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All New HTC One 2 trailer teases updated UltraPixel camera

HTC has released the latest All New HTC One technical trailer teasing an updated UltraPixel rear camera.

In the newest of its bizarre HTC One M8 teaser trailers, HTC suggests its 2014 flagship will feature an updated UltraPixel camera when it launches later this month.

The trailer begins by highlighting the UltraPixel camera technology included in the original HTC One, including the claim that it can capture “300 per cent more light than other high-end smartphones.”

“UltraPixels mean that it even looks great in lowlight,” explains the ‘plain-speaking guy’.

This is probably the most cryptic of the official All New HTC One teasers released so far, providing not even a snippet of information on the camera capabilities of the upcoming phone.

However, the wealth of leaks surrounding the phone have already pretty much told us all we need to know about the rear camera of the All New HTC One.

It is heavily predicted to feature a dual-sensor UltraPixel camera, with the lower sensor offering the same 4-megapixel UltraPixel resolution camera as its predecessor.

This will be coupled with a secondary 2-megapixel UltraPixel sensor above it, allowing HTC to introduce the ability to customise the background on your shots.

HTC is also expected to introduce a dual LED flash with the All New HTC One, which would function in a similar way to the TrueTone flash on the iPhone 5S.

This means the HTC One 2 will have both a white and amber LED flash that work in tandem to produce more natural-looking photographs.

Although there have been plenty of rumours surrounding the HTC One 2’s dual sensor camera, HTC itself also released a camera-centric teaser picture earlier this month.

“On March 25th, life will become twice as beautiful,” teased the Twitter caption for the image.

The All New HTC One will launch at a special event on March 25 in London.

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