We know almost everything there is to know about the successor to the HTC One, also called the HTC One. Pretty much all the info we could want has been leaked out, including photos, specs and even walkthroughs of the hardware and software. However, the camera has stayed somewhat mysterious… until now.
Today, a Chinese TENAA listing provided all the specs we already know, but threw in some camera specs for good measure. It lists a 16-megapixel resolution and a 4-megapixel resolution, representing the two cameras on the back of the device. It seems that the 4-megapixel sensor is probably an UltraPixel sensor for low light, while the 16-megapixel sensor will be used for high-quality daytime shots. This will likely be explained by HTC at next week’s launch event, and we hope the company still has something interesting to reveal about the new One’s cameras.
Additionally, several new photos have surfaced that show an all new HTC One dummy unit compared to a bunch of other devices, including the iPhone 5s, Galaxy S4, LG G2 and Xperia Z1. As expected, the HTC One is a damn big phone. Upgrading from the 4.7-inch display of the original One to a 5-inch display while also keeping its giant bezels isn’t doing this device any favors, even if it does look sexy as hell.
If you want to see more photos, check out the gallery below of the large, thick and pretty HTC One. And of course, tell us what you think in the comments!