In three weeks, HTC is set to announce its next flagship device. By now, we all know that. And thanks to that leaked video, we all know what to expect. The long-rumored device will feature many of the design influences and hardware from the original HTC One, but with a slightly different shape. But what you guys really wanted to know is: Is it coming to T-Mobile?
SlashGear uncovered set of FCC listings which show the device coming – or at least being compatible with – T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon. If you want to have a dig through the FCC document yourself, here’s the link.
Of all the hardware changes on the “all-new HTC One”, the one provoking the most debate is the second camera on the back. No one’s 100% convinced on what it does. Some speculate that it will enable Lytro light-field camera like properties, in that it will enable the use to change focus points after the shot has been taken. It could also be for image stabilization in video/photos, or it could be a more accurate way of adding depth of field to shots.
What we do know is that there’s not long to find out. HTC’s event is on March 25th and takes place in London and New York.