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Given we already seem to know so much about this year’s HTC One successor, you have to wonder what will be left for the struggling Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer to show off at its showcase event on 25 March. Thanks to this lengthy video leak, they might as well box ‘em up and get the phone down to the shops already.
Mobile World Congress is coming to a finish over in Barcelona. Phone makers are closing up their stands, pulling down company banners and sliding fingerprint-smudged handsets back into their packing crates. By all accounts, everything went off without a hitch. If you were following the events, though, there’s a solid chance you were left unimpressed.
HTC One’s BoomSound is pretty great. We already know that. It’s two speakers on the front of your phone with some clever science attached to make sure they sound great at all times. So it makes total sense for us to watch an infomercial about it before being teased that the “All-New HTC One” is on the way, right? Right?
Bloomberg is reporting that HTC will unveil the first of three new pieces of wearable technology to carriers at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. Following rumours last year about a forthcoming smartwatch, “a person with direct knowledge of the plans” claims that HTC will show off a smartwatch prototype based on Qualcomm’s Toq device, but just to carriers.
Mobile World Congress inches closer with each passing day, and this year we’re likely to get sequels to all of your favourite phones of 2013. It has been rumoured for a while now that HTC is working on a snazzy sequel to the One, potentially named the M8. Now there’s been a leak of some photos which look strikingly like a follow-up to the HTC One.