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HTC One 2 passes through FCC with familiar specs

The HTC One M8 or the All New HTC One has just passed through the FCC with a familiar set of specs.

Following a wealth of leaks surrounding HTC’s upcoming flagship, the device has been spotted passing through the FFC ahead of its March 25 unveiling.

The mandatory FFC approval process comes with a sketched outlined design of the HTC One 2 that matches previously leaked press renders of the phone with its soft curve corners.

There’s nothing surprising about the FFC listing, with the phone said to feature a 5-inch full 1080p HD display running on a 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM.

It will also arrive with a dual-sensor Ultrapixel rear camera offering around a 5-megapixel Ultrapixel resolution.

This is expected to help depth of field, image quality and focusing abilities over the existing HTC One’s rear camera.

The FCC filing also confirms that it will have multiple band 4G LTE compatibility along with Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.

The All New HTC One was originally expected to launch at MWC 2014, but HTC has now released invites for a special launch event on March 25 in London.

Judging from previous leaks, the HTC One 2 will be available in three colours – black, silver and gold – from launch, rather than the original duo of colour option for the HTC One.

The 2014 flagship is also expected to ditch the soft touch navigational buttons in favour of on-screen alternatives thanks to Android 4.4 KitKat.

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

Via: Engadget

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