The HTC 1’s unveiling is not for another day, but pretty much everything is already out in the open.

FullGSM got its hands on the specs (below), and IT portal got a look at the hardware. Notables include a 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor under the hood, and it seems to have as good an 8-megapixel-backlit camera as money can buy on a smartphone. The 4.7-inch 720P display is not going to sit well with those concerned about the growth of Android phone size. This thing also features a Google Wallet compatible NFC chip, but it conspicuously lacks LTE.

In addition, it is relatively light for a HTC phone. It comes in at 130 grams and a modest 9.3-mm thickness.

The full specs are below:

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