HTC One revealed on Video ahead of announcement – Windows Live Tile interface + Rear camera with “layered megapixel sensors”?

Sense 5 to have Windows Live tile interface and real camera with layered megapixel sensors?

With hours to go till the HTC announcement, the (not yet confirmed) new HTC One handset has surfaced on a YouTube video.






Thanks to Hamza Karim, who spotted the video on the MiniPCPro channel (which has now been removed.

HTC One High Resolution Press Render (Image Credit: NoWhereElse.Fr

HTC One High Resolution Press Render (Image Credit: NoWhereElse.Fr

Hamza managed to capture some screenshots from the video which he exclusively provided to TeckComesFirst and these are below:

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What’s interesting from the above images, is the fifth one which suggests that Sense 5 (the new version of HTC’s User Interface) functions similarly to that of Windows Phone live tiles. Hamza told us that on video it was shown that you can scroll through these tiles, very similar to that of Windows Phone.

Hamza also told us that there is a 2 MP front facing camera, the rear camera has “megapixel sensors layered on top of each other” and that the processor is a Snapdragon S4 Quad core one. He concluded that the device is mostly aluminium with some plastic and all this in a package just 9 mm thick.

Unfortunately, TeckComesFirst won’t be at the event later today but feel free to check back with us in a few days for a roundup post. In the meantime, check Engadget’s live blog of the event

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Written by Purav, PDTechHD (My personal account is PDTalkinTech)

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I’m a 23 year old Maths Graduate, who has a great passion for technology and in my spare time I make videos on YouTube to show my passion. I'm also co-admin here at TeckComesFirst and I joined this site back in January 2012.
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