According to the sell sheet, the All New HTC One will feature a 5 inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. A 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor is under the hood with 16GB of native storage available. Of this amount, 10GB will be available to the phone's user for storage, although a microSD slot will be on board in case more memory is required.
The Ultrapixel rear cameras includes a 1/3.0-inch sensor with a f/2.0 aperture, 2µm pixel size and 1080p video capture. A 5MP snapper adorns the front of the phone while the 2600mAh battery keeps the lights on. A nano SIM card is employed on the handset. The dimensions of the phone are 146.36mm x 70.6mm x 9.35mm and the whole shebang weighs in at 160 grams.
HTC has apparently listened to some of the feedback from those using the HTC One, including making sure that a microSD slot was available. The manufacturer also bumped up the CPU on the new model, going from the Snapdragon 600 to the Snapdragon 801. But some will wonder whether the 2600mAh cell will be enough juice to give The New HTC One all-day power. Battery capacity used to be an issue with HTC's older flagship lines except for the well endowed 3300mAh cell on the HTC One max.
The All New HTC One is expected to be unveiled on March 25th.