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Apparently when it rains All New HTC One leaks, it pours. Following yesterday's leaked image and final product name, a new render of the follow-up to 2013's HTC One has made its way online, giving us a peek at the upcoming Android smartphone from multiple angles.
The latest leaked image of the All New HTC One shows the gold version of the device, which is one of the three colors that it's expected to be available in. This All New One looks similar to the units we've seen in previous leaks, complete with rounded corners, on-screen navigation buttons and two rear cameras.
HTC is expected to officially unveil its All New One on March 25. According to the rumor mill, the device will feature a 5-inch 1080p display and Snapdragon 800 processor, both of which are updates compared to the original One's 4.7-inch screen and Snapdragon 600 chip. We've also been told to expect the new device to pack 2GB of RAM, Android 4.4 and version 6.0 of HTC's Sense custom user interface.
So far the All New HTC One is shaping up to be a respectable update to 2013's HTC One. While its name may make some folks cringe, the phone itself will reportedly feature some nice upgrades over the original One that'll help it to stay competitive with the other 2014 flagship smartphones. What will be interesting is seeing what the All New One's camera performance is like with those two rear shooters. Good thing that we've only got about another month to wait before this thing is finally given an official introduction.