just one week and one day to go until HTC launches its all new One, excitement for the Android handset runs high. Even if we were largely in the dark, we'd still eagerly be awaiting the HTC flagship's debut, but the leaks we've seen so far (and man, there have been a LOT of them) have only served whet our appetites all the more. Today we start the week off with a pair of videos, checking out both the latest official teaser from HTC, as well as a hands-on clip detailing the look and feel of Sense 6.0. The team from the last couple HTC “Technical ...

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    The All New HTC One won't grace us with its presence until the end of the month, and at this point we're beginning to wonder if HTC will have anything left to reveal at the announcement. From a sales guide to promotional materials to yet another undercover hands-on video, the leaks surrounding one of the year's most anticipated Android handsets refuse to let up – and we're here to talk about them in our latest pre-#ANHO podcast! Before that, of course, we've got the usual news of the week, including a duo of Samsung tablet reviews, rampant speculation about a brick-and-mortar Google ...

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    A couple weeks back, some big, beautiful, crisp, high-res images of the all new 2014 HTC One showing up with some aftermarket cases would have been a big, big deal. And don't get us wrong, as it's still the sort of thing that's extremely up our alley, but after absurdly detailed hands-on videos, and leak after leak after leak of still images of the handset, not to mention its packaging and specs, well... the cat's not just out of the bag, but halfway down the block by now. Nevertheless, until HTC finally punches the launch button on this guy we're going to continue to be captivated by ...

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    The formidable momentum driving forward all these HTC All New One leaks is not showing any signs of slowing down or even pausing as we hit the two-week home stretch before the smartphone's anticipated launch. Following up a big day of leaks yesterday, we get to check out some carrier branding on the handset, with a pair of new finds revealing how the All New One will look as it makes its way to Verizon. We're looking at two distinct sources for these new pics: one for the images you see below of a handset itself, and one for the box shots. The box pics show up in an eBay listing – and ...

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    It's not quite to the point where we can set our watches by it, but the incessant pace at which leaks detailing HTC's All New One have been arriving has been beating away like a metronome, punctuating the days until the Android smartphone finally goes official. Earlier today we got a really great one, featuring some ad copy that talked about a few hardware and software features, and in the course of doing so answered some long-standing questions about what to expect from that dual camera arrangement. Now we get some new information, presumably from the same source, identifying some key ...

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    The purpose of dual cameras on the upcoming HTC One has been a topic of debate ever since we first heard the rumors, and seen the leaks depicting the imaging system and arrangement on the back. Some were betting on 3D, while others, including us, were convinced that HTC will try to improve on overall image quality as well as focus. A leaked ad, seen below, details the purpose of dual cameras, while at the same time confirming The All New HTC One denomination of the upcoming 2014 flagship. Apparently, the main raison d'être of the secondary camera is to choose focus. Nokia (and, more ...

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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 ...

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    One of the main selling points (and points of critique at the same time) of the HTC One was the "UltraPixel" camera, with a smaller sensor (of four-megapixels), but with a large physical dimension, allowing for better low-light performance. HTC has already published not one, but two teasers for the upcoming One follow-up, and the third one just recently landed. It might answer some of our questions on whether the next One will sport an UltraPixel camera, or not. Of course, HTC could be misleading us, but "the new HTC One has added"... a secondary camera? You check out the video below, and, ...

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    Last we heard about the upcoming 2014 HTC flagship, we were presented with a couple of high-res images, backed up by a partial press render of the alleged phone showing off dual-cameras (and duotone, dual flashes) on the back. The leaks seem to continue with what appears to be a complete gallery featuring the purported HTC One follow-up (coming from China, hence the China Mobile carrier branding on the back of the device). You will not only be able to see almost every angle of The All New HTC One (tentative name), but you will also see the phone being sized-up against the HTC One Max ...

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    HTC is in an interesting spot. Last year, it launched a flagship, which bore its all new, consolidated branding: One. The phone was the recipient of tons of praise and some of the most positive reviews of a smartphone … potentially ever. It raised the bar in build quality and design in the Android space, and to this day, it's still winning awards. Yet the Taiwan-based company is continuing to hemorrhage more money each quarter. Our own Stephen Schenck spilled the beans on HTC's latest earnings report earlier this week. Essentially, revenue is down 37.2 percent for January and February ...

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    "What would you say to the people who think that what you do is illegal?" " ... I would tell them that I don't want to answer this question." When you're interviewing the world's most notorious phone leaker, he's bound to duck a question or two. But cautious though he is, Evan Blass –formerly of Pocketnow and currently known across the web by his pen name @evleaks– is also a fountain of insight into the shadowy craft of being a professional spoiler. On today's episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, Evan shares the ups and downs of the underworld he's come to dominate, and gives us a glimpse ...

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    In a nutshell, the all new HTC One is no longer a mystery, so long as the controversial leak from earlier this week is to be believed. A preproduction model found its way into the hands of 14-year-old Roshan Jamkatel, who created a lengthy (and rather shaky) walkthrough video of the M8. While Jamkatel didn't necessarily talk specs, he did confirm quite a few of the most recent rumors, such as the introduction of on-screen navigation buttons, the dual-camera setup, and a new face for BlinkFeed. The video also unveiled unexpected details, like a microSD card slot. What we didn’t need the ...

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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 ...

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    We've got three weeks and one day to go until HTC's all new One launch event (at least that had better be what it is), and as you've no doubt already seen, the still-unannounced smartphone has been all over the place lately. That video hands-on was truly remarkable for amount of detail it offered, and even HTC itself has been publishing some teaser vids of its own. This evening we switch from video previews to some more traditional advertising, while also checking out the new One's FCC paperwork. HTC's UK account shared the image above, which is promoting some sort of launch event tie-in ...

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    For the purposes of this piece, there's a substantial difference between Samsung's new Galaxy S 5 and the All New HTC One, and not just in terms of features. More important is the gulf in our own personal experience: we've spent a lot of hands-on time with the former, while the other has yet to grace our fingertips. Even given that disparity, though, it seems clear to us that the old HTC vs Samsung question, which started back in 2012 with the One X/Galaxy S III matchup and was amplified by the HTC One/Galaxy S 4 contest of 2013, is really no different this year. The stakes may be a bit ...

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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 ...

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    "Today is February 19th, Wednesday, and ... this phone is not out yet. But I get the phones early because I'm ... sponsored." So begins the most lengthy, in-depth, and thoroughly shady phone-leak video we've ever laid eyes on, and it stars none other than HTC's as-yet unreleased flagship, the All New HTC One (previously known as the M8). In addition to an up-close-and-personal view of a star-spangled comforter, we're treated to a full tour of what appears to be a black All-New HTC One for AT&T's network. Included in this tour: a side-by-side comparison with last year's HTC One, ...

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    Anton D. Nagy chasing a taxi on foot. Jaime Rivera almost burning down a building with a power strip. A Honduran drinking palinca and a Romanian doing a Mexican accent. The tales from our leather-clad Barcelona duo are intense - but their intensity is matched by the hot mobile news that burst forth from this week's Mobile World Congress, the most epic in recent memory. To wit, that news includes an MWC 2014 Samsung Unpacked event that gave the world the latest Galaxy; a Sony unveiling of similar proportions that built on the Xperia legacy; a press conference that saw the world's first ...

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