Update: And the video was quickly pulled. Nothing on the Internet disappears, though, so don't worry - we have found a mirror thanks to an anonymous reader of ours, and it's embedded right below.
The short video does not show much we don’t already know, but you can once again see the handset listed as ‘HTC One_M8’ (could HTC call this ‘mate’ as in ‘M8’?), and Android 4.4 KitKat with Sense 6.0 as the user interface.
The one interesting new thing it does reveal, though, is a dedicated Zoe app for the camera. Of course, the new dual camera is the key feature for the new HTC One, and so far we have only gotten a glimpse of it in an earlier leaked video. There, we learned that capturing an image basically happens just as on a regular smartphone, but it is the post-capture editing effects (you should be able to refocus a photograph after capture) that make the camera experience truly unique. Possibly, those camera tricks could happen in this new Zoe camera app.
Apps like HTC Backup and the HTC Apps hub are there, just as they were on the HTC One, and other included apps like Parent Dashboard, Mobile Hotspot and ISIS Mobile Wallet also appear, but those seem to be carrier-specific. All other standard apps like Google’s suite of applications are, naturally, bundled in.
HTC is expected to officially unveil its all new One at simultaneously held events in London and New York on March 25th.