The All New HTC One codenamed M8 has leaked in its full form this time around through an amateur video that showcases its features in the form of an review. Everything from its dual camera setup, its modified interface and more can be had a glance at through this 12-minute clip. Moreover, two press renders of the device have leaked as well, indicating that it will be coming in the US via Verizon and AT&T at least.
The video had been leaked by a YouTube user, and faced a quick takedown, but mirrors have now started to crop up all over the Internet. The one in the space below was brought to our notice by Android Police, and comes from a YouTube channel named GadgetGuruHD.
What’s interesting is that the device that’s being showcased in the clip features a big ID sticker which means it’s a dev unit. And that explains the ton of bugs which the reviewer is facing on its software. Dive into the video right now to notice the changes on the All New HTC One which come in the form of on-screen buttons, dual rear cameras and more.
Additional news comes via @EvLeaks, the phone’s prime leakster. The Twitter account has posted images of the device in Verizon and AT&T brandings. T-Mobile and Sprint versions among others are still to be seen. We’ll have more on the All New HTC One when additional details about it are out. For those unaware, the handset will be unveiled on March 25.