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HTC One Successor to be Called “The All New One” According to Evleaks

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According to leak maestro @evleaks, the successor to the HTC One is to be referred to as The All New One. Going by its codename M8 for the past few months, we can’t help but be a little disappointed in this new “name.” 

There were probably a ton of ideas being thrown around at HTC corporate, like One+ or One Up (shoutout to our own Ron Offringa), but The All New One apparently stuck.

Evan also tweets that the device will come three colors – Silver, Grey, and Gold.

Let’s hear your initial reaction to The All New One down below.

Note: The picture above is an unofficial photo of the M8, although most signs point to it being fake.

Via: @evleaks
  • Justin Brennan

    The small bezels would really look nice and go well with the big screen and on screen buttons. Just look at the LG G2 or the LG G Pro 2. Both of those feel really nice to use thanks to the tiny bezels.

  • BOB Dudek

    HTC YAWN

  • Noel

    Sorry Htc but.the render on this post will make a better M8 than the other one circulating around recently and alerged to be the real deal. Avert the catastrophy now before it is too late. Those HUGE BEZELS on the other render are a sales killer and will drag this nice device down as well as Htc. At this late stage the quickest solution is to get rid of that black band with the logo and put in a 5.2″ panel. Option two is to shrink the device by getting rid of the black logo band…that’s more difficult now cuz it requires a total new frame and internal redesign. Option three is to have two M8′s like Sammy is planning to do…use a smaller design of the Desire 8 with a 5.2″ 1080p HD screen or a QHD screen.

  • Luis

    They should’ve named it the One^2

  • Snowbo13

    I like this concept drawing way more then the actual leaked photos. Make this phone here htc!

  • Raven65

    Really stupid, shortsighted name.

  • chudilo

    What exactly is wrong with HTC Two?

  • Scott

    They need a shorter name for the Next One…

  • Tony Byatt

    I like that they are keeping it simple…

    HTC One (2014)…

  • NomNom

    As it should be…