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HTC One 2 leaked in black and silver to complement previously leaked gold version

The HTC One M8 has now leaked in black, complementing the gold model leaked yesterday.

It seems the HTC One 2, or “The All New One”, will launch in a variety of colours when it is officially unveiled on March 25.

Notorious tech tipster @evleaks earlier leaked a press render of the HTC One 2 in gold, but has now been spotted in silver and black.

The original HTC One only launched in black and silver, with red, blue and gold arriving later as special editions.

It seems HTC will opt to launch the second-generation flagship with three colour options of black, gold and silver, with the latter being a little darker than the existing HTC One silver model.

HTC has confirmed the HTC One 2 launch event will be held in London on March 25, rather than at the Barcelona-based MWC 2014 tech conference next week.

According to the rumours, the HTC One 2 will arrive with a 5-inch full 1080p HD display running on a 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM.

The actual design seems fairly unchanged, apart from some minor cosmetic changes.

As with previously leaked pictures, all three of the HTC One 2 renders features a dual-sensor rear UltraPixel camera. This should improve depth of field, image quality and focusing abilities over the existing HTC One.

The HTC One 2 will also remove all the soft touch navigational buttons in favour of on-screen alternatives, helped by Android 4.4 KitKat.

Read more: HTC One 2 vs HTC One – What to expect

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