Update: We’re live

The day we’ve been waiting for has finally arrived: HTC is announcing its 2014 flagship, the One follow-up. Despite all the leaks we’ve seen, and that there’s little new HTC can tell us, we’re excited to see yet another flagship being launched, joining the Samsung Galaxy S 5, Sony Xperia Z2, Oppo Find 7, and the rest. We’ll have extensive coverage on the 2014 HTC One, and we’re going to bring you our first impressions, live, in our usual Editorial Roundtable.

We’re sitting down to tell you what we think, what we like, what we don’t like, and analyze the device inside out. Joining us from the event itself will be our own Michael Fisher, while Jaime Rivera, Taylor Martin, and myself, will be in our respective offices, dissecting all the M8 info that will be unleashed upon the world by Peter Chou.

Join us today, 12:30PM EDT; our format will be the usual: a public, but closed hangout (meaning you can’t join, but you can watch us live). You can also leave us your impressions in the comments below, once everything becomes official.

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