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HTC One M7 render leak

The HTC One/HTC M7 has been leaking on a fairly regular basis ever since mid-December, and today that trend continues with another purported image of the unannounced handset. This new shot of the One comes to us from @evleaks and shows a device that is actually fairly reminiscent of the first render that showed up about a month ago, complete with what looks to be speaker grilles on the top and bottom of the phone's face. There's a front-facing camera to the right of the top speaker grille, along with a couple of sensors to the left. 

Interestingly, this new image shows a device with just two capacitive keys for Home and Back, rather than the Home, Back and Recent Apps button trio that we typically see on HTC Android phones. An HTC logo is smack dab in the middle of the Back and Home keys, replacing the aforementioned Recent Apps button. The placement of this HTC logo could be the reason why the Home key is on the far right of the button layout rather than in the middle, which is where we usually see it on other Android products.

This leak also shows what appears to be a home screen for HTC's new Sense 5 overlay. We can see a new, cleaner-looking weather widget that has been shown in a couple of previous One/M7 leaks, along with some new, flatter icons for the Phone, Messaging, Browser and Camera apps.

The HTC One/M7 is rumored to be the Taiwanese firm's new flagship Android smartphone, with reports claiming that it'll feature a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and Android Jelly Bean beneath HTC's Sense 5 skin. It's also been said that HTC could be prepping some new Ultrapixel tech for the One's camera that will feature three 4.3-megapixel sensor layers. Thankfully, it won't be long before all of the leaks and rumors come to an end, as HTC is expected to officially unveil the One at an event on Feb. 19. You can bet that we'll be bringing you all of the details of the One as HTC CEO Peter Chou trots it out on stage (again), so keep it locked to PhoneDog for more.

Via @evleaks


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Nicole Barrera
Nicole Barrera I'm getting the galaxy note 2
Josef Ruiz
Josef Ruiz Possibly.. Talent Trust - Offshore with a difference
Jeff Seaver
Jeff Seaver This year 3 great flagship in Market. HTC M7, Sony Xperia Z & Samsung Galaxy S 4
Leo Mrls
Leo Mrls I love HTC Sense. :)
Michael Kergosien Jr
Michael Kergosien Jr I hate HTC Sense. -_-
Juwon Donte
Juwon Donte Looks like HTC is running out of ideas lol
Kennii PrIv LeGu Kalonji
Kennii PrIv LeGu Kalonji saw the tweet a short while ago, i'm really praying this is the device htc actually releases.. it looks sleek and highly attractive. If this really is the shrouded "M7", then i will be upgrading from my one x to this.. if it's that ugly black model which popped up not too long ago with the super cheap version of a droid dna look... then i will be getting the galaxy s4 I just want to stay with htc because the screens looks so much better than samsung's in my opinion.. also i like the dual speakers design, as much as my device may be a computer i want it to work well as a phone also and louder speakers mean less miss calls and awesome music playback
Dustin T. Robles
Dustin T. Robles And I like the note ii but way to big for me
Dustin T. Robles
Dustin T. Robles Wish my contract ended sooner than a year :( so many phones, I am excited for the galaxy s IV
Scott Ritchey
Scott Ritchey Justin Lee
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson No. It will NOT have an sd card slot or a removable battery just like all the rest of the htc phones for the last year... Makes them useless
Danny Chan
Danny Chan The camera will be the break or make....
Kenneth Li
Kenneth Li excited about what? multi-view? all videos on thumbnails playing at the same time? oops, that' the Note II.
Nathan Parks
Nathan Parks If it doesn't have a massive battery to compensate for the years of crappy battery life that they've provided, i wont look twice at it.
Don Jackson II
Don Jackson II I have the DNA so not
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Nick Guerrero G
Nick Guerrero G After waiting a few months and still waiting for the jelly bean to hit at&t HTC one x, and sitting back watching every other HTC one x get the update. I am no longer a fan of HTC
Abram Wenevermet Dennis
Abram Wenevermet Dennis HTC phones are trash
Tony Abiama
Tony Abiama Not with that 4.7in screen... Should have been bigger
Azareel Resendiz Meza
Azareel Resendiz Meza It needs software to set itself apart. If a camera is the only thing Im buying a phone for, I'd wait for Nokia's next phone.
Miguel Placencia
Miguel Placencia Should have made it at the very least a 5in phone
Anthony Evans Jr
Anthony Evans Jr Nope
Michael Myers
Michael Myers No. I'll still watch the videos on it though.
Jose Be Julme
Jose Be Julme So they take it back to Square one. >=\
Miranda Brito Inacio Mandlate
Miranda Brito Inacio Mandlate it has nothing different from other flagship smartphones around. so no not really excited!
Roger DeOliveira
Roger DeOliveira not really.




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