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Second All New HTC One teaser trailer released

The second All New HTC One teaser trailer from HTC has been released ahead of the phone’s official launch.

Prior to the official March 25 launch event, HTC is building the hype for its HTC One successor with a series of jovial “Technical Translation” videos focusing on its various features.

The latest All New HTC One teaser is aimed at describing the all-metal body of the HTC One and how it will be improved with the next flagship.

From the looks of all the previous leaks, the All New HTC One will retain the aluminium body of its predecessor, with some tweaks.

The HTC One is made from aircraft grade aluminium alloy containing magnesium and other elements to give it strength and durability. Machines are then used to create holes and cavities for the components.

Of course, there are still no official details apart from that “the All New HTC One is even sleeker”, according to HTC’s engineer.

The All New HTC One is still pixelated in the latest teaser trailer too, and any other info we might have gleaned from the video is muted by the sound of metal riffs and the comedy duo’s mouths are blurred to stop lip-reading too.

The previous teaser trailer was focused on the dual front-facing HTC BoomSound speakers, which will be retained in the codename HTC M8 smartphone, but again with some improvements and modifications.

The HTC One 2 will be launched at a special event on March 25 in London. It is strongly expected to feature a 5-inch full 1080p HD display running on a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM.

It will also feature 4G LTE connectivity, a dual-sensor rear camera for improved depth of field and other camera functionality, as well as run Android 4.4 KitKat from launch.

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