Feb 28 AT 12:06 PM Alex Wagner 19 Comments

All New HTC One shows off AT&T tattoo in latest image leak


Still jonesing for some more All New HTC One goodness? Well I’ve got some good news for you, because another image of HTC’s upcoming flagship has leaked out ahead of its expected March 25 debut.

Prolific leakster @evleaks has posted a new image of the All New HTC One that not only gives us a peek at the device with AT&T branding. There’s an AT&T globe tattoo on its lower backside, just like the original One, and we can also see that AT&T has slapped its name and 4G LTE logo in the All New One’s status bar. Outside of the color and AT&T logos, this version of the All New One looks pretty similar to the gray and gold models that’ve leaked in recent weeks.

If the rumor mill is to be believed, HTC’s next flagship smartphone will sport a 5-inch 1080p display, up from the 4.7 incher found on the original model. The All New One is also expected to include a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, a pair of rear cameras and a set of on-screen navigation buttons. Sounds like a pretty spiffy upgrade over the original One to me. Now we just have to wait until March 25 for HTC’s official unveiling. Good thing that we’ve got plenty of leaked images to keep us busy until then.

Source: @evleaks

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  • sandwich

    I hope they include a hardware camera shutter button… I never understood why those seem to have gone the way of the dodo.

    • Nate B.

      It doesn’t look like from the press images.

    • JQuest81

      Tell me about it. It’s truly an under appreciated feature! It’s hard for me to use my HTC One as my daily driver. I end up using the S4,for the fact that I can either use my voice or set the volume key as a shutter.

    • htchinkie

      htc is bankrupt dont buy this crap

  • Nate B.

    If they do another exclusive over a single color or device even, then they have failed for a solid early launch again.

    • jerrbomb

      Yup.. Exclusives are over rated and hurtful to the consumer.. It only benefits the one getting the exclusiveness as of to say that if you want this device you have to come to us.. Or if you want it in this color or whatever.. You know.. Stuff like that is pathetically stupid.. Wtf your for the consumer than be fore the consumer.. Because it’ll benefit the very thing you want.. Which is the money in our pockets and our loyalty to you as a consumer caring company.. And that goes for all carriers.. So I’m not just outting one company in particular.. I hope HTC can woe us again and come back to its senses (no pun intended) because I truly do miss HTC.. The real HTC.. That cared about the quality of its product and the loyalty of its costumers.. They did a wonderful job showing G that they wanted to get back to that last year.. Now they need to stay the course and go full throttle in the direction they are heading.. By listening to its consumer base.. And not trying to out pace another company.. If the consumers are happy.. Then you will succeed.. Of they aren’t then unless you have the power that companies like Samsung have.. You are on a course to fail.. I’m excited for HTC’s new flagship..


      • jerrbomb

        Sorry for the typos.. Lol.. This site needs comment editing..

        • BlazeHN

          Been there…

  • Jonathan Cohen

    I hope the ATT is fully compatible with all the Tmobile and international bands.

  • Dan

    Power button has also moved from the top left to top right

  • MyMilan

    When I bought my first HTC product last year (HTC One) they, as a company, were new to me. I didn’t know what to expect. Since then they have become my favorite cell phone company because everything they have done this past year has be great. Their build quality, updates, customer service, have all been incredible. Without a doubt this has been the best phone I’ve ever owned. I only wish the screen on my One was a “little” bit bigger, so I’ll probably get a new “One”. I am happy with every aspect of my HTC One, and look forward to getting the One that comes out in a few weeks. No other company (nokia, samsung, lg, etc) has cared about me as a customer after the sale was completed. However HTC has given me excellent support every day since I bought this phone, and I will return the favor and support them as a company as long as they continue to do so.

  • Antonio

    I’m sorry HTC

    No SD Card = No Buy

    • Fergie

      M8 does have sd card

      • Antonio

        Then they may just have me then because I’m not really feeling this game

  • BigCiX

    I’m guessing if there is a Google play edition It’ll be between $500-$600. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.

  • imrul

    memori card very need.

  • imrul islam

    memori card very need.no memori card no more seal.

  • donger

    More colors please.

  • game

    looks like every other htc phone