Monday , January 23 2017

All New HTC One appears in 12 minute video review

The All New HTC One will launch later this month, but why wait until then to check out all the features of HTC’s new flagship? YouTube channel GadgetReviews has posted a full 12 minute walkthrough of the HTC M8, showing off the performance, camera(s), software and sound quality of the upcoming phone.

The phone appears to be a pre-production version, with the uploader saying this was recorded on February 19th. The walkthrough shows off Blinkfeed off to the left where Google Now is located on the new Google Now launcher, we also get a good look at HTC Sense, he says Sense 6.6 but that’s probably wrong and most likely Sense 6.0. He also gives you a good look at the camera interface and certainly seems impressed by it.

Check it out and see what you think.

Update :
Well this has taken a really bad turn for the worse, at least for Roshan Jamkatel – the uploader – he’s been told by Jeff Gordon, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC Corp that it’s not going to be a very good week for him. The last update from Jeff Gordon – before he deleted all the tweets – was that they have the IMEI of the phone and are following up with US Cellular to find the owner of the handset. Roshan is maintaining that the phone is ‘Fake’ on his Twitter account but hey, you can’t fake that. Here’s the interchange before it was removed :

Jeff Gordon Roshan Jamkatel
First JR One
Second JR Two
JR Three

The original video has been made private – but this is the internets Yo! so we’ve replaced it with the video we downloaded just in case this happened.

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Source: GadgetReviews YouTube.
Via: DroidLife.

Daniel Tyson   Editor at large

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