Twenty seconds of heaven: clips showing the HTC One are spliced together

Twenty seconds of heaven: clips showing the HTC One are spliced together
In less than a week, HTC will be introducing the HTC One and the world will have a new industry leader in pixel density. At 468ppi, the device will top the plethora of 5 inch FHD models sporting a 441ppi pixel density. Over the last few weeks, we've seen very little of the actual device, outside of HTC CEO Peter Chou holding it aloft at the manufacturer's year-end party.Before that, we did see two different designs although the first one called the HTC M7 turned out not to be the M7, but it was later said to be the HTC One, at least for now.  Confused? Who isn't.

HTC's official web site has had some quick clips of video said to show the HTC One. A YouTube account holder by the name of gaurav2328 spliced all of the clips together and they added up to a whopping (drum roll please) twenty seconds. We've seen the camera app on a Motorola DROID take longer to open.

It really is hard to judge which of the two leaked designs the HTC One really encompasses. We should know for sure next Tuesday. And by the way, would you be happy to see that all-white version as the final design?

source: YouTube via GSMArena

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