A few days ago we’ve heard that the HTC M8 might hit the market as The All New HTC One and that it will be officially unveiled March 25th during a press event that will be held simultaneously in London and New York. There’s no doubt that HTC will want to bring their next-gen in the US, but in order to do so the device must be approved by FCC first.
Today, a mysterious HTC device with model number 0P6B120 (we are pretty sure that it’s the HTC One 2014) payed FCC a visit. The FCC listing (which is unavailable for the public at the moment) revealed that the HTC 0P6B120 will be compatible with AT&T’s LTE bands. The FCC filling also shows a sketch of the HTC M8 which checks out with the leaked HTC One 2014 press renders we saw yesterday.
While the folks at Samsung are expected to introduce their next-gen flagship smartphone next week at MWC 2014, the Taiwan-based company will host a dedicated event for the One 2014 launch on March 25.
According to the latest reports in the industry, the HTC One 2014 might arrive with a 5-inch full HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 3 GB of RAM, dual LED flash, dual rear-facing camera, on-screen buttons, aluminium body, Android 4.4 with Sense 6.0. Rumor has it that The All New HTC One will be available in five different colors at launch: silver, gray, gold, red, and blue.