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HTC One leaked in black

A press image of the HTC One in black has leaked onto the internet ahead of the phone’s official launch.

Previously, evleaks had released an image of HTC’s forthcoming flagship Android device in silver. This time the same source has provided a snap of the device in black.

The picture only goes to confirm the HTC One’s distinctly iPhone 5-like design. It also seems to confirm the phone’s new two-button interface.

In the current generation of HTC Android phones, led by the HTC One X, a three button set-up has been employed. Here, though, we see clearly that the menu/multitasking key has been ditched, so only the home and back keys remain.

The new version of the HTC Sense UI – Sense 5.0 – that will debut with the HTC One will evidently cover for this button loss through the main Android interface.

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HTC One Specs
It’s widely held that the HTC One will feature a 4.7-inch 1080p Full HD display, a 1.7GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

If the rumours are to be believed, it’ll also feature a cutting-edge new camera with a triple-layer image sensor. This will capture what’s apparently being referred to as ‘Ultrapixels‘ for a much sharper picture than we’re used to seeing from a smartphone.

We’ll have all of this confirmed and more on February 19 when HTC holds its big launch event in London.

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Via: Unwired View

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