All New HTC One with AT&T branding appears in leaked image [UPDATED]Alex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
The all new HTC One, for AT&T. pic.twitter.com/hDgqEYc693— @evleaks (@evleaks) February 28, 2014
The first time we saw the All New HTC One in a leaked render, it was hiding much of its body in a protective case. The second and third times, though, the unannounced handset shed its shell to expose its gray and golden duds. Today we're getting another peek at HTC's upcoming flagship smartphone, and this particular model appears to have gone ahead and gotten itself a tattoo.
A new image posted by @evleaks claims to show an AT&T version of the All New HTC One, complete with AT&T branding in the status bar and its lower backside, just like the original One. As with the previously-leaked All New One models, this silver version sports rounded corners, dual rear cameras and HTC Sense 6 with on-screen navigation buttons.
The original HTC One was made available on all four major U.S. carriers, and AT&T even had an exclusive on the Stealth Black version of the device, and so it's no surprise to learn that the All New HTC One will be available on Big Blue's network as well. Still, I'm not one to turn down a peek at an upcoming flagship phone.
HTC is holding an event on March 25 at which it's expected that the company will officially unveil its successor to 2013's One. There's not much about the device that's been officially confirmed yet, but HTC did recently start to build hype for its new phone with a BoomSound-focused video teaser. Expect to see more teasers like that in the coming weeks.
UPDATE: The All New HTC One leaks just keep on flowing. Hot on the heels of this leaked image of an AT&T model, @evleaks has shared a render of a Verizon-branded All New HTC One in dark gray. The back of the unit features the same Verizon 4G LTE branding that we've seen on other Big Red devices, and we can also see Verizon's 4G LTE logo in the New One's status bar.
The all new HTC One, for Verizon. pic.twitter.com/Z4mroRfALX— @evleaks (@evleaks) March 1, 2014