HTC One (2014) appears on Rogers site, confirms specs and features ahead of official launch


Rogers HTC One 2014

We’re less than a few hours away from HTC finally pulling the curtain off their latest flagship device, the all new HTC One 2014. The subject of countless leaks, if you thought there couldn’t possibly be any more surprises left to be announced, the folks at Canadian carrier, Rogers, are spilling all the beans (whichever are left, anyway).

We’re not sure if someone jumped the gun, but the HTC One 2014 is now officially available for reserve and listed — along with all of its specs and features — on their official site. According to the listing, here’s what you can expect to see from the upcoming HTC One 2014 when it’s officially unveiled tomorrow:

“Created from a zero-gap all-metal unibody, HTC One’s form and curves make it a pleasure to hold and use, while the big screen makes navigating its many features almost second nature. Its also so intuitive, it seems to know what you need almost before you do. Enhanced gesture recognition makes access to your phone faster and easier.”

HTC Duo Camera
Duo Camera uses two cameras so you can choose what parts of the scene you’d like to emphasize, even after your shot has been taken.

Turn all of your favourite moments into movies faster than you can shout ‘Cut’. Zoe automatically edits photos and videos into personalized movies, so you can create your very own memorable Zoe stories.

HTC BoomSound
Dual front stereo speakers for amazing sound quality while listening to music or watching video.

HTC One 2014 specs

As far as hard specs, there really isn’t too much here we didn’t already know/expect. The camera specifically is only listed as coming with an “UltraPixel”, leaving out actually MP. We’ll know everything come tomorrow morning once the all new HTC One 2014 is officially unveiled. Of course, Phandroid will be on hand for the event, bringing you our own hands-on footage. Stay tuned!



Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. So does this eliminate the Verizon 2 weeks exclusive rumor?

    1. rogers is a canadian carrier. the verizon exclusivity has no bearing on if they get it or not within that time period

    2. I thought Rogers was a Canadian carrier. If so, then that has nothing to do with it. Verizon, if exclusive it’ll be between those major US carriers.

  2. It has an SD Micro card. That means I’ll consider it.

  3. Am I reading that right? Micro SD support?

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