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Verizon New HTC One March 25th launch tipped to be an exclusive

Verizon New HTC One March 25th launch tipped to be an exclusive

Just two days to go before HTC shows the world its hand with its All New HTC One flagship. But unless you're a Verizon subscriber or willing to sign up for to their network, you will have to wait in line like everyone else since Verizon will be the only one to sell the device starting on that very day.

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New HTC One appears in detail in China

New HTC One appears in detail in China

It’s less than a week now before we head to New York to see the new HTC One for 2014. Tuesday morning the HTC One for 2014 will be revealed and by nightfall you’ll potentially have it in your hands. This is because HTC has somehow or another planned to have the device delivered to retailers around the world the same day as it’s revealed - and it may be that China is no exception.

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Verizon New HTC One release detailed for Tuesday

Verizon New HTC One release detailed for Tuesday

It would appear that Verizon may be breaking with tradition on the release of the new HTC One this year. Just as some international brands have revealed, this carrier will be bringing the New HTC One to stores on the 25th of March - the same day the device will be revealed.

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HTC One 2014 available on March 25th “minutes” after announcement

HTC One 2014 available on March 25th “minutes” after announcement

Letting no time pass between announcing the "all new" HTC One for 2014 and letting users purchase the handset is a new move by the manufacturer - one that’ll certainly put some pressure on publications (like SlashGear) to get as much information on the device as possible out as quick as possible. While otherwise we’d have days or even weeks to speak about the devices before they’re released, groups like Carphone Warehouse are suggesting that they’ll be receiving shipments of the 2014 HTC One immediately after the special events taking place on the 25th of March in London and New York. We’ll be in New York for said event, of course - so stick around.

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New HTC One details leak in Nordic e-stores: black, silver, gold

New HTC One details leak in Nordic e-stores: black, silver, gold

This week we’re ramping up towards the launch of the New HTC One (aka the M8, successor to the original HTC One from 2013), set to be revealed on the 25th of March. This unveiling has been long anticipated - and at such a level, it would seem, that several Nordic stores have already begun to list the device for sale. At each of these stores we can glean a bit of information on the device’s details in several different iterations, one black, one silver, and one "golden."

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New HTC One escapes onto eBay in Verizon form

New HTC One escapes onto eBay in Verizon form

With so many details about the new HTC One already known, all that's really left for HTC to do is start selling the new smartphone, but even there the company has been beaten to it. A 2014 HTC One (aka "HTC M8") has already sold in Verizon form on eBay, confirming the much-rumored specifications along the way.

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New HTC One Ultrapixel camera teased to be more awesome in the dark

New HTC One Ultrapixel camera teased to be more awesome in the dark

HTC seems to be getting the hang of creating these teaser videos for its All New HTC One. This time, the video heads off into a topic that is near and dear to mobile photographers, that of pixels and light.

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New HTC One teaser focuses on metal M8 unibody

New HTC One teaser focuses on metal M8 unibody

HTC just can't stop teasing the new HTC One (aka "HTC M8"), following up last week's BoomSound tidbits with a new video in which the phone's unibody design gets a mention. The design and construction of the original HTC One was one of the smartphone's biggest advantages, HTC milling the chassis from a single block of aluminum and then injecting thin seams of plastic for the radios to operate.

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HTC One M8 passes through FCC for Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T

HTC One M8 passes through FCC for Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T

This week the FCC has a number of HTC-registered listed OET, including several that are more than likely attributable to the new HTC One. This device has been seen with registration numbers and radios that make perfect sense lining up with an international model, one for AT&T, one for Verizon Wireless, a T-Mobile USA model, and one for Sprint. Each version of the new HTC One has 4G LTE connectivity.

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HTC M8 and Sense 6 leaked video shows the all new look

HTC M8 and Sense 6 leaked video shows the all new look

A new and rather lengthy video of HTC's ill-named All New One has just gone out to give a glimpse of the upcoming flagship. Depending on users' tastes, this device might be a considerable upgrade from the HTC One or a rather simple incremental improvement.

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The new HTC One specs tipped for Butterfly S next-gen

The new HTC One specs tipped for Butterfly S next-gen

Now that we’re just weeks away from the launch of the all new HTC One, it’s become apparent that HTC might continue their spread of the goodness to other high-end devices. One of those may very well be another HTC Butterfly S - also known as the DROID DNA here in the USA. Tips this week suggest that the machine code-named HTC M8 (successor to the HTC One) could have specifications that move outward to more than just the HTC Desire 816.

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The new HTC One is how the ‘M8’ will launch

The new HTC One is how the ‘M8’ will launch

HTC may not be showing us its new flagship Android smartphone until March 25th, but it has seemingly confirmed the name of the handset codenamed "HTC M8", with a video billing it as the "new HTC One". The name, which fits in with indications back at the original HTC One launch in 2013 that the nomenclature would be for an ongoing family of devices - rather than, say, "HTC One 2" or "HTC Two" as some had speculated - follows similar strategies by Apple around earlier iPad launches.

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