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  (Source: GSM Arena)
Ad tips off contract price in Australia at AUD 840

HTC is just weeks away from officially unveiling its next generation “One” smartphone, but that isn’t stopping a wealth of information on the device from making its way to the internet.
 
The last leak about the new HTC One came this week when some images of the device turned up on Chinese social network Weibo. The image shows the new One from all sides and showed the size of the smartphone compared to the HTC One Max phablet.
 
Today another leak has surfaced -- via an ad from Telestra, an Australian wireless carrier -- offering details on the dual cameras of the new HTC One. According to the ad, the dual cameras will of course allow for 3D photography.
 
However, the coolest thing about the dual cameras for most people will be the fact that they allow you to take photos and change the focus point after shooting the image. The dual cams will also allow users to create bokeh effects.
 
Other details of the phone tipped by the leaked ad include a 5-inch full HD resolution screen and BoomSound speakers up the front. The smartphone is tipped to sell for AUD 840 with no contract. That would equate to about $760 in the U.S., but with the notoriously high markups on technology products in Australia, the off-contract price in the U.S. is likely to be cheaper.

Source: GSMArena



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RE: At last something new
By Da W on 3/11/2014 11:56:58 AM , Rating: 4
Unjustly beaten to death by Samsung. They deserve to sell more.


RE: At last something new
By Solandri on 3/11/2014 12:28:30 PM , Rating: 1
Samsung? It was Apple which got the original HTC One banned from import into the U.S. via a patent lawsuit right around the time HTC most needed the revenue.


RE: At last something new
By A11 on 3/11/2014 5:37:42 PM , Rating: 2
and bad mouthed by paid Samsung agitators.

There are no friends in that business.


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