Cases for the 2014 edition of the HTC One have today appeared online, from the accessory manufacturer Spigen who has already posted listings from the cases on their website, ahead of the smartphones official unveiling.
Despite not officially confirming the smartphone itself, the listings may prove a couple of things for us, the first is the two rear-facing camera which appear to be real as there are cut-outs for them at the back of the case.
Alongside this, the images posted also seem to show a larger display, rumoured to be 5 inches, the new HTC One is said to feature a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution alongside a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 processor by Qualcomm, 16GB or 32GB of in-built storage, 2GB of RAM and expandability for up to 64GB microSD cards.
On the back the HTC One 2014 is said to feature a 5 megapixel BSI camera with a wide-angle lens on the front, alongside dual cameras on the back that is said to feature HTC’s new Ultrapixel software, said to provide the user with better quality images.
As of yet nothing official has been confirmed by HTC themselves, however we should find out more at their press event on the 25th of March.