As you can see above, there is certainly a dual LED flash next to the main camera sensor. Unfortunately, there's still no word on the two sensors' Megapixel count, and (for now) we can't know if this camera arrangement will enable us to take great photos. The 4MP UltraPixel snapper of the 2013 HTC One was a letdown for pretty much everyone, so we’re hoping that this year’s One flagship won’t disappoint again.
Expected to be called the All New HTC One, the upcoming handset will face some tough competition. For example, Samsung has its Galaxy S5, Sony introduced the Xperia Z2, and LG already started selling its G Pro 2 (which definitely has a great rear camera, as you can see in our review).
HTC will announce the new One smartphone on March 25. The handset is expected to be widely available around the world, and it should be sold by all major carriers in the US. What do you think, can this new HTC One take the world by storm? Or will it have the fate of last year's model (which, despite being highly praised, was not exactly a commercial success)?