HTC is planning on launching it's next-gen flagship smartphone on March 25th at simultaneous events in New York City and London, and today we have our first reliable glimpse of the new HTC One 2014 Edition. The phone has just been outed in an official PR rendering courtesy of @evleaks, the largest and most reliable mobile device leakster on the internet.
The press rendering shows off a very familiar looking device with a gold anodized alloy frame, and what appears to be conformation of the rumored dual rear camera setup. Accompanying dual LED flashes are present as well, with one featuring the familiar yellow tint, while the second appears to have a more orange hue to it. The Gold colored phone features black plastic inserts much like the original black HTC One that allow cellular, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi antennas to receive a signal while in an alloy frame. Additionally, we can see that BlinkFeed 6 is on board, and from the looks of the notification bar, Android 4.4 is installed from the factory.