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Latest HTC One M8 teaser trailer focuses on HTC Zoe

The latest HTC One M8 teaser trailer is focused on the HTC Zoe software offered with the upcoming flagship.

HTC Zoe is the company’s photography software introduced with the original HTC One and its 4-megapixel UltraPixel camera.

In the same vein as HTC’s previous HTC One M8 teaser trailers, the latest attempts to outline the difference between Zoe software included with the different generation smartphones.

“Super organised, efficient, instant storytelling. It’s all your photos and movies automatically cut into highlights that you can share with your friends”, explains the trailer when talking about the first HTC One Zoe software.

Of course, like all the others, the HTC One M8 is blurred out and all reference to the upcoming flagships replaced by jovial piano music and the scientist’s lips pixelated.

The HTC One M8 is due to be unveiled next week on March 25. It is heavily expected to feature a dual-sensor rear camera that would allow users to play with the focus and background of their shots.

A leaked advertisement revealed some of the HTC One M8’s camera details earlier this month, with the details suggesting you can “professionally edit memories after you’ve taken the shot.”

“Choose where to focus, highlight what you love, soften backgrounds and add 3D effects.”

UK network provider, Three, also confirmed that HTC’s upcoming flagship would be called the HTC One M8 earlier this month.

It listed the handset on its “coming soon” pages, despite no official name yet revealed by HTC itself.

“The most awarded smartphone of 2013, the HTC One, just got better. HTC will announce their all new HTC One (M8) on the 25th March 2014. Save the date and come back to us to find out when you can get your hands on one”, read the Three website.

TrustedReviews will be at the HTC One M8 launch on March 25 to bring you all the news.

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