We are eagerly awaiting next week's HTC One
announcement, as the phone will likely have the best pixel
density in its class, and come with some novel for Android phones camera technology that bins pixels together as Ultrapixels
to mimic what Nokia uses for the 808 PureView
Not only that, but we are also expecting a new and streamlined Sense 5.0
interface, along with anything else HTC decides to throw at us. About the only major piece missing from the HTC One puzzle is the pricing scheme.
According to an insider tip, the One will cost the usual $199.99 at T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint for the 16 GB version, while the 32-gigger will set you back $299.99.
Moreover, there's additional info on the chassis - it will allegedly be metal, and come in black and white/silver coloring, with front-facing stereo speakers. The soft-touch plastic stuff we saw before, is apparently a prototype mule, and the final design should resemble the metal glare we saw in the teaser video below.