New HTC RE Camera pic leaks in advance of today’s event

We’re just hours away from HTC’s “double exposure” event, with the festivities getting underway at 4pm Eastern. We’ve heard plenty of theories about what hardware the manufacturer could be getting ready to introduce, but the one sure bet seems to be the HTC RE Camera. After all, HTC dropped a teaser video revealing that RE Camera name, and some poking around the corresponding RE Camera website revealed some imagery that appeared to be the camera accessory itself, a little snorkle-looking guy. As we get ready to see HTC make the RE Camera official, we’ve got one more last-minute leak to check out, with the image above of some apparent RE Cameras just now surfacing online.

While that earlier discovery showed the RE Camera in white, this new shot reveals a pair of additional color options for the accessory, decked out in black and red. That same front-mounted button we saw before is just as present here, as are a pair holes lower in the RE Camera’s body that hadn’t been visible in those previous shots – perhaps microphones, or even indicator LEDs?

From what we’ve heard, the RE Camera could offer cross-platform iOS and Android compatibility (no mention of Windows Phone, despite HTC’s interest in the platform), and might have a 16MP sensor. Details on connectivity and storage options have yet to be revealed, but we’re hopeful we’ll have some info to share with you this afternoon. Check back with us then to see everything HTC had to reveal today.

Source: Flavio (Twitter)

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