New HTC One appears on Chinese certification site, reveals 16MP combined cameras, red version

BY Valerie Richardson

Published 19 Mar 2014

All New HTC One - TENAA

The All New HTC One has just made its way to the Chinese device certification database TENAA, carrying information on the hardware accompanied by a few pictures of the handset. The smartphone shown here is the China Mobile variant with support for TD-LTE networks as you can see from the image above.

While the mention of a 5 inch 1080p display and the quad core Snapdragon 801 chipset doesn’t surprise us, the camera resolution certainly looks interesting. According to the website, the dual cameras on the back will carry a combined resolution of 16 megapixels.

On the front however, the smartphone will reportedly borrow the rear ‘Ultrapixel’ camera from the original HTC One to capture better selfies. The handset will also feature 2GB of RAM and 16 or 32GB of internal storage with an expandable microSD card slot. The certification site further reveals the presence of a red variant, in addition to the grey, silver and gold models which have leaked so far.

The new HTC One is rumored to go on sale immediately after its announcement on the 25th of March, at least in the UK. So we expect other parts of the world to receive similar treatment, especially a market like China which has great demand for smartphones of all kind.

[TENAA via DigiTech]