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One More Leak: Here is HTC’s Full List of One (M8) Features That are About to be Announced

In under 20 minutes, HTC will tell you everything you are about to read on this two cards. Yes, this is one final “All New HTC One” leak before things get official.

The feature sheets include everything from the leaks, so none of it is necessarily new. We are seeing mentions of BoomSound, new BlinkFeed, Duo Camera with UFocus and Zoe, Motion Launch (off-screen gestures), Sense 6, and the new Dot View Cases. Each item has a description and way to “try it out” listed, so if you had any questions as to how these things will work, now you know.

The bottom of the sheet below also lists out the official specs.

Yep, there you go. 

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  • Blue Sun

    I hope these photos weren’t taken with The New One…

  • I read the newest articles first so this seems irrelevant lol

  • The Narrator

    I see dead people…
    oh wait, wrong Sixth Sense.

    • makayli verran

      My Uncle Harrison recently got Infiniti Q50 Sedan from only
      workin part time on a home computer… go to this website

  • GotSka81

    I want to believe you HTC, but I just can’t anymore. Burn me once, shame on you. Twice? Shame on me. The “HTC Advantage” page states that they are “Committed” to “keep your HTC One, HTC One mini or HTC One max up to date with the major Android updates for 2 years from the launch date of your HTC device”…which means bugger all when they don’t follow through. What good are promises at this point?

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      How did they not follow through? Thy’ve given you release date time frames on all those devices.

      • GotSka81

        As a former owner of the Thunderbolt, I’m left with a terrible taste in my mouth. Perhaps I’m being too negative, but my point is that there are no repercussions if HTC doesn’t follow through on their promise. Say I buy an HTC One M8, and they just renege on their promise…what then? I can write nasty emails and be mad all I want, but ultimately it just means they’ve tricked me into purchasing another improperly supported device.

        Don’t get me wrong, if they keep their promise I’m thrilled…but at this point I see no reason to take their word for it.

        • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

          Read that first line and I understand exactly how you feel. But with the new HTC America boss they’ve been pretty open about time frames and they’ve really been sticking to the 90 day update promise. One of the few OEMS that’s open about that. They keep pushing that “Updates for 2 years” promise, even up to yesterday they said it again. Give them a shot again if you really like the device.

          • GotSka81

            I think the only other thing that’s holding me back is the camera…I’ve always been a champion for the “megapixels don’t mean much” contingent, but 4MP seems a bit slim. I have to believe that they wouldn’t use the same camera specs without making some improvements with software, but I’m going to have to wait for the review. Also, as a former Galaxy Nexus owner…BATTERY. Lol.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    HTC Live Stream Fail. Guess I’ll just read these…

  • Is the (M8) really going to be a part of the branding like that? That seems… odd.

  • Ryan Callihan

    Didn’t HTC say they were gonna tighten up on security like a year ago? Good lord.

  • htowngtr

    So will they have a fully unlocked, all bands version like iPhone?

  • Daniel Walsh

    Can’t wait for Sense 6.0

  • Chris Schmucker

    So what exactly does the second back camera help with?

    • Brandon Jiang


    • Paradisimo

      Marketing 🙂

    • EC8CH

      Yo Dawg memes

    • PoisonApple31

      It helps the phone stand out against other phones with only one back camera.