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.
The image you’re seeing below is of the T-Mobile listing, but they’re all showing the same symbols essentially. It’s only after the device is seen in press photos that we’ll know what markings it has in its final form. Carrier logos, that is.
This device has been tipped to be working with a 5.1-inch (or thereabouts) display with on-screen buttons and an HTC logo up front. This device will have two front-facing speakers similar to those delivered with the first HTC One from 2013, but with more power – somehow or another.
In the next HTC One release we’ll see an additional camera lens on the backside of the handset. While we’re not sure what this additional lens will be for, it’s likely it’ll be aimed at additional camera accuracy and/or speed, somehow or another.
Another possibility – if you want to rack your brain – is that HTC is working with some 3D scanning abilities. Let your Google Project Tango-loving brain go wild.
There’s a special event scheduled for the 25th of March in New York City where SlashGear and HTC will be present. Stick around as we continue to see this device reveal itself, only to have its full self shown at the event in tune.