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UPDATE: HTC One 2 to be presented on March 25th

Right behind the heels of the HTC Advantage announcement comes some new news on the HTC One 2 or HTC M8. From the looks of it, the latest flagship phone from HTC will be making an appearance on March 25th, 2014. This has been confirmed from press invites being sent out via HTC.

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A rendering of the HTC One 2/M8 based on a numerous amount of leaks over the last little while. / © hamdir, XDA-Developers

The HTC M8 or One 2 has been swirling around the rumor mill for the last few weeks, with leaks of screenshots of the device, information on a new HTC interface coming with the new smartphone, to whether or not the One 2/M8 will be sporting physical buttons.

Now, there is a specific date for which we assume the smartphone will finally make an appearance: March 25th, 2014. As engadget is reporting, HTC will be holding an event in both New York and London. While there was no mention of anything having to do with the reveal of their newest flagship, the magnitude of holding simultaneous events points towards an announcement of something big.

[UPDATE: 02.19.2014]

Leak specialist @evleaks has now posted some official press photos of HTC's newest phone and has gone out on a limb and said that the HTC One 2 will actually be called the "All New HTC One".

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The "All New HTC One" in gold. / © Twitter @evleaks

Source: Engadget


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  • The HTC One was a great device that succumbed to it's limitations. Marketing may have had some effect but I'm willing to bet when customers were putting it side by side with the S4 the screen size and removable storage made the decision for them.
    Reviewers got it wrong. Most were in love with the iPhone and didn't see the detriment of the One's small screen or lack of storage.

  • ljhaye Feb 19, 2014 Link to comment

    It wont matter, no one will buy their phones despite getting great reviews. We've all seen this story before. The real question is, will HTC be around in the next 18 months?