Rumors of HTC’s upcoming flagship have been around for a while now, especially now that Samsung’s Galaxy S5 has been announced. HTC has an event scheduled for March 25th, but that hasn’t stopped numerous pictures of the device from being leaked, including a clear press shot of the device in gold. Now, a kid from Schaumburg, IL has posted an exhaustive 12-minute hands-on video with the device, nearly three weeks ahead of the phone’s official unveil.

The video doesn’t show a lot that we didn’t already know. We do get to see the latest version of HTC Sense in great detail. The kid calls it Sense 6.6, which doesn’t seem very logical, as it is expected to be Sense 6.0. The video also shows the welcomed addition of a microSD card. Most notably, there are now two rear cameras, as expected, while the power button has been moved to the top right and the headphone jack to the bottom. The camera interface has also been greatly simplified with a focus on speed. There are six shooting modes, as well, including: Camera, Video, Selfie, Zoe, 360 Panorama, and Dual Capture.

HTC is set to officially unveil the device on March 25th, but in the meantime, checkout the video up above and let us know if you notice anything neat. Full gallery of images below:

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4 Responses to ““All New HTC One” detailed in 12-minute hands-on video ahead of official announcement”

  1. still works after 10 minutes. good job! they are getting better!

  2. That kid sucks so bad its insulting he gets the phone before everyone else

  3. Two cameras to me is somewhat silly lol. If people want a great camera, just go buy a point and shoot. However, this phone looks amazing. It really does, and sounds incredible.

  4. This is a TERRIBLE review and HTC needs to never send him a developer’s edition phone again. It is a good thing I love my current HTC One and I am already going to get the all new HTC One!!!!